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wish to call your attention to the fact that in the whole 
state of Illinois, the Farmer has no better Banking facili- 
ties than those afforded by the Banks of St. Clair and 
Monroe Counties. 

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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR AND MONROE COUNTIES 



A ROOR FARM 

Nobody wants a poor farm, and nobody needs to keep a poor 
farm. It is up to the owner to have a good one. A poor one can be 
made rich with proper care, and that includes the keeping of more 
live stock. Cattle, hogs and sheep do not quit with making the farm 
rich. Give them a good chance and they will pay off the mortgage. 
A good chance, means good care and wise marketing. You give 
them the care, send them to us and we will do the rest. We have 
studied market conditions for years. It's our business. We have 
time for small bunches as well as car load lots. Let us hear from 
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WE SPECIALIZE IN HIGH GRADE SEEDS 
WE HANDLE EVERYTHING IN THE SEED LINE THAT YOU 

WILL NEED. 

If you have Clover Seed to sell, send us samples, and we will quote you. 



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HUGH MURPHY, Cashier 

CO-PARTNERS : 

JOS. W. RICKERT M. SCHORR 

D. M. HARBY GEO. W. ZIEBOL0 

H. QUERNHEIM 



THE OLDEST BANK 
::IN THE COUNTY;: 

ESTABLISHED IN 1882 

Pursues a straight forward, legitimate banking business. Back 
of the assets of this bank is a board of directors whose names are 
a guarantee of financial stability and conservative methods. This 
means that the interests of depositors are always the first considera- 
tion. Your money here is therefore absolutely saf^ at all times. 
Open an account to-day. 

In the Insurance department your property is protected by 
responsible companies. One of which is the Dubuque Fire & Marine 
Ins. Co., of Dubuque, Iowa, managed by Mr. Fred G. Rapp of 
Columbia, Illinois, who adjusts all losses personally and promptly. 



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IN this directory we have endeavored to give the farmers of 
St. Clair and Monroe counties a complete and reliable 
directory of the farmers, breeders and merchants of the 
two counties, with such other information as will make the 
directory a valuable reference book. 

The task of calling on every farmer in a county and collect- 
ing the information for such a directory is a tremendous one. 
We have received splendid co-operation from the farmers and 
business men of the counties, without which the publication of 
such a directory would be impossible. In a very few cases we 
have found farmers unwilling to give the information requested, 
which accounts for a few names that do not appear. 

A few mistakes are bound to occur in a directory that in- 
volves so large an amount of work, but we have spared no effort 
nor expense to make the information complete and accurate, 
and believe that the mistakes are very few. 

We want to speak a word of appreciation for the advertisers 
whose liberal support has helped materially to bear the heavy 
expense of publishing this directory, and ask that you favor 
them with your patronage whenever possible. 

We hope and believe that the publication of this directory 
will be a real service to the farmers of St. Clair and Monroe 
counties and in line with Prairie Farmer's policy of service to 
the farmers of Illlinois. We hope that the increased circulation 
of Prairie Farmer in St. Clair and Monroe counties, which has 
resulted, will help in the movement for better farming, better 
farm living, and more prosperity for the counties, and that our 
many new friends will become permanent members of the big 
Prairie Farmer family. 

BURRIDGE D. BUTLER, 

Publisher, Prairie Farmer. 



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need when you need it — what you want when you want 
it — correct information when you request it. 
All this we are able to do, and do furnish our cus- 
tomers through our dealer, sales and expert organiza- 
tion. 

REACHES YOUR VERY DOOR 

Being centrally located, our service is readily accessible 
to every farmer of St. Clair and Monroe counties. 
This is the only kind of service that is worth while, be- 
cause it means dollars and cents to you. Make sure 
that the emblem of this service — the I H C trade mark 
— appears on your next farm machine. 

Internationa! Harvester Co. of America 

EAST ST. LOUIS, ILLINOIS 



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Southern Illinois National Bank 

UNDER JOINT OWNERSHIP WITH 

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CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS $ 494,000.00 
ASSETS - - - - . . 6,000,000.00 

OFFICERS 

C. REEB, President 

G. A. Miller, Vice President H. H. Jost, Cashier 

Fred Giessing, Vice President J. A. Harszy, Asst. Cashier 

S. W. Ring, Asst. Cashier 

B. H. Canby, Vice President and Counsel 

P. S. Abt, Secretary and Treasurer 

W. J. Stailey, Asst. Secy, and Treas. 



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Letters of Credit Collections Solicited 

Travelers' Cheques Foreign Exchange 

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DIRECTORY OF THE FARMERS of St. Clair and 
Monroe counties, with valuable information about 
each farm. 
BREEDERS' DIRECTORY, giving full classified 






list of breeders of purebred livestock and poultry. 






DIRECTORY OF AUTOMOBILE OWNERS, 


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automobile. 


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DIRECTORY OF TRACTOR OWNERS, giving 
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Copyright, 1919 
By The Prairie Farmer Publishing Company 






Compiled aiwl PuWislieJ by 
Prairie Fanner PublisLing Company 






Cliicago, Illinois 





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We Have the Largest, Host Complete Line of 

Hardware, Tools, Auto Supplies, 

Bicycles, Paints, Oils, Refrigerators, 
Washing Machines, Stoves, Ranges, 
Oil Stoves, Poultry Supplies, LawnTurniture, 

Sporting Goods, Guns, Rifles, Phono- 
graphs, Aluminum, China, Glassware, 
Dairy Supplies, Sewing Machines, 
Wire Fencing, Toys of all kinds. 
Buckeye Incubators, Brooders — 
40 day Trial Guarantee. 




ST. CLAIK AND QUALITY 
STOVES AND RANGES 

Ranges Blue, Gray and White 

Eldredge Sewing Machines, Two 

spools. No Bobbins to wind. 

15 days trial. 

House Furnishings for Brides 




DALION PHONOGRAPHS 

with Record Cabinets, 5 styles 

for $105.00 to $500.00 



CHINA AND PORCELAIN 

DINNER SETS 

42-52-82-100 piece sets from 

$6.00 to $100.00 

Hand Painted China, Cut Glass, Etc. 



Write or Phone us for Prices 

Seibert - Schoepp Hardware Co. 

21 West Main Street BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 

When in Belleville give us a call — make our store your headquarters 



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Oar House Is the Oldest, Most Reliable 
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QUALITY AND SERVICE IS OUR MOTTO 







J. I. CASE TRACTOR 
Guaranteed by 27 years of Field 

Experience. 
3 sizes— 10-18, 15-27, 30-40 




THE SILENT ALAMO 

Farm Electric Light and 

Power Plant 



EMERSON Binders, Mowers, Rakes, Plows, Culti- 
vators, Harrows, Drills, Spreaders, Engines, Hay 
Balers, Buggiesf Hay Loaders. 

J. I. CASE Tractors, Plows, Cultivators, Com 
Planters, Harrows, Ensilage Cutters, Hay Balers, 
Threshers, Steam Engines, Separators. 

WEBER-DAMME Wagons, Trucks, Log Wagons, 
Carts. 

Peters Pumps, Water Systems for the Farm, Straw 

Spreaders, Feed Grinders, Shellers, Gas Engines, Saw 

Mills, Fariti Scales, Farm Gates, Wire Field Fence, 

Silos, Etc. 



Sold on a 
Money Back 
Guarantee 
Sharpies Cream Separator 
Skims clean at any speed, 15 day 
Trial Guarantee 



Emerson Standard Mower 

None Better Made 

The Mower without a fault 

Try one and see 



Write us or phone for catalogue and prices 

Seibert - Schoepp Hardware Co. 

21 West Main Street BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 

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First 

National 

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CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS $130,000.00 

We solicit the accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals 
and guarantee to them every courtesy that is consistent with safe 
banking. 

Our Business is conducted along safe and conservative lines, our 
Officers and Directors are all men of integrity, financial standing 
and known business ability which insures careful management and 
guarantees the safety of your funds. We cordially invite a personal 
interview and assure you courteous treatment at all times. 

Our Safe Deposit Vaults are the most modem and protected by 
the best Burglar Alarm System and in addition we carry Byrglary 
Insurance on the contents of each Safe Dep>osit Box. 



C\oi INTEREST PAIB ON TIME Q C/ 
O /^ AND SAVINGS DEPOSITS O '^ 

Member oj Federal Reserve Bank 



DIRECTORS 
Wm. Fletcher, Wm. G. Burroughs, M. G. Peers, Wm. F. Niehaus 

A. C. Gauen. 

OFFICERS 

Wm. Fletcher, Pres.; Wm. G. Burroughs, Vice Pres.; Wm. L. Kaem- 

per. Cashier ;.E. Rosevear, Asst. Cashier; 

J. B. Schneider, Asst. Cashier. 

COURTEOUS — SAFE — CONSERVATIVE 



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Corn Planter Adjustments 

By C. O. Reed, University of Illinois, in Prairie Fanner 



Not all of our implement troubles 
are to be found in the plow or in the 
binder. The corn planter has troubles 
of its own, and it is the purpose of 
this article to discuss some of the 
corn planter principles and troubles 
that are ofien misunderstood. 

Accviracy in Drop 

Some corn growers say that accu- 
racy pf drop is not an important fac- 
tor with them because two kernels 
in one hill and four in the next gives 
an average of three kernels per hill 
and that is the number desired. The 
fallacy of this statement is very ap- 
parent when we stop to consider that 
in such planting we have not the de- 
sired three kernels in either hill; and 
if the soil is three-kernel soil, two 
kernels per hill are too few while 
four kernels are too many. The result 
is B.robably a loss in each hill. 

A certain soil may give the best 
yield with either two, three or four 
kernels per hill, but after it has been 
ascertained which number of kernels 
is best every efifort should be made to 
secure that number in each hill where 
the soil conditions remain constant. 
The variable drop devices on planters 
afford ample opportunity to shift from 
two to three or from three to four 
kernels per hill as the soil conditions 
through the row may demand, but the 
advisability of permitting inaccuracy 
in drop from hill to hill is question- 
able. 

The first two requisites for accu- 
racy in drop are (a) seed of uniform 
size, and (b) the selection of the 
proper seed plate. Hand tipped and 
butted corn or machine sorted corn 
will give seed as uniform in shape 
and size of kernel as is practical, but 
unsorted seed may be relied upon to 
cause inaccurate dropping. 

Testing out the planter to make 
sure that the proper plate is used is 
to be strongly advocated. Last year's 
plate may not be the best one for this 
year's seed, for if there is a slight 
difference in the average size of ker- 
nels between the two years, a corre- 
sponding change may be necessary in 



the size of the seed pits in the plate 
used. The following table taken from 
laboratory tests shows the danger of 
carelessness in selecting the seed 
plate. The planter was set to drop 
three-kernel hills, and the plates 
"small" and "large" were plates next 
size smaller and next size larger than 
the proper or right sized plate found. 

Right 
Small sized Large 
plate plate plate 

Per cent of blank hill 9.34 .00 .Oa 

Per cent of hills containing 

1 kernel 29.36 .26 .28 

Per cent of hills containing 

2 kernels 37.54 8.66 S.3 

Per cent of hills containing 

3 kernels 20.48 88.12 81.28 

Per cent of hills comaininc 

4 kernels 2.66 2.84 11.48 

Per cent of hills containing 

5 kernels 62 .12 1.66 

These figures tend to show that a 
slight mistake in plate selection may 
lead to a direct loss in stand. There 
may be but a very slight difference 
between two pairs of plates — so slight 
perhaps that we can not detect the 
difference by eye — but a test of the 
two pairs will quickly show that one 
of those pairs means a good drop 
while the other pair is dangerous and 
its use should be avoided. Testing 
can be done when time at the barn 
permits and will not only mean a say- 
ing of time in the field but will also 
enable the operator to avoid a mis- 
take before it is too late. 

Each operator will have his own 
method of testing out the planter but 
he should heed these three rules: (1) 
Let each test consist of at least 50 or 
60 hills; (2) run the planter parts at 
field speed; (3) do not give up until, 
the best plate is found. Probably the 
quickest ^ way to test is to run the 
planter in the farm yard, providing 
the chickens do not get the corn be- 
fore we can count it. Rainy day test- 
ing on the barn floor is a little more 
troublesome but can be very success- 
fully accomplished by two persons as 
follows: Jack the planter up over a 
blanket stretched tight on the floor so 
that the furrow openers will be about 
three inches above the blanket when 



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the depth lever is thrown forward. 
One man can then turn the drive 
wheel, trip the check arm and call out 
the number of fcernels dropped, while 
the second person records the count. 
After each hill is dropped the kernels 
are brushed away by foot of the man 
turning the drive wheel. Glancing at 
the drop without recording the count 
simplifies the process but it is not an 
accurate method and should be avoided 
when possible. 

Accuracy of drop may be secured 
further by keeping the seed hoppers 
at least half full at all times. 
Blank Hills at the Ends of Rows 
Accuracy of drop depends also to 
some extent upon the speed of the 
valve. It sometimes happens that at 
one end of the row we will happen to 
stop the team just as the button on 
the check wire has begun to force 
the check arm. The valves work so 
slowly at such a time or stop at such 
a point that in some planters the seed 
at the top of the boot drops clear 
through to the ground instead of be- 
ing intercepted at the bottom of the 
boot. Two hills drop at once, then, 
and when we have turned around 
there are no kernels at the lower 
valve ready for the first hill on the 
return trip. On some planters we may 
overcome the difficulty by foot dropping 
one hill while the team is turning. On 
other planters the only remedy is to 
stop sooner at the end of the row 
or to drive ahead at usual speed until 
the wire has released the check arm. 
Accuracy in Check 
Considerable attention is usually 
given to securing accurate checking, 



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but a word regarding the adjustment 
will not be amiss. Accurate checking 
means possibility of closer cultivation 
and less loss by cultivating out hills. 
The manufacturer has found that un- 
der usual conditions the check wire 
will travel from one to three inches 
across the field, and inasmuch as the 
slack will always be ahead of the 
machine, he designs his planter to 
drop the hill at a distance behind the 
button equal to one-half the travel. 
On the return trip the hill is again 
dropped behind the button and thus the 
hills should check in spite of the wire 
travel. It can readily be seen then that 
if our shoes or furrow openers are 
dropping nearer to or farther away 
from the button than half the wire 
travel, our system for securing gcod 
checking will be materially interfered 
with and adjustments must be made 
at A in Fig. 1. 

This tongue adjustment will vary on 
the different makes of planters. \ On 
some it is at the rear end of the 
tongue, but it will be found on all the 
popular makes. As a rule the front 
frame of the planter should be run level, 
and it can be so run with a properly 
drawn check wire. But different ten- 
sions on the wire drawn by different 
drivers may necessitate throwing the 
front frame slightly out of a horizon- 
tal position. If the planter drops too 
close to the button, make such tongue 
adjustment as will drop the furrow 
openers back a little toward the wheels. 
To some extent tightening the check 
wire will accomplish the same result 
in the check. Forcing the furrow open- 
ers a little ahead by means of the 
tongue adjustment will cause the hill 



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A Spread Check Fork May Cause Stringing 



to be dropped a little close to the but- 
ton, or having the check wire a little 
more slack will have the same result 
in the check. In testing for accuracy 
of check by digging up hills, select hills 
pretty close behind the planter. Ad- 
justing the neckyoke straps will also 
affect the check. The adjustment 
shown in Fig. 1 is also a means of 
maintaining a good check when differ- 
ent heights of teams are used and when 
the difference cannot be compensated 
for by adjusting the neckvoke straps. 

Uniform tension in the check wire 
must be maintained if accurate check- 
ing is to result. Some drivers even go 
so far as to make allowance for the 
expansion and contraction of the check 
wire due to varying temperature from 
day to day, but this is getting too par- 
ticular to be practical. It is practical, 
however, where planting is being done 
up and down a slope, to pull the wire 
tigrfater when setting the high stake. 



Uniform Depth of Plantine 

In planting over a rough field, a 
more uniform depth can often be se- 
cured by floating the furrow openers,, 
but when this is done the operator 
should keep the openers under foot 
control so that the shoes may be forced 
to their depth in dry spots and kept 
from planting too deep in moist, soft 
spots. There are a number of shoe 
gauges now on the market which attach 
to shoes to insure uniform depth when 
floating is desirable. Such attachments 
should prove valuable if properly used 
where the conditions demand. String- 
ing of the hill may be caused by (a) 
dirt in the boot, and (b) by a spread 
check arm. Trouble from the first 
cause will probably be due to the team 
having set back on the planter while 
the shoes were still in the ground. 
Clean out the boot bottom thoroughly 
and the rest of the remedy is obvious^ 



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Trouble (b) is less easily detected. If 
the check arm is spread as is shown at 
B in Fig. 2, the, wire button will let go 
of the check arm before the valves 
have been forced wide open, to the re- 
sult that the kernels will be strung out 
in the row rather than being dropped 
well together. By means of a ham- 
mer, drive the arm halves together to 
their original position, but in so doing 
care must be taken not to get the 
halves so closely together that binding 
of the wire will result. The check 
arm halves can be left straight as 
shown at A in Fig. 2. Some opera- 
tors find that stringing is due to a bad- 
ly worn shoe. If this is determined to 
be the cause, new parts must usually 
be supplied. 

Clutch Troubles 

Clutches on the various planters 
differ so widely in design that no spe- 
cific rules can be given that would 
apply to all makes. Failure of the 
clutch to grip or release can often be 
overcome by thoroughly cleaning the 
parts, and if the striking forces are 
worn round, new parts may have to 
be secured. On most planters this 
means but slight expense and a little 
patience. 

Timing the Plate Rims 

Breakage may necessitate removal of 
the rim which drives the plate. This 
rim is timed with the pinion on the 
shaft which drives the plates from the 
clutch, and when the rim is replaced 
on the machine the "time" must be re- 
•established. If the plate rim is out 
of time with the pinion, inaccuracy 
will result because the plate itself will 
not stop at the proper time. 

On some machines the cog teeth of 
the rim and pinion are so marked or 
constructed that it is very easy to 
ascertain the proper relation between 
the two castings. Before removing 
the rim the operator should carefully 
seek any such guides so that he may 
know just how to replace the parts. 
If no guide is found on the arm and 
on the shaft pinion, make a mark on 
each by means of a cold chisel, and 
then in replacing parts bring these 
two marks into the same relation to 
each other as at first. It sometimes 
happens that after replacing a rim or 
adding a new one, it breaks as soon as 
it revolves. This is due to non-timing. 



The question is often asked : "Is 
the disc furrow opener preferable to 
the ordinary shoe runner?" The sin- 
gle disc opeper has better penetration 
than the shoe and will cut through 
trash to better advantage, _ but it 
throws the soil to one side and cover- 
ing is made more difficult. The dou- 
ble disc has less penetrating ability 
than the single disc, but covering can 
be more easily accomplished after it. 

In hard, thrashy ground, then, the 
disc opener should prove preferable to 
the shoe opener, but in a well pre- 
pared seed bed, well free from surface 
trash, the shoe is strongly advocated 
because of its simplicity. The planter 
with disc openers cannot be consid- 
ered a heavy draft implement, but the 
discs carry bearings which must work 
in soil and one may always expect 
trouble with such a combination. 



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MRS. LENA STEVENSON MANN 

Household Editor of 
Prairie Fanner 






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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR AND MONROE COUNTIES 



Livestock Farmer s Medicine Chest 

By Dr. A. S. Alexander, in Prairie Farmer 



When a farmer can employ a com- 
petent graduate veterinarian at rea- 
sonable expense it always is best to 
do so, and in all serious cases such 
expert help should be used even if 
the expense will be considerable. Un- 
fortunately it is not always possible 
to find such an expert or he may live 
at such a distance that an ordinary or 
trivial case will not warrant the ex- 
pense of his employment, or the near- 
est veterinarian may not be a properly 
qualified practitioner, or is one in 
whom the stockman has no confidence. 
For these reasons every owner of 
animals should keep some simple 
remedies on hand, and these are nec- 
essary even on farms where profes- 
sional assistance can readily be had. 
It should be understood, however, 
that the untrained farmer should not 
attempt the administration of strong 
poisons, alkaloids and many prepara- 
tions used hypodermically by a gradu- 
ate veterinarian. Such preparations 
are extremely dangerous in the hands 
of the layman and are liable to do 
much more harm than good. The 
trained surgeon also should be de- 
pended upon for all major operations. 
A cupboard may be set apart for 
storing medicines in a cool, dry place 
and where freezing will not occur -in 
winter. A glass graduate and scales 
will be necessary for measuring and 
weighing medicines. Powdered drugs 
should be kept in tightly closed glass 
fruit jars and should be plainly labeled. 
They may soon lose their strength if 
exposed to the air. Poisons should 
be kept on a separate part of a shelf 
partitioned off for the purpose and 
away from simple, harmless drugs. 
Ointments, with the exception of fly 
blister, should be made up fresh at 
time of use. Liniment may be pre- 
pared and kept indefinitely if well 
corked. 

The medicine case should also have 
a special division in which to keep a 
few instruments, bandages, suture silk 
'and absorbent cotton ; or better still, 
these may be kept in a handbag for 
immediate use as required. ' The 
emergency bag should contain a roll 



of absorbent cotton, several rolled 
three-yard bandages of unbleached 
muslin in strips three inches wide, a 
pound or two of eakum, a spool of 
strong suture silk, half a dozen suture 
needles of assorted shapes and sizes, 
most of them large; a half-ounce, 
short-barreled, strong-nozzled hard 
rubber syringe, a two-ounce metal 
syringe, a cow trocar and canula for 
tapping a bloated animal, a pair of 
curved shears, a combination operat- 
ing knife containing a curved bistoury, 
a probe pointed bistoury and a strong 
straight scalpel, a few milking tubes 
and a teat bistoury, an artery forceps, 
metal probe, castrating knife and pair 
of horse clippers. 

These will suffice, but there are 
many other useful instruments such 
as a clinical thermometer, horse tro- 
car, catheter and dentistry "float," 
which may be added from time to 
time. Some of the medicines to be 
listed later may also have a place in 
the emergency kit or bag, notably 
those needed for the treatment of 
wounds, and at hand should be a 
strong quart drenching bottle and ten 
feet of quarter-inch cotton rope with 
which to hold up a horse's head for 
drenching. A veterinary force pump 
is added on a large farm, but its place 
may be taken by three feet of new 
lawn sprinkling hose fitted with a 
large tin funnel.^ This is used to give 
a horse or cow a rectal "injection. 
There should also be a six-foot piece 
of new half-inch rubber tubing for 
use in giving a cow or mare a vaginal 
injection. 

Simple necessary medicines may 
best be listed under the following spe- 
cial heads: 

Physics 

Epsom and Glauber Salts. Average 
dose for an adult cow, one pound in 
three pints of warm water. Dose for 
a horse, 12 ounces. 

Castor Oil. Especially useful for 
young animals. Dose for a caif or 
foal, from 1 to 6 tablespoonsful shak- 
en up in miik. 



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Raw Linsed Oil (not boiled, which 
is poisonous). Average dose,, one pint 
for constipation and to follow a dose 
of colie medicine, or contain medicine 
for colic. 

Barbados Aloes (freshly powdered). 
Average dose, one ounce, to be given 
to an adult horse as a "physic ball." 

Woimd Medicines 

Keep in stock one pint each of car- 
bolic acid and coal tar disinfectant and 
a gallon can of the latter for dipping 
and disinfecting purposes. Two tea- 
spoonfuls to a pint of water ordinarily 
makes a sufficiently strong solution. 
Bleeding is stopped by applying Mon- 
sel's solution of iron on oakum or 
cotton batting, or applying Monsel's 
powder. As a wound lotion also keep 
on hand a mixture of one ounce of 
sugar of lead and six drams of sul- 
phate of zinc in one pint of water. 
This is called "white lotion" and 
should be plainly labeled "poison" and 
well shaken before use. 

Dusting Powders 

A dusting powder of equal parts of 
slacked lime, charcoal and sulphur is 
useful for application to surface 
wounds and sores. Boracic acid also 
is needed and a little iodoform may 
be added to keep flies away. 

Liniments 
Keep on hand a pint (pound) each 
of turpentine and aqua ammonia. 
One ounce each of these mixed with 
a pint of soft water, in which two 
raw eggs have been shaken up c.nd 
the mixture left for 24 hours, will 
make a good stimulating liniment; or 
one ounce of each may be mixed with 
6 to 14 ounces of raw linseed oil to 
make a very strong or comparatively 
mild liniment. 

Lotions 

"White lotion" for wounds has al- 
ready been mentioned. Equal quan- 
tities of lime water and raw linseed 
oil make "carron oil," an excellent 
lotion for burns. Two to four -unces 
of Goulard's extract and one to two 
ounces of glycerine in one quart of 
soft water form a useful lotion for 
scratches and mud fever of itchiness 
and "gumminess" of the legs. A good 
lotion for inflammation of the udder 



is made by mixing together one part 
each of fluid extracts of poke root and 
belladonna leaves and one part of tur- 
pentine with five parts of sweet oil, 
melted lard or camphorated oil. It is 
made weaker or stronger as required. 
Anodyne lotion for painful swellings 
is made by combining equal quantities 
of tincture of opium, aconite, bella- 
donna and druggists' soap liniment. 
A small quantity of chloroform may 
be added. Mouth lotion consists of 
an ounce of powdered borax or alum 
in a quart of soft water; eye lotion of 
half a dram each of sulphate of zinc 
and fluid extract of belladonna in a 
quart of soft water. 

Tonics 

Fowler's solution of arsenic is a 
good general tonic for rundown, thin, 
hidebound horses and those afflicted 
with chronic skin diseases or heaves 
(broken wind). The average dose is 
half an ounce (one tablespoonful) 
given night and morning until one 
quart has been given. The medicine 
may then be gradually discontinued, 
taking at least a week to the work. 
Dried sulphate of iron (copperas), 
dose one dram night and morning, is 
another good tonic, commonly com- 
bined with an equal dose of ground 
gentian root or ginger root, nux 
vomica, saltpeter and fenugreek as a 
condition powder. The dose is one 
tablespoonful of the combination ,of 
drugs mixed in the feed night and 
morning for ten days. Omit sulphate 
of iron for pregnant animals. Nux is 
poisonous and must therefore be given 
with care. It is most useful as a 
nerve tonic and appetizer. 

Colic Medicines 

Keep in stock one pound each of 
laudanum (dose, 1 to 2 ounces) ; es- 
sence of ginger root (dose, 1 to 2 
drams) ; sulpuric acid (dose, J^ to 1 
ounce) ; turpentine (dose, 1 to 2 
ounces) ; granular hyposulphite of 
soda (dose, 1 to 4 ounces). A dose of 
each of the first three medicines in a 
pint of water containing two ounces 
of hyposulphite of soda will prove 
effective for most colics. Two ounces 
of turpentine in a pint of raw linseed 
oil may be given for "wind" (flatulent) 
colic, or following the other medicine 
when the pain of "cramp" (spasmodic) 
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Fever Medicines 

Powdered saltpeter is an important 
drug for animals. It is given in the 
fever' of influenza, founder (laminitis) 
or lymphangitis (milk leg, also for 
stocking of the legs and other large 
swellings. A dram is the average 
dose. Give it every four or six hours 
in fever, twice daily for swellings, or 
with tonics as a condition powder, and 
in double doses for founder or milk 
leg. Do not give it in colt distemper, 
when abscesses are forming. It may 
often be administered in drinking 
water or a bran mash or damp feed. 
It also is given in tablespoonful doses 
once or twice daily for garget of the 
cow. Beware of aconite often given 
for fever. It is too dangerous a poison 
to be safely used by anyone other than 
a trained doctor. 

Blister 

An eflFective blistering ointment is 
made by melting .together three parts 
of lard and one-quarter part of finely 
shaved, yellow beeswax, and then 
stirring it one part of powdered can- 
tharides (Spanish fly). Stir in a tin 
dish until cold, then store in a capped 
glass fruit jar. It improves with age. 
When using this blister clip off the 
hair, wash the skin clean, dry it per- 
fectly. Tie the horse up short in his 
stall, rub the blister in for fifteen 
minutes and then smear on some more 
blister. Wash the blister off in 48 
hours atid then apply a little lard 
daily. Do not cover a blistered part, 
or rub it on the loins, or on top of 
the hips, or use it after a poultice, or 
on irritated skin, or in very hot or 
cold weather. 

Absorbents 

Never be without tincture of iodine 
to swab on swollen glands, tumors, 
forming abscesses, bony growths, 
capped or puffed joints, indolent sores 
or wounds, canker of the mouth in 
pigs and ringwork spots. It also is 
useful to inject into abscesses, fistula 
and lump jaw cavities. Iodine oint- 
ment is made by mixing one dram 
each of iodine crystals and iodide of 
potash in one ounce of lard. This is 
used on swellings, sore necks and 
shoulders, puffs of all sorts, tumors, 
forming abscesses, ringworm spots 
and enlargements of the udder. As 
an absorbent blister rub up one dram 



of biniodide of mercury with two 
ounces of the fly blister already men- 
tioned and use on bony growths, such 
as splints and ringbone, callouses, 
indolent sores, tumors of the udder. 

Worm Medicines 

Gasoline is kept on most farms and 
in tablespoonful doses in six ounces of 
milk is the best remedy for stomach 
worms in sheep. Lambs take less in 
proportion. Two ounces of turpen- 
tine in a pint of raw linseed oil i^ 
effective as a starting dose for a 
"wormy horso." Follow ..xwith worm 
powders composed of equal parts of 
salt, sulphur and dried sulphate of 
iron. Dose, one tablespoonful night 
and moriiing for a week, then skip ten 
days and repeat. Omit iron for preg- 
nant animals. For worms of swine 
give one teaspoonful of turpentine in 
slop for three consecutive days for 
each eighty pounds of body weight; 
or one dram of dried sulphate of iron 
in slop for five successive mornings 
for each hundred pounds of body 
weight. Where swine are known to 
be seriously infested with worms, give 
eight grains of santonin and five 
grains of calomel in a little slop for 
each hundred pounds of body weight. 
Divide the pigs into lots of five and 
giv^ the medicine in a little slop after 
starving the animals for eighteen 
hours. Care must be taken to give 
only the doses here prescribed, else' 
damage may be done. 

Disinfectants 

In the paragraph on wound medi- 
cines it has been advised to keep car- 
bolic acid and coal tar disinfectant in 
stock. To these may be adied for- 
maldehyde, bichloride of mercury 
tablets and permanganate of potash 
crystals. In disinfecting a stable a 
solution of four or five ounces of for- 
rnaldehyde to the gallon, or a 1-1,000 
of bichloride of mercury (corrosive 
sublimate) or a 1-30 solution of car- 
bolic acid or coal tar disinfectant 
should be used after a thorough cleam 
sing of the premises. For wounds a 
1-1,000 solution of corrosive sublimate 
also is the most effective disinfectant 
and a 1-500 solution should be used 
for disinfecting when a spore-form- 
ing germ, like tk^t of anthrax, is pres- 
ent. Permanganate of potash is a 
useful mild disinfectant (antiseptic 



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and deodorizer) in a 1-5,000 1o a 1-50 
solution. The weaker solution is used 
lukewarm for vaginal ^injection pur- 
poses, while the 2 per cent solution is 
useful for injection into cavities from 
which come bad-smelling discharges 
and for swabbing sores (cankers) of 
the mouth. As a wound lotion it is 
usual to employ a 2 to 5 per cent 
solution of carbolic acid, or lysol, or 
coal tar disinfectant. Carbolic acid 
is also much used as an internal disin- 
fectant in contagious abortion. Two 
drams of the acid is well diluted with 
water and mixed in soft feed for each 
pregnant cow every other night 
throughout pregnancy. Peroxide of 
hydrogen one part and clean water 
two or three parts is a popular dis- 
infectant for cleansing foul wounds. 

Scour Medicines 

The farm medicine chest would not 
be completely stocked without some 
remedies for diarrhoea or scours. A 
mixture of one part of salol and two 
parts of bismuth (first prescribed jears 
ago by the writer) has beeome a 
standard remedy among farmers. The 
average dose is one teaspoonful given 
two or three times a day and washed 
down with milk or water. The dose 
may be doubled in bad cases and for 
larger calves and foals. Prepared 
chalk, powdered alum, sulphur, pow- 
dered catechu, rhubarb and ginger 
root are also much used for diarrhoea. 

Administering Medicines 

Small doses of liquid medicine, such 
as the average two-ounce dose of a 
fever medicine or tonic solution, are 
best given by means of a half-ounce 
hard rubber syringe. Expert veteri- 
narians sometimes give such medicines 
of bad-tasting drugs in gelatine cap- 
sules, or in form of a '*ball." Worm, 
condition and tonic powders are 
mixed in damp grain feed. A large 
dose of liquid medicine is termed a 
"drench" and is given from a strong, 
long-necked bottle. A few inches of 
rubber hose may be fitted on the neck 
of such a bottle. 

To drench a horse, back him into a 
stall, place a running noose of soft, 
small cotton rope or "clothes line" 
upon the upper incisor teeth, under 
the upper lip,- and draw the noose 
tight, with the knot of the rope to 
the front. Throw the loose end of 



the rope across an overhead beam, 
raise the horse's head, hold it there 
by means of the rope and pour the 
medicine into the mouth*" a little at a 
time until all is swallowed. Do not 
squeeze the throat of the horse when 
giving medicine and never pour the 
medicine into the nostril. If the horse 
will not swallow, pour a teaspoonful of 
cold water into a nostril and swallow- 
ing will instantly occur. 

To drench a cow, place her in a 
stanchion or tie her in a stall. Walk 
up on her right side (milking side). 
Pass the left hand across her face and 
into her mouth. Hold her head in a 
straight line forward and slightly ele- 
vated, not turned to one side. Pour 
the medicine very slowly into the 
right side of the mouth. Let the head 
down instantly if the medicine causes 
the cow (or horse) to cough. Fluid 
given too fast passes into the paunch 
and is practically wasted. Administered 
slowly, it largely goes to the third and 
fourth stomachs and absorption takes 
place in the latter. 

Sheep have to be very carefully 
drenched from a bottle to avoid chok- 
ing. Swine take medicine through a 
hole cut in the toe of an old shoe 
thrust into the mouth or from a short, 
strong rubber hose fitted in the neck 
of a strong bottle. Dogs take medi- 
cine in capsules inserted in meat or 
from a bottle or spoon emptied into 
a pouch formed of the lip and cheek. 

Avoid "doping" animals unneces- 
sarily. Medicine should only be given 
when the animal is sick, should be 
the right medicine, and is best pr 
scribed by an expert. 

VALUE OF LABOR 



The United States Department of 
Agriculture found in 1855 that it re- 
quired four hours and 34 minutes of 
human labor to produce a bushel of 
corn. At the Minnesota experiment 
station it has been found recently that 
45 minutes of human labor is about 
the average time required for the same 
work. In other words, human labor is 
worth six times as much as it was 60 
years ago, due to the use of better 
machinery, better varieties of corn 
and better soil management. 



FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR AND MONROE COUNTIES 



>oine vjommon 



u 



nsoundness 



By Dr. A. S. Alexander, in Prairie Parmer 



TAKE nothing for granted when 
buying a horse. One should 
make sure about doubtful things. 
If the eye cannot decide the mat- 
ter the hand may be employed to 
corroborate or disprove ; but the eye 
should be the main dependence and 
the hand used only as a last resort. 
An Irishman does not like to buy a pig 
"in a poke." He wants to see and 
examine the "rint payer" and may 
even make the animal squeal to be 
sure that he is getting his money's 
worth. In just the same way one must 
make the most careful examination of 
every part of a horse, "size up" the 
entire combination of points and make 
sure that there is lack of vice, sound- 
ness of eyes, wind and limb, and perfect 
fitness for the special kind of work the 
animal will have to do. 

A famous veterinary teacher once 
called upon his senior students to ex- 
amine a lame horse and state in writ- 
ing what they thought was the cause 
of lameness. The horse had a splint, 
one sidebone and a small ringbone 
affecting the lame leg. To one or 



other of these three unsoundnesses 
each student in turn attributed the 
lameness. But one learns best by 
making mistakes and this truth was 
soon "rubbed in" by the teacher. 
Having collected the reports he told 
the smith who was standing by, to 
remove the shoe from the lame foot. 
Then a majority of the students no- 
ticed for the first time that the sole 
of the foot was covered with a thick 
leather pad. When the leather came 
off puss spurted from a nail prick 
wound which had been purposely hid- 
den. Lameness was due to the nail 
prick, not to splint, ringbone or side- 
bone, and the laugh was on the 
"boys." Never again would one of 
them be similarly caught and so a 
never - to - be - forgotten lesson was 
learned. Every intending purchaser 
should learn this lesson, too, and be 
a "doubting Thomas" until his hands 
have felt where the eyes could not 
definitely decide a mooted point. 

Seek to deal with men of known 
integrity in business. If not expert, 
artti the horse to be bought is a dear 




Splint 



Curb 



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one, it will be g*od policy to employ 
a veterinarian to make a critical ex- 
amination. Better visit the stable 
when not expected and see the horse 
in the stall. There some things can 
be learned that will not be seen when 
the horse is warmed up. You should 
be able to enter and leave the stall 
on the left side of the horse, without 
being received with a bite or expelled 
tvith a kick. Note, too, if the horse 
digs a hole in the floor by pawing, or 
chews his manger and hay rack, which 
may indicate cribbing and wind suck- 
ing, or weaves from side to side, or 
pulls back on the halter. Make him 
"stand over" and note if he jerks up a 
hind leg, or hops over. The hopping 
may indicate spavin lameness, which 
quickly disappears when the horse is 
warmed up. 

The jerking up of a hind leg may be 
accompanied by quivering of muscles 
and tail and such a horse is a "shiv- 
erer" or "crampy" and afflicted with 
incurable St. Vitus' dance. The symp- 
toms of the latter disease become 
more apparent as the horse backs out 
of the stall, but quickly subside with 
slight exercise. If the animal has 
"string halt" the jerking up of the 
hind legs is continued as long as the 
horse is in motion, he does not warm 
out of it. When a horse is brought 
out for inspection "on a run" or "dead 
jump" it is impossible to detect spavin 
lameness or chorea and even string 
halt may not be noticed. This will be 
more certainly the case if the horse 
is turned loose ixi deep snow, or 
plowed land, or in a straw bedded pad- 
dock. This commonly is done. Some- 
times an old plug that has scarcely 
animation enough to get out of its own 
way will kick up, strut and trot, proud 
as a peacock, when suddenly the halter 
shank, previously' cut pa'rt way through 
breaks and the old pilgrim imagines he 
has broken loose by his own great 
strength. This trick is often tried. 
Never allow the dealer to keep the 
horse "in the air." 

After making an examination in the 
stall watch the horse for a while as 
he stands at ease on a level floor. 
Maybe he cannot stand at ease. If a 
foot hurts, soon that foot will be thrust 
forward; if two hurt each will be 
thrust forward ; if two hurt, each will be 
advanced turn about ; if four hurt 
the horse will rest each foot in turn. 



And do not forget to walk around the 
horse that every part may meet the 
eye. Often one side is a pretty pic- 
ture, the other marred. See both 
sides, for often the animai is, turned 
toward the wall if an eye is out, a big 
bare spot present or some unsound- 
ness there that had best be kept hid- 
den. A "watch" or "wall" eye can 
see, but it is unsightly. The tour of 
inspection around the horse discloses 
such blemishes. 

Remember about not buying a pig 
in a poke, so remove the blanket from 
all fancy harness and see that the 
halter has no springs and trusses to 
press down upon the nostrils to pre- 
vent high blowing and "roaring." 
Many a man has neglected to remove 
a horse's hood before buying and af- 
terward has discovered that it hid a 
cropped, lopped, or split ear, fistula of 
the base of the ear, a "poll evil" or 
some unsightly blemish. 

Don't get too close to the horse 
when making the preliminary exam- 
ination. Ex-Governor Hoard, of Wis- 
consin, once said that in farm business 
matters a man may hold a cent piece 
so close to his eye that it keeps him 
from seeing a big silver dollar a little 
further off. So if one rushes up and 
grabs a foot, before viewing what the 
French term the tout ensemble — the 
assemblage of all points — he misses 
the comprehensive estimate of the 
horse as a whole and that is of most 
importance. When one has looked 
the horse over from a little distance 
and from all points of view and has 
scQn how the animal stands and be- 
haves it will be time enough to scru- 
tinize each component part of his an- 
atomy. First we shall see him move 
away and back, at a walk, then at a 
trot, and finally we shall gallop him. 
Be there when he stops and so decide 
as to the soundness of his "wind." 
It is not enough to test the "wind" 
by standing the horse close to a wall 
and suddenly threatening to strike 
him with a whip. The sudden fright 
may cause the animal to grunt loudly, 
but this does not necessarily prove 
that such a "bull" is unsound in wind. 

Many sound horses grunt when so 
threatened, or even when one goes to 
mount. In the latter instances it is a 
nervous "expression" and nothing 
serious. When watching the horse at 
rest one should note that he does not 



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Sidebone 



Spavin 



heave at the flanks, cough or pass gas 
from the rectum. These are the symp- 
toms of "heaves" ; but the "heavey" 
horse may be "shut" or "doped" with 
drugs so that temporarily the symptoms 
do not show. Usually they will quickly 
appear if the horse is given all the hay 
and water he wants and then is gal- 
loped. Roaring sometimes is tempora- 
rily relieved by plugging the nostrils 
with a sponge or squeezed half lemon. 
Discharge is also prevented by this 
means. It is best to locate these at 
once than have them sneezed into the 
feed box when the horse is yours. 

At both walk and trot the horse 
should go straight, level and true, 
each joint perfectly fixed, the soles of 
the feet well turned up, as he goes 
away, and no "padding," "winging," 
in or out, "forging," stumbling or toe 
dragg^g notiteable. Lameness should 
be absent. If the horse passes muster 
when in motion and his style, action 
and conformation are suitable, he next 
may be critically examined as he stands 
at rest. He should stand square and 
firm on each foot. The profile of the 
front and back of each leg should 
show no abnormal bends, curves, puflFs, 
swellings, or lumps. If any one of 
these things is sren its nature will have 
to be carefully determined. The eyes 
should be sound and of the same color. 
The. pupils should dilate in the dark 
and contract when the horse is brought 
into the light. Angular, wrinkled eye- 
brows and sunken eyes denote previous 
attacks of "moon blindness" (periodic 



ophthalmia). "Smolcy" or "opaque," or 
"pearl grey," or "curdy" appearance 
of the cornea (anterior chamber of the 
ey^ denote more serious stages of the 
disease or blindness from cataract or 
glaucoma. A brilliant sparkling 
prominent eye ("glassy eye") may be 
stone blind from paralysis of the ret- 
ina and optic nerve. The ears should 
neither be absolutely unused, nor ab- 
normally active. The former may in- 
/dicate deafness ; the latter, impaired 
vision, nervousness or vice. 

See that a thread from ear to ear 
under the forelock, does not keep lop 
ears upright and that a leaden ball, 
suspended from a thread in the ear, is 
not preventing undue motion. The 
horse should let one handle his ears, 
his poll (back of ears), the top of the 
necl^ where the collar will bear, and 
the withers, where fistulous openings 
or their scars so commonly are found. 
Fighting against, such handling indi- 
cates a reason for fear and the rea- 
son usually is that a twitch has been 
used on the ear and the horse may toe 
hard to shoe, have sore neck from 
the collar, poll evil or fistulous with- 
ers, or have suffered a previous opera- 
tion for such disease. 

Handle each part upon which har- 
ness will have to bear and see that 
it is sound and free from sores, tu- 
mors or abscesses. The nostrils should 
be large, under command of the will, 
rosy pink inside, not slit and free 
from abnormal discharge. See that 
the breath does not smell fotd and 



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that the teeth are sound and the jaws 
not under or over "short." Examine 
the back. It should be 'strong, broad, 
straight, free from sores and well 
muscled. Pinching the loins is un- 
necessary. A ticklish horse will squat 
when so handled but the test does not 
detect weak kidneys. Note that the 
ribs are well sprung, the underline 
fairly straight, the abdomen capacious, 
the flank not tucked up and the 
coupling short and strong. See that 
no wounds or abscesses are present 
high up on the right flank, as the re- 
sult of tapping for flatulant colic. 
With the left hand on the horse's loin, 
as a support, stoop and examine 
sheath, or udder as the case may be, 
and other parts high up in the groins. 

Examine the tail, which should be 
strong, not artificial ("joined on")' and 
not rubbed bare from itchiness. Lift 
it and see that the Wack skin below is 
free from tumors, the anus clean, well 
pursed up, free from scurvy substances 
or streaks of mucous ; or, in the mare, 
that the space between rectum aiTd 
vulva is intact and that no discharge 
comes from the latter. Looking from 
the rear, compare one hip with the 
other. If one is "knocked down" that 
side will be steep. At each side of 
the tail is the tuberosity of the i^ium. 
Like the point of the hip (iliuni) this 
often is fractured, leaving one side 
depressed. All parts of the shoulders, 
neck, barrel and hindquarters should 
be smoothly and deeply covered with 
sound muscles. 

Now examine each hoof. Cracks, 
rings, ridges and meatinfess should be 
absent, frogs and bars prominent, soles 
slightly concave, heels wide, coronets 
(hoof heads) open and strong, hoofs 
waxy, smooth and ample in size. Ob- 
ject to a horse that has steep narrow 
heels with a deep cleft in frog, also 
one that has chronic corns, chronic 
thrush, "dropped" (convex) soles, or 
hoof walls showing toe or quarter 
cracks. 

Make sure that the elbows are free 
from hard or soft tumors or abscesses 
called "shoe boils" and that the knees 
are free from hairless scars and are 
straight, wide, deep and strong. All 
joints should be large, clean, bony 



and strong. This is of the greatest 
importance. The joints cannot be too 
large so long as the size is made up of 
large, clean sound bones, ligaments 
and tendons. Beware of puflFs, meati- 
ness and bony growths which give 
the wrong sort of size. The knees 
should have perfect flexion, no matter 
what work the horse has to do. They 
should not be bent forward (buck 
knees) nor bent backward (calf 
knees). Splints close to the knee are 
serious; but low down, on an adult 
horse, they are practically harmless, 
unless struck by a shoe. Splints, ring- 
bones and spavins are bony excres- 
censes. Splints come on the cannon 
bones, along the course of the splint 
bones (small metacarpals and metatar- 
sals). 

Ringbones are found high, medium 
or low, on the long pastern, and often 
involve the short pasterns. Bone 
spavins are found at the lowerj front, 
inner aspect of the hock joints. Bog 
spavins are soft bursal distensions of 
the hock joints, above and in front 
of the seat of bone spavins. Thoro- 
pins are bursal distensions seen at the 
sides of the hocks, towards the rear 
and when pressed on one side bulge 
out on the opposite side. "Wind 
galls" are similar puffs in connection 
with the tendons at and just above 
the fetlock joints. A curb appears as 
a hard enlargement giving a rounded 
bulging contour to the profile of the 
back of the hock joint, looking from 
the side. 

Splints are most easily seen by 
standing in front of the horse, then 
examining further by feeling the parts 
involved, first with the foot standing 
down firm, then with it oflf the ground. 
Ringbones are best seen from a side 
view of the profile of the long pas- 
tern. The hand may have to help in 
their detection. To examine for spav- 
ins look between the forelegs at \he 
inner, lower profile of each hock. The 
hard "knob" on one hock probably 
will prove to be a bone spavin. A 
small spavin is called a "jack" and it 
is apt to prove serious and grow to 
be a large spavin. Spavin may also 
be detected from a quartering view of 
the hock, or from the rear. 



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Binder XrouDles and Adjustments 

By C. O. Reed, University of Illinois, in Prairie Farmer 



To have to await the services of an 
expert when every minute of the har- 
vest days is money is not only an ex- 
pensive practice, but in most cases is 
an unnecessary one if the operator 
will only use patience and good judg- 
ment and try to understand a few 
very simple principles of what seems 
a complicated machine. The purpose 
of this article is to aid the operator 
in his most common binder troubles. 
To cover the ground in the most log- 
ical and concise manner, let us con- 
sider troubles under the three general 
heads: general binder troubles, bind- 
er head troubles and knotter head 
troubles. 

Starting. If possible, start the new 
machine on a road of in a pasture 
before going into the grain field. Use 
plenty of kerosene and run the ma- 
chine empty for about five miniites, 
taking notice that every duct to bear- 
ings and every oil hole is open. Then 
apply lubricating oil. When you are 
ready to enter the grain with a new 
machine, raise the machine well up, 
tilt the platform forward; open the 
throat of the machine by throwing 
the butt adjuster forward and start in 
with about one-half of a full swath. 
After five minutes work the machine 
is ready for maximum results. If 
compelled to make a full swath at the 
start, cut the grain extra high. 

Never change the adjustment of a 
new binder head before going into the 
field. It may miss a few bundles at 
first, but do not adjust. Apply a lib- 
eral amount of coal oil to the knotter 
liead and the trouble will usually dis- 
appear. 

New Machine Failing to Start. Oc- 
casionally a new machine fails to start 
due to some part sticking or catch- 
ing. Throw the binder out of gear 
and see that the bull wheel revolves 
without catching. Remove the eleva- 
tor chain and throw in gear. This 
will test the sickle. Next put on ele- 
vator chain and throw oflf reel chains. 
This will test the rollers. Then con- 
nect and test the reel. This method 
will test one part at a time and should 



locate the trouble without difficulty. 
In testing out head for failure to re- 
volve, operate head by- hand at back 
of machine through shaft which 
drives head from elevator chain. 

General Binder Troubles 

Chains. Undue wear in chains may 
be caused by the chain being run too 
tight or backwards. Run the chain 
with the hooks of the links leading 
and with the openings of the hooks 
out. The use of oil or grease on 
chains, if the binder is being run in 
a sandy country or under dusty con- 
ditions, is not to be recommended, 
for the oil will collect the fine parti- 
cles of grit and cause excessive wear. 
Under such conditions use dry graph- 
ite. Chain jumping is caused by the 
chain being too loose or by the 
sprocket being badly worn. If a worn 
sprocket is the cause for the trouble 
a new one will have to be supplied. 

Canvas Troubles. The creeping of 
canvases is caused by running them 
too loose or by the elevators not be- 
in^ square. Test the elevators to see 
if they are square by means of meas- 
uring the diagonals, and then square 
by the special apparatus to be found 
for that purpose. Have the canvases 
of the same tightness on both sides. 

Canvases not elevating the grain 
may be caused by missing slats or 
loose canvases. Broken slats are gen- 
erally caused by the elevators not be- 
ing square, or by the canvases not 
being buckled evenly and thus the 
slat is forced to pass over the roller 
at an angle to it. Chewed slats may 
be caused by a projecting bolt or the 
canvas guides being out of shape. 

Heavy Draft. Heavy draft may be 
caused from lack of sufficient good 
lubricating oil, .bull wheel being en- 
tered in quadrant wrong; chains, espe- 
cially main drive chain, being too 
tight; paint or varnish not being cut 
out of the bearings; or rollers binding. 
Apply lubricating oil to the bearings. 
Enter the bull wheel in the quadrant 
square. Have the proper tension in 
the chains. Coal oil will cut the paint 



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or varnish from bearing surfaces. 
When machine is empty, operator 
should be able to move elevators by 
hand on elevator chain. 

Sidedraft. Sidedraft in a binder re- 
fers to such resistance of the platform 
end of the machine as to cause a 
"dragging" of platform, and hence re- 
sults in a tendency to run the ma- 
chine into the grain. It may be 
caused by (a) grain wheel bearing 
too light; (b) grain v^^heel being out 
of proper adjustment; (c) sickle parts 
not cutting properly, resulting in a 
pulling off of stalks rather than cut- 
ting; (d) very light grain may give a 
condition where sidedraft is more no- 
ticeable, and (e"* a fast horse on the 
outside may lead the operator to be- 
lieve he has sidedraft. 

♦Remedies, (a) See that grain wheel 
revolves freely and perfectly on axle. 
If axle, bearings and wheel bell are 
badly worn, replace, (b) The inexpe- 
rienced operator cannot tell whether 
a. grain wheel is aligned properly or 
not. It should lead out of the grain 
slightly, and in case of poor align- 
ment here, an expert must be called, 
(c) Obvious, (d) Sidedraft here is 
an advantage rather than an objec- 
tion for it indicates the best construc- 
tion, (e) Put fast horse on inside. 

If difficulty i§ experienced in get- 
ting far enough into the grain with a 
tongue truck attachment, make adjust- 
ments to increase the angle between 
the platform and tongue proper, i. e., 
without changing position of machine 
make adjustments to let horses away 
from grain slightly. If machine runs 
too far into grain, make adjustments 
to bring horses a little closer to grain 
line. These adjustments can be found 
between tongue and stub tongue on 
the McCormick and Milwaukee bind- 
ers, and in the truck axle braces on 
the Deering. If sufficient adjustment 
is not provided in the Deering to per- 
mit a full swath, turn the tongue over. 

Badly Shaped Bundles in good 
grain are caused by improper manip- 
ulation of binder parts. Set the reel 
to strike straws about two inches be- 
low the heads. Run the butter as 
near at right angles to the rollers on 
tier shaft as possible, even if you 
have to sacrifice an inch or two in 
the position of the band on the bun- 
dle. Do not expect the butter to 



shove the Straws down under the 
breast plate. Adjust the position of 
the head to bring the straws under 
the breast plate and then adjust the 
butter to smooth the butt of the bun- 
dle. In uneven grain the head, but- 
ter and reel must be shifted often to 
obtain the best results. In very short 
grain or in down grain leaning toward 
the elevators we have probably the 
worst conditions for good bundle 
making, especially for eight-foot bind- 
ers. First, do all possible to retard 
the heads by running the platform as 
level as possible and place a rope 
head-retarder across the platform, ty- 
ing the same to the outside divided 
frame. A rope head-retarder is often 
found to give better results than the 
retarding strap iron sent out with the 
machine, but if the latter is used, the 
operator will find that he gets very 
good results in retarding heads by 
bending up or crinkling the end of the 
strap iron. Throw the head as far 
forward as possible and run the butter 
as near perpendicular to the rollers as 
possible to still have the bundle se- 
curely tied. Tighten the front grain 
check. 

Badly Shaped Bundles in Long 
Tangled Grain can be remedied by 
loosening all grain checks slightly 
and by adjusting the head to tie a 
smaller, looser bundle. 

Getting Grain Down to Packers. 

Trouble is sometimes experienced in 
getting light, fluffy grain down to the 
packers. See that the deck roller is 
working properly and lower the deck 
cover. 

Choking Down. Sometimes in 
heavy, _ flufify and tangled grain, and 
often in flax, the head cannot dis- 
charge a bundle and is stopped by 
"choking." Adjust the head to tie a 
smaller, looser bundle, loosen all 
grain checks and loosen the tension 
on the compressor spring, which is 
the spring attached to the compres- 
sor rod. 

Bundles Too Loose or Too Tight. 

Tighten or loosen the trip spring 
shown in Illustration 1 and described 
below under "Binder Head Troubles." 
Do not attempt to make a tight bun- 
dle by tightening the twine tension on 
the twine can. The twine tension is 
not for the purpose of affecting the 



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TRIPSPRINO 



STOP 
ARM. 
006. 



tightness of bundles and if it is used 
for such purpose serious needle 
troubles will result. The twine ten- 
sion should be sufficiently tight to 
keep back slack in the twine between 
the can and needle. 

Bundles Too Large or Too SmalL 

Move the compressor arm nearer or 
farther away from the needle. The 
compressor arm is that arm against 
which the bundle is formed and as it 
is moved in or out that space in which 
the bundle is formed is changed. 

Reel Troubles. Short oats is often 
the cause for considerable reel trouble, 
especially reel breakage on those ma- 
chines which have no outside reel 
support. The operator cutting short 
oats will necessarily have to tilt his 
platform well forward and run his 
reel low. This means that occasion- 
ally the reel slats will whip down 
onto the guards and result in broken 
parts. Farmers in some localities 
have solved this difficulty by tacking 
on to each reel slat a piece of heavy 
linoleum about six inches wide. The 
reel can then be run higher, for this 
extra piece on the slats serves ad- 
mirably to force the grain over onto 
the platform and at the same time is 
sufficiently flexible to give if the reel 
is whipped down on the guards. 

Binder Head Troubles 

Before talcing up binder head trou- 
bles let us refer to the first illustra- 
tion and get clearly in mind the exact 
function of the pafts mentioned. 



Every operator is aware that his 
packer shaft revolves continually and 
that at certain moments it must drive 
the whole binder head while the bun- 
dle is being tied and cast. The dog, 
shown in the illustration, is that 
mechanism which throws the head 
in motion with the rest of the ma- 
chine, or it is that mechanism which 
momentarily engages the head with 
the continuous motion of the packers 
while the bundle is being tied. Suf- 
ficient pressure by the straw on the 
trip arm raises the stop arm, shown 
in the illustration, which allows the 
dog to be forced into the path of the 
continually revolving binder head 
driver. A little spring attached to the 
dog forces the dog into the path of 
this driver when the dog is released, 
and this same spring holds the dog in 
this path until the stop arm can drop 
back into place and force the dog 
back out of the way of the revolving 
drivers of the packer shaft. When 
the dog is thrown back out of the 
path of the binder head drivers, the 
motion in the head ceases and the 
dog, if properly working, must re- 
main engaged with the packer shaft 
until the discharge arms make a com- 
plete revolution. The continuity of 
motion in the head depends upon the 
dog. 

Discharge Arms Fail to Start or 
Fail to Revolve Completely. This is 
a dog trouble. See that the dog spring 
is in place and is of sufficient strength 
to hold the dog in the path of the 
binder head driyers when the dog is 



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released. See also that the striking 
faces of the dog and, dog driver are 
not worn sufficiently to permit them 
to slip by one another. If the dis- 
charge arms revolve by jerks it is very 
probable that a worn condition in the 
striking faces is the cause. 

Discharge Arms Revolve Continu- 
ally. Before discussing this trouble a 
word should be said regarding timing. 
It will be noticed that every part of 
the binder head except the packers 
works at a certain moment in rela- 
tion to other parts The dog makes a 
certain number of revolutions before 
the stop arm is allowed to drop back 
into place to throw the dog out of 
engagement with the binder head 
drivers. Hence the relation between 
the stop arm and the dog is a set 
relation maintained through beveled 
gears. If for any reason these gears 
are separated and not put back in the 
original definite relation to each 
other, the head is said to be out of 
time. This means that the stop arm 
would not be in place at the proper 
moment to throw the dog out of en- 
gagement and a second revolution of 
the discharge arm immediately fol- 
lows the first. The timing principle 
holds true in all makes of heads and 
is obtained in a way more or less 
common in all types, though the 
mechanism will vary to some degree 
in its shape and position. If the dis- 
charge arms revolve continually the 
head may be out of time or the sto'i 
arm face may be so badly worn that 
it allows the dog to slip by when the 
two come together. If the machine is 
out of time, i. e., if tBe stop arm is 
not in place to throw the dog out in 
the proper time, time the head by 
properly meshing the beveled gears 
between the packer shaft and the 
binder head counter shaft which runs 
up to drive the tier shaft. If the 
striking faces between the dog and 
the stop arm are so worn that they 
slip by one another, file the faces to 
their original form. If this allows 
too much play or looseness in the 
dog (which can be tested by taking 
hold of the discharge arms to deter- 
mine whether they are tight or loose) 
a new dog or perhaps a new stop 
arm must be purchased. Some ma- 
chines permit lengthening of the stop 
arm. Look for such adjustment and 
use same to hold the dog back tighter. 



Casting Very Small Bundles. There 
are two causes for this trouble. The 
dog may not be thrown out at the 
proper time, and the remedy for such 
a condition has been just stated above. 
Small bundles often appear in badly 
tangled grain when the case bundle is 
not cleaned from the machine and its 
weight trips the head again immedi- 
ately and a small bundle is cast which 
seems to be really a part of the first. 
Manipulate the machine to make a 
clean bundle, loosen the grain checks, 
adjust the trip spring to tie a looser 
bundle and adjust the compressor arm 
to tie a smaller bundle. 

Discharge Arms Not Set Tight, or 
Dog Drive Strikes Dog. Usually 
these two conditions accompany one 
another and are due to extreme wear 
in gears and dog. or tier shaft lock 
may have become loosened. The tier 
shaft lock is usually a little dog 
working behind the tier shaft cam 
wheel at the end of the tier shaft. It 
holds the discharge arms in place 
when they are at rest. E.xamine your 
binder head for this mechanism and 
if it can be adjusted usually the 
trouble can be remedied by such ad- 
justment. If the cam track in tier 
shaft cam wheel acts as the lock, 
new parts may have to be added to 
relieve badly worn conditions, but 
this will not necessarily remedy the 
striking between dog and driver. If 
head is very badly worn and all gear- 
ing has considerable play, the dog 
may be advanced one cog which will 
bring the head into better time. Great 
care must be used in doing this, how- 
ever, for it often happens that a head 
so treated will work perfectly when 
operated by hand, but when driven 
by the packer shaft under actual con- 
ditions the tier shaft is not compelled 
to complete its revolution and this is 
not "driven home" and locked. This 
will then result in the discharge arms 
dropping down and in greater inter- 
ference between dog and driver. It 
is sometimes found necessary to re- 
place badly worn gears, in order to 
entirely eliminate this trouble. 

Knotter Head Troubles 

All binders are very similar. They 
combine the^ same principles, and al- 
though the detail of the mechanism 
may differ somewhat, still for every 
vital part on one make of machine 



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there can be found on each other 
Jnachine a part similar in function, 
very similar in shape, and often very 
similar in position. This is particu- 
larly true in the knotter head or that 
portion of the binder head which ties 
the knot. In discussing these troubles 
then, let us bear in mind that every 
make of binder has in some form 
each part shown in the second illus- 
tration, and that the functions of these 
parts are the same though the position 
and shape may vary slightly. 

The disc is that part which holds 
the end of the twine while the bundle 
is being formed. The bills, also shown 
in the illustration, are those parts 
which tie the knot. It is the function 
of the needle to bring up the needle 
end of the band, place it over the 
bills and into the disc where the disc 
catches it and securely holds both 
ends. The bills then revolve, forming 
a loop about themselves, and after 
revolving part way they open, seize 
both ends of the band, as shown in 



the illustration, and hold the ends of 
the band while the stripper arm pulls 
the loop off the bills — hence the ends 
of the band are pulled through the 
loop and the knot is tied. If these 
operations are kept clearly in mind 
the operator will find his tying trou- 
bles greatly simplified. 

Each operator should be able to 
tell just where his trouble lies by ex- 
amining the failing band and noting 
where it is found. 

In the third illustration. Figure 1 
found clinging to the bills with the 
simple knot tied around the bills and 
the loose end cut square and smooth, 
indicates that the disc spring is too 
loose and the twine tension is too 
tight. 

The same band found cast with the 
bundle instead of clinging to the bills 
would indicate that the disc is but 
slightly loose, yet too loose. The 
band, indicating such trouble is shown 
in Fig 2. 

Fig. 3 found clinging to the bills 



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but with the free end -crushed and 
ragged indicates that the disc is too 
tight and that the twine tension is 
also too tight. 

Fig. 4 found cast with the bundle 
instead of on the bills indicates that 
the twine tension is perfect but that 
the disc is slightly too tight. 

Fig. 5 found with the cast bundle 
and with both ends crushed and 
ragged indicates that the disc is very- 
tight. 

Notice the bent crinkled ends in 
Fig. 6 and that the band is formed 
with the bundle. The ends have been 
in the knot but have pulled out. The 
bills may be too loose or the "hump" 
on the underside of the upper bill 
may be worn away sufficiently so that 
the bills cannot hold the ends of the 
band securely enough when the loop 
is pulled off. This probably has 
<:aused a loose knot which pulled out 
when the bundle spread. If the bills 
are too loose tighten the bills spring. 
If the little "hump" is worn away 
file away a little of the stock behind 
the hump,^ using a rat-tail file. 

Fig. 8 is the familiar band which 
seems to be tied perfectly when the 
"bundle is first cast, but when the 
shocker grasps the bundle the band 
gives way and appears as shown. If 
the disc is at the proper tension, then 
the trouble is probably that the bills 
do not noen wide enough to grasp 
both ends of the twine in the disc. 
If the bills cam roller on the back of 



the upper bill is worn one-sided, sup- 
ply new parts. If the whole bills 
shaft has dropped down due to wear 
below the bills, pinion gear, place a 
very thin washer under pinion to 
bring the bills up against the knotter 
head frame where they belong. It 
sometimes happens that a very loose 
twine tension allows sufficient slack 
in the twine to arch slightly over the 
bills instead of being pulled down 
tightly over them. The upper bill 
will then nose in between the bands' 
ends instead of grasping both of them 
and a simjjle slij) knot is tied instead 
of a hard knot. 

Fig. 9 indicates a needle trouble. 
For some reason the needle has not 
placed the twine in the disc. Most 
likely the needle has carried up some 
green stuff of some kind which mo- 
mentarily clogs the disc. If this band 
occurs frequently, however, then prob- 
ably the eye of the needle has be- 
come so badly worn back, due to too 
tight a tension, that the needle can 
not advance far enough to place the 
twine in the disc. The needle should 
advance until it just barely touches 
the stripper or breast plate. If it 
does not advance that far it is prob- 
ably slow and the needle pitman 
should be shortened slightly. 

Make all binder head and knotter 
head adjustments gradually. A quar- 
ter of a turn of the studs on the disc 
and knotter bills springs is ample to 
remedy most troubles in those parts. 



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Agricultural Industry of St. Clair County 



By B. W. Tillman 



THE basic industry of St. Clair 
county is agriculture. Upon its 
development along rational scien- 
tific lines depends the ultimate moral 
and educational advancement of the 
people. 

Farming in the early settlement 
days in St. Clair county was crude 
and wasteful, little attention being 
given to proper seed-bred prepar- 
ation, seed selection, crop rotation, 
and fertilization, with the result that 
yields on many farms steadily de- 
creased. As the cause of the lower- 
ing yields became .appalrent, more 




B. W. TILLMAN 

attention was given to remedial 
measures, and at present there is a 
general tendency among the farmers 
to improve the crops by careful seed 
selection and treating for diseases 
and insects, and to increase the pro- 
ductivity of the soil by crop rotation, 
manuring, liming, use of .phosphatic 
fertilizers and the growing of legumes 
such as clover, cow-peas, soy beans, 
alfalfa and sweet clover. In order to 
facilitate this soil- and-orop-improve- 
ment work there was organi-ed in 
1918 the St. Clair County Farm 
Bureau. This bureau has been 
operating since June 1. 



Value of Agricultural Products. 

.'^.t the present, grain growing is 
the leading type of agriculture in the 
county, with] livestock farming, in- 
cluding the raising lof beef cattle, 
hogs and dairying, as- an important 
adjunct. The principal crops aire 
wheat, corn, oats, potatoes, clover, 
timothy and alfalfa. The value of 
all cereals' produced in 1909 was 
$4,761,122. Wheat was grown on 
114,907 acres with a total yield of 
2,021,081 bushels or 17 bushels an acre, 
according to the census of 1909. Corn 
was grown on 63,093 acres, yielding 
34 bushels an acre or a total of 3,205,- 
178 bushels. Irish potatoes were 
g'nown on 7,079 acres, yielding 820,743 
bushels. 

The total value of livestock is re- 
ported as $1,010,937. Hog raising 
constitutes an important branch of 
the livestock industry. Nearly every 
farmer fattens from 20 to 50 hogs a 
year. Hog raising (has been disas- 
trously affected at times by the 
prevalence of hog^ cholera. Much 
attention is now bemg given to hog- 
cholera vaccination work and there 
;s an awakening to the value of sani- 
tary measures in combating this 
disease.. The principal hog breeds 
are the Duroc-Jersey, Poland China 
and Berkshire. 

There are only a few flocks of 
sheep in the county, and sheep_ rais- 
ing does not receive the attention it 
deserves. The industry offers splen- 
did commercial iposstbilifties. Thle 
census reports only 1,026 sheep and 
goats in the county. 

Poultry is kept on all farms and 
constitutes an important source of 
income. There is an unexcelled 
local demand for poultry products 
and increased attention is being 
given to improvement of the stock. 
Some excellent flocks of Barred 
Riocks, Leghorns, and Rhode Island 
Reds are found in the county. 

Nature of. the Soils. 

The. soils of St. Clair county may 
be divided on the basis of physio- 
graphy into two groups, upland and 



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first bottom. The upland soils are 
loessal and glacial in origin. 

The loessal material covers the 
western part of the upland extending 
from the "vicinity of Millstadt, south- 
east beyond Freeburg, and thence 
north along Silver creek into Madi- 
son county in the vicinity of Lebanon. 
This soil is a porous, priable, brown- 
silt loam grading gradually into a 
light brown silty-clay 'loam. 

The glacial material in St. Clair 
county gives rise to two classes of 
soil, one a light gray silt over tight 
clay and the other a brown silt 
loam. The gray silt loam lies in the 
southern part of the county. The 
subsoil is very impervious and dram- 
age conditions are apt to be imper- 
fect. The brown silt loam lies in the 
northeastern part of the county. It 
includes small areas of black silt 
loam. It is somewhat higher in 
agricultural value than the gray silt 
loam. 

The first-bottom soil material 
comes from two main sources. That 
along the smaller streams, including 
the Kaskaskia river, is derived from 
local upland material. That in the 
flood plain of the Mississippi river 
has been formed from heterogen- 
eous deposits brpught down by that 
stream, including material derived 
not only from the local uplands but 
also from other soil provinces. The 
bottoms comprise some of the richest 
soils iof the county and are well 
adapted to a wide range of crops 
and moisture condition. 

Present Tendencies in Aericulture 
Development. 

With the formation of the St. Clair 
Countx Farm Bureau there has come 
a great stimulus to the work in soil, 
crop, and livestock improvement. 
While it is too early to state with any 
definiteness the things that have been 
accomplished, the bureau has con- 
ducted an active campaign looking 
towards increasing the use lof ground 
limestone and phosphatic fertilizers 
for soil building. At least 350 car- 
loads of ground limestone are being 
used in the county this year. Numer_ 
ous tests show that large areas of 
soil in the county need as much as 
three tons of ground limestone to 
correct the acidity. The greatest 
acidity is found in the gray silt loam 



in the southern part of the county. 
There are few soil areas in the 
county which would not be greatly 
benefited by applications of ground 
limestone. The importance of liming 
is clearly shown by the fact that 
clover is beginning to fail very seri- 
ously on many farms. One case is 
on (record where a man has failed to 
get a stand of clover on a certain 
piece of land for the last 10 years, 
but a small strip of this soil was 
limed a year ago and the stand of 
clover is perfect on this strip, where- 
as the unlimed land again ha^ a com- 
plete clover failure, -his is but one 
of hundreds of instances of this kind 
in the county. 

Liming lor clover is of the great- 
est importance because clover bears 
a closer relation to the problem of 
permanent soil enrichment in St. 
'Clair counfy than any other one crop. 
By growing a good crop of clover 
once in three or four years, the far- 
mer becomes independent of the fer- 
tilizer industry for his supply of ni- 
trogen, which at present prices is 
costing 40 cents a pound. If he feeds 
the crop to his animals and conserves 
the manure he maintains his soil in 
the most economical manner. A ton 
of clover returned to the soil supplies 
about 40 pounds of nitrogen to the 
soil in the most readily obtainable 
form for plants. On the other hand, 
the nitrogen added to the soil in an 
acre application of 150 pounds of an 
ordinary 2-10-2 fertilizer amounts to 
only three pounds per acre, and a 75- 
bushel com < rop will remove in the 
grain alone 75 pounds of nitrogen. 
Theire is, therefore, no surer way to 
soil depletion and ultimate bank- 
ruptcy than to neglect the supplying 
of nitrogen through clover or other 
legumes. 

Aside from the immediate eflFects 
on the fertility of the soil, rotating 
with clover enables one to control 
corn-root rot or the so-called fusar- 
ium disease which is becoming more 
and more serious in all parts of this 
state. Recent studies have shiown 
that the yields of com are lowered 
by as much as 20 per cent by the rav- 
ages of this fungus disease. 

Coupled with the use of lime should 
come an increased use of phosphatic 
fertilizer. Extensive studies by the 
University of Illinois have shown 



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that phosphorus is the limiting ele- 
ment of plant food in St. Clair county- 
soils as wen as in most soils of the 
state. The use of a phosphatic fer- 
tilizer is therefore a fundamentally 
necessary and scientifically correct 
•method of building up the fertility ot 
our soils. 

Livestock in St. Clair County. 

In connection with the livestock 
improvement work in the county, 
stress should first of all be placed 
upon the introduction of better-bred 
sires. This improvernent can prob- 
ably be best affected with dairy cat- 
tle tnrough the organization of bull 
clubs in different parts of the county. 
Such work is being contemplated by 
the farm bureau and should bring 
about a very decided improvement in 
the quality of our dairy cows. Better 
sires are also needed to head the 
herds of swine as well as the poultry 
flocks. With poultry, for example, 
research has established the fact that 
high-laying hens do not directly 
transmit their high egg-laying abil- 
ity to their female offspring. They 
do transmit it to the male offspring 
so t'hat if we wish to make any pro- 
gress in breeding for higher egg 
production we cannot give too much 
attention to the quality of the male 
bird. It is to the solution of this 
problem of animal breeding that the 
farm bureau is directing its atten- 
tion. Already a large number lof 
farm flocks have been carefully culled 
with the view of getting rid of the 
non-laying or unprofitable hens. This 
work has been highly successful to 
date, the results having shown that 
just as many eggs are being pro- 
duced in many flocks after 50 per 
cent or more .if the hens had been) 
discarded as unprofitable winter lay- 
ers. Along with this systematic se- 
lection, such points as proper feed- 
ing and housing are emphasized. 

In order to bring about a more sys- 
tematic sale of pure bred livestock 
it is the purpose to organize, in the 
near future, the St. Clair County 
Purebred Livestock Association. This 
will enable the livestock breeders to 
organize into committees such as the 
Duroc-.Tersey Association, enabling 
♦hem to co-operate in the develop- 
"^"-"•nt of their particular breeds. A 
decideuj advantage from such organ- 



izations- comes through concerted 
advertising and in the holding of an- 
ual sales. 

In the way of crop improvement, 
increasing attention is being given 
towards tne introduction of proper 
varieties of wheat and corn and the 
irrrprovement of the seed by selection. 
Recent trials have shown the very 
great profits resulting from the 
formaldehyde treatment of wheat and 
oats for smut. This work is being 
rapidly pushed until it promises to 
stamp out this disease of the cereals. 

Good Prospect for Fruit Growing. 

The loessal soil of St. Clair County 
comprises the best fruit land in the 
state of Illinois. This soil covers 
practically one-third of the total 
area of the county. Already a few 
highly successful commercial .or- 
chards are found on this soil and hun- 
dreds of small family orchards are in 
existence. However, it is no longer 
possible to grow fruit of high flavoiP 
and quality without resorting to 
spraying for the control of insects 
and diseases. The very great suc- 
cess attending such work on the 
commercial orchards in the county, 
and the ideal adaptability of our 
loessal soil for fruit growing, war- 
rant such an extension of the indus- 
try as to make it one of the most 
profitable phases of farming in t:ie 
county. 

In general, St. Clair county offers 
a very wide field for agricultural 
production, including unexcel'cd op- 
portunities for livestock husl)andry 
and horticulture. The county is al- 
ready one of the leading wheac-pro- 
ducing centers of the state and in the 
production of Irish potatoes it holds 
a prominent rank. There is an at- 
tractive field therefore for settlers 
who aire interested in a highly spec- 
ialized agriculture. Aside from its 
g'reat commercial possibilities the 
price of farm land has not as yet risen 
to the staggering heights of lands in 
other parts of the state and in north 
Missouri and Iowa, so that from an 
investment standpoint the county of- 
fers exceptional opportunities. The 
St. Clair County Federal Farm Loan 
Association is in operation and gniar- 
antees the farmer money at a low 
rate of interest and upon the most 
favorable terms. 



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and Mules, Dairy Cows and Poultry. 

(The Famous Alfocom Feeds) 

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OFFICERS 
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DIRECTORS 
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Louis Wolfort 



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St. Clair County Farmers' Directory 

Abbreviations Used in this Directory 

a — Acres; Ch — Children; O — Owner; T — Tenant or Renter; 
R — Rural Route; Sec — Section; Maiden name of wife follows 
directory name in parenthesis ( ); figures at end of informa- 
tion — year became resident of county. Star (*) indicates 
children not at home. Name of farm in quotation marks fol- 
lows names of children. In case of a tenant, the farm owner's 
name follows the figures giving size of farm. 

EXAMPLE 
Alexander, Lewis M. (Dora Vogler) Ch Lewis Jr.; Summerfield Lebanon 
SecSl Tl67a Helen M. Alexander (1896) North Grove Tel Summerfield 

MEANS 
Alexander, Lewis M. — Name. 
(Dora Vogler) — Wife's maiden name. 
Ch Lewis Jr. — Name of child. 
Summerfield — Postoffice Summerfield. 
Lebanon Sec21 — Township Lebanon Section 21. 
Tl67a— Tenant on 167 acres. 
Helen M. Alexander — Owner of 167 acres. 
(1896) — Lived in county since 1896. 

North Grove Tel. Summerfield — North Grove telephone Summerfield 
exchange. 



Adams, J. W. (Adele Feurer) New 
Athens R2 Prairie Du Long Secll 
O90a (1869) Bell T 1. Ploraville 

Agne, Louis (Rosa Funcke) Ch 
Henry, Ivouis, Charlie, August, 
♦Elizabeth. *Walter, *Theodore, 
*Thgophalus; Belleville Rl Smith- 
ton Secll T238a Joseph Bier (1881) 
Kinlock Tel. Belleville 

Ahring, WilUam F. (Anna Braksic) 
Ch Bennie, Arnold; O^Fallon R2 
CaseyvilLe Secl2 Tll2a IHenry 
Cohn(1917) Kinlock Tel. Collins- 
ville 

Albers, Henry (Lena Peters) Cb 
Minnie, Ella, Arthur, George, 
Flora; Marissa Rl Marissa T80a 
James Nevins (1909) Hickory 
Grove Tel. Marissa 

Albers, WUliam (Mary Hacker) Ch 
Emma, Martin, Walter, Otto, 
Louie, Edward; "Coulters Hill 
iFarm" Marissa R2 Marissa Sec22 
Ol40a (1899) Hickory 'Grove Tel. 
Marissa 



Albert, Charles (Mary Schwarze) Ch 
Barnett Sarfaty; Millstadt R2 Mill- 
stadt Sec29 TUOa Lena Albert 
(1888) Millstadt Tel. Millstadt 

Albert, William (Kathrene Miller) 
Ch Lucille, Clarence, Howard; 
Millstadt Rl Millstadt Secl6 
Ol7la (1881) Millstadt Tel. Mill- 
stadt 

Alexander, Lewis M. (Dora Vogler) 
Oh Lewis Jr; Summerfield Lebanon 
Sec21 Tl67a iHelen M. Alexander 
(1896) North Grove Tel. Summer- 
field 

Alexander, R. A. (Jessie L. Alexan- 
der) Ch Lucy, Plunkett, Nora, 
Marie; "Meadow Garden Farm" 
Belleville R6 Shiloh Valley Secl6 
O270a (1889) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Allen, Aseph (Mary A. Flory) Ch 
Aseph, George, Udell, Dewey, Es- 
ther, Mabel, *Merrell, *Belle, 
♦Lucille; Edgemont Sta. East St. 
Louis R3 Canteen Sec3 T52a Mer- 
rill Drug Co. (1850) 



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Amahn, John (Anna Coidie) Ch 
Arthur, Waller, Joe, Clarence, 
Paul, Irvin, Albert; Belleville Re 
St. Clair Sec24 Ol27a (1907) Bell 
Tel. Belleville 

Ameling, William (Tillie Krenning) 
iCh Henry, Frank, *Fred, *WiIliam, 
*Katie; Edgetnont Sta. East St. 
Louis R4 Canteen Sec24 T40a 
Annie Mahner (1879) 

Ammel, Nicholas Oh Clementine, 
Cecelia, Arthur, *Alvina, *Matilda, 
*Viola, *Stella, *Corine; Belleville 
R5 Stookey Sec36 Ol60a (1858) 
Bell Tel. Belleville 

Andres, Jacob (Mary Stromberger) 
Ch Christine, George, *John; Mas- 
coutah R3 Engelmann Secl6 0499a 
(1863) Looking-glass Tel. Mas- 
coutah 

Andres, John J. (Elsie Nenninger) 
Mascoutah R3 Engelmann SeclT 
Tl20a Jacob Andres (1893) LoOk- 
ing-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Anstedt, Jacob (Adele Ohatillon) Ch 
Eugene, Frank, Nestor, Adele; 
Mascoutah R2 Mascoutah Sec9 
Tl90a J. B. Padfield (1878) North 
Grove Tel. Summerfield 

Armbruster, John (Marie Cortner) 
'Ch Raymond, Lillie; "Prairie Leg- 
horn Farm" New Athens R2 
Prairie Du Long Sec29 Ol39a 
(1882) Farmers Tel. Hecker 



Armbruster^ Julius (August .Briel- 
maier) Cfh Gertrude M., Carl E., 
Ro^bert Joseplh; New Athens R2 
Prairie Du Long Sec32 Ol20a 
(1873) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Arnold, Mrs. Henry J. (Christiana 
Guthers) Ch Sophia, Martin, Oliva, 
Edna; Millstadt Rl Stookey SecSl 
OlOOa CIS'"''!) 

Arras, George P. (Emma Koch) 'Ch 
Esther, Estella, Irving, Hurlana; 
Millstadt R2 Sugar Loaf .Secl3 
O40a (1876) Farmers Tel. Oo-l- 
umbia 

Atkinson, Mrs. James H. (Mary 
.Scott) Ch James, Elma, *Maua, 
*Mabel, *Will; O'Fallon Rl O'Fa- 
lon Sec30 0266a (1832) KinlocK 
Tel. O'Fallon 

Aubuschon, Joseph G. (Katy Sauget) 
Ch Raymond, Katy,J'oseph, Lexice, 
Cora, Matilda, Ernest; East St. 
Louis Rl Centerville Cahokia 
Commonfields T53a Julius Pittz- 
mann (1878) 

Austin, Charles (Lena Lainche) Ch 
Charles E., Everett, May, Sarah, 
Eugene, iRaymond; Marissa IR2 
Lenzburg Sec36 0224a (1862) 
'Farmers T^. Marissa 

Aylward, Charles C "Edgmont Pro- 
duct Co. Farm" Edgemont Sta. 
East St. Louis R4 Canteen Sec36 
08a Edgemont Product Co. (1919) 



B 



Badgley,, Jam^es A. (Lucy Sisson) 

Ch William, *Lee, *Russel, *Cora, 

Ella; Belleville R3 Casey ville 

Sec34 073a (1839) Kinloch Tel. 

Belleville 

Badgley, Lee H. (Christina Schach- 
ner) Ch Virginia; Belleville R3 
Caseyville Sec 34 Ola (1889) Kiji- 
l>ock Tel. Belleville 

, Badgley, Lemuel T. (Eliza Poe) Ch 
Luther, Peter, Paul, Ruth; Belle- 
tvdUe R3 Caseyville Sec34 058a 
(1868) 
Badgley, Russel (Lillian Phillips) Ch 
George, Claude, William; Belle- 
ville R.B Caseyville Sec34 042a 
(1866) Kinlock Tel. Belleville 



Baechle, William (Clara Lindner) Ch 
Arthur, IFlorence; Belleville R« 
Shiloh Valley Sec20 Tl05a Steven 
Butz (1883) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Baer Bros., William, Jacob, Edmund 

Eliza Baer, m^other; Elsa, Freda, 
sisters; New Athens IR3 Lenzburg 
Sec21 O600a (1881) Farmers Tel) 
New Athens 

Baer, Daniel E. (Anna Dahlem) Ch 
Anna Melton "Elmv/ood Stock 
Farm" Trenton R2 Lebanon Sec34 
079a (1880) North Grove Tel. 
Summerfield 

Baer, Jacob B. Ch Lydia, Harry, 
Lilly, Ruth, Esther, Elizabeth, 
♦Martha; Trenton R2 Lebanon 
Sec23 OllOa (1855) North Grove 
Tel. Summerfield 



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Baer, Jae A. (Myrtle Fletcher) Ch 
Donald, Lester, Orville; Trenton R2 
Sec34 079a (1880) North Grove 
Tel. Summerville 

Baer, John C. (Mary Berger) Ch 
Addie, Olga, Daniel, Alfred, HHiMi, 
Clarence, Fredamarie; Trenton R3 
Lebanon Sec26 Ol24a (1863) North 
Grove Tel. Summerfield 

Baer, Julius (Anna Streb Ch Aurelia, 
Wilburt; Trenton R2 Lebanon 
Sec26 TSOa Lizzie Schoene (1913) 
North Grove Tel. Summerfield 

Baer, Otto J. (Delia Pletscher) Ch 
Raymond; Lebanon 'Rl Mascoirtah 
Sec5 T98a Sam Baer (1890) North 
Grove Tel. Summerfield 

Baer, Samuel S. (Eliza K. Reibold) 
Ch Clara, John, Menno, Samuei, 
Harold, Frieda, Marie, *Lizzie, 
*Ella, Otto; "Blue Grass Stock: 
Farm" Lebanon Rl Mascoutah 
Sec5 0275a T72a Karl Glaser (1879) 
North Grove Tel. Summerfield 

BaUey, Bert W. (Katie L. NeflF) Ch 
Marie, Myrtle, Plumer, Josephine, 
Hortense; Bdgemont Sta. East St. 
Louis R3 Canteen Secl9 Tl6Ca 
James A. Watts (1916) 

Bald, Charles W. (Lizzie Fett) Ch 
Hilda, Norine, Ralph ;Lenzburg R3 
Lenzburg Secl4 Ol20a (1884) 

Bald, Henry Ch Henry A., Claira; 
Lenzburg Lenzburg Secl4 Ol20a 
Farmers Line New Athens 

Baldus, John E. (Minnie Schaper- 
koetter) iCh John, Helen; Edge- 
mont Sta. E^st St. Louis R4 Casey- 
ville Secl9 T74a Ge'OTge Baldus 
(1887) 

Baldus, Walter E. (Mayme Kom- 
brink) Ch Leona, Esther; Cas- 
eyvUle Rl Caseyville Secl9 Tl50a 
George Baldus (1890) 

Baltz, Daniel A. (Marie Schwarz) Ch 
Lena, Lucy, Elenora, August, Ar- 
thur, *Elizabeth; Freeburg Rl 
Freeburg Sec32 O200a (1865) Kin- 
lock Tel. Freeburg 

Baltz, Emil F. Freeburg Rl Free- 
burg Sec29 OlOOa Kinlock Tel. 
Freeburg 

Baltz, Fred (Louisa Dippel) Ch Em- 
ilie; William Groh, husband ot 
Emilie; "Maple Grove Farm" New- 
Athens Rl Prairie Du Long SeclS 
OlOOa (1859) Kinlock Tel. Free- 
burg 



Baltz, Leonard H. (Lena Arras) Ch 
Arthur, Cora; Millstadt R2 Sugar 
Loaf Secl2 T315a Mrs. Mary Baltz 
(1869) Farmers Line Milstadt 

Baltz, William J. (Anna M. Krauss) 
Ch Erna A., Herbert O. E.; Free- 
burg Rl Freeburg Sec32 OlZyizi 
(1861) Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 

Barbier, Louis (Carolina Weissert) 
Ch Freda; Edgemont Sta. East St. 
Louis R3 Canteen Sec23 T60a Ed- 
ward Barbier (1878) 

Barthel, A. W. (Mary Gauch) Ch 
Helen E.; "Plain View Grain and 
Stock Farm" New Athens Rl 
Prairie Du Long Sec23 Tl75a Mag- 
dalene Barthel (1873) Farmers 
Line New Athens 

Barthel, Edward (Lulu Reinheimer) 
Ch Arthur E.; "Maple Tree Stock 
and Grain Farm" New Athens Rl 
Prairie Du Long Sec28 Tl37a Anna 
Barthel (1880) Farmers Line New 
Athens 

Barttelbort, Henry (Rosa Mueller) 
Ch Elmer, Clarence, Anita, Mel- 
vin, Arkell; O'Fallon Rl O'iPallon 
Secl7 Tl65a Adam Rhein (1869) 
Bell Tel. Belleville 

Barttelbort, Theodore A. (Lydia I. 
Weber) Ch Olivia. Mabel, Ken- 
neth, Allen; BellevUle Rl Shiloh 
Valley Sec26 OSOa (1885) Kinloch 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Bassler, Aleck Mascoutah R2 Mas- 
coutah Secl8 Tl47a Francis Bass- 
ler (1859) ^ . X ^^ 

Bassler, John (Louisa Friest) Ch 
Louis, John, Gustave, Mary, Mm- 
nie, Louisa, *Tillie, *PauHna, ♦Liz- 
zie- New Baden Mascoutah Secl9 
Tl60a George Richter (1869) Kin- 
loch Tel. New Baden 

Bassler, MUje (Sophia Richter) Ch 
Daly, Frank, Herman; Mascoutah 
R2 Mascoutah SeclS T96a Mrs. 
Francis Bassler (1861) 

Batton, Jacob P. (Lena iHamel) Ch 
James, Almeda, Mary, Alfred, 
Alice; Mascoutah R2 Mascoutah 
Sec20 T240a Julius Postal (1911) 
Kinloch Tel. Mascoutah 

Bauer, Amdrew (Louisa Haseman) 
Lebanon Rl Lebanon Sec7 075a 
(1915) Kinlock Tel. Lebanon 

Bauer, Henry (Maggie Groves) Ch 
Edward, Emma, Albert, Henry, 
Anna; Lebanon Rl Lebanon SecSi 
Tl70a Dan Schmitt (1913) 



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Bauer, John (Kuni Krauss) Ch 
George, Pete, John, William, *An- 
drew, George, Louis, Kate, 
*Dina; Caseyville Rl Casey ville 
SeclO 0210a (1857) 

Bauer, Joseph C. (Ida Rist) Ch Jos- 
eph, Elizabeth, Cecelia; Mascou- 
tah R3 Engelmann Secl6 Tl60a 
Henry Lang (1887) Looking Glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Bauer, Joseph C. (Ida Koesterer) Ch 
Anna, Lucille, Frances; Belleville 
Re St. Clair Secl4 Ol5a (1887) Bell 
Tel. Belleville 

Bauer, Oswald (Wilhelmina Jotte) 
Ch Theresia, *Joseph; Mascoutah 
'R3 Englemann Secl6 TSOa Henry 
Lang (1855) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Becherer, Charles (Katie Nepp) Ch 
Lena. Edmund, Emil; New Athens 
R2 Prairie Du Long Secl5 OlOOa 
(1880) Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Becherer, John (Bernadina Berhel) 
Ch Oliva, Alphonse; Belleville R2 
Smithton SeclO TlOOa Joe Bech- 
erer (1888) Belleville Tel. Belle- 
ville 

Becherer, Louis (Louise Baechle) 
Ch Leander, Lawrence, Lester; 
Belleville R2 Smithton Sec9 Tl27a 
August Schleuter (1886) Kinlock 
Tel. Belleville 

Bechtlofft, Adam (Applone Bugger; 
Ch Pete, Melinda, Emma, Henry, 
*John. *Mary; O'Fallon Rl 0»Fal- 
lon Sec33 Ol88a (1843) 

Bechtold, Arthur (Mary Kremmer) 
Ch Armon; BellevUle R6 Shiloh 
Valley Sec20 TlOBa Anna K. 
Thomas (1889) Bell. Tel. Belle- 
ville 

Bechtoldt, Fred L. (Lizzie Koerber) 
Ch Hilda, Elsie, Charles: New Ath- 
ens R7 Prairie Du Long Sec9 Ol30a 
(1873) Floraville Tel. Flioraville 

Bechtoldt, Henry Jr. (Hilda Cordel) 
Ch Elmer, Marie; Belleville Rl 
Shiloh Valley Sec29 Tl06a Adolph 
Knobeloch, (1868) Bell Tel._Belle- 
ville 

Beck, Charles W. (Anna Kaufmann) 
Ch Ferdinand, Emma, George, El- 
sa, *Otto, *Ida; New Athens R3 
Lenzburg Secll 042a (1858) 

Beck, Henry (Christina Schoening) 
New Athens R3 Lenzburg Secll 
05a (1886) 



Beck, Mrs. Louise (Louise Eichhorn) 
Ch Peter, Katie, William, Lena, 
♦Charles, *Louip, *Ma)ry, *Lizzie, 
*Henry; "Beck Farm" New Athens 
R3 Lenzburg Secl4 Ol60a (1844) 
Farmers Line New Athens 

Beck, Peter P. (Anna Falkenhein) Ch 
Edwin, Ella, Edna, iFreda, Viola, 
Johnnie; New Athens R3 Lenzburg 
Sec21 T240a William Kneuitz 
(1876) Farmers Line New Athens 

Beck, William F. (Clara Maul) Ch 
Harvey, H'arlin; "Beck Farm" New 
Athens R3 Lenzburg Secl4 TlBOa 
Louise Beck (1885) Farmers Line 
New Athens 

Becker, John (Jio,hanna Gross) Ch 
Elmer, Walter, Philip, Harold, Ot- 
to, Philipine, Dorothy; Trenton R3 
Lebanon Secl2 TlfiOa John JTaas 
(1911) 

Becker, John Ch John, Francis, 
*Clara, *Joseph, Aloysius, Sr. M. 
Leocadia, Marcelus; O'Fallon 

OlFallon Secl9 Tl70a Mace Bros. 
(1860) 

Becker, WUliam (Caroline Blind) Ch 
Marie, Willie; New Athelns R3 
Lenzburg Sec27-28 082a (1888) 
Farmers Line New Athens 

Beckman, John (Anna Koehler) Ch 
Leola, Laurene, Cletus, Orrin, El- 
ton, Melvin, Lucile, Bernice, Ev- 
elyn; Lebanon R2 O'Fallon Sec35 
085a (1870) 

Beckmann, Christian (Christina Goss- 
man) Ch William H.; Philip C. 
Beckmann, father; Lenzburg Rl 
Marissa Sec3 Ol70a (1881) Mud 
Creek Tel. Marissa 

Bee, Mrs. Amelia (Amelia Schwab) 
Ch Charlie, Hugo, Lizzie, Xavier, 
Edward, George, Albert, joe, Em- 
il, .Amelia, Frieda, Hilda; Leb- 
anon Rl Mascoutah Sec6 T270a 
A. and George Perrin (1902) Look- 
ing-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Beedle, Samuel (Ella Ogle) Ch Lor- 
ing, Leland, Catharine, Edna, 
Stanley, Eleanor, Elberta; Casey- 
ville Rl Caseyville Secl5 Tl20a 
S. H. Beedle (1877) Kinlock Tel. 
O'Falton 

Beelman, Frank J. (Elizabeth Som- 
mer) Ch Veronica. Beatrice, Mar- 
cella, Celestine; Maiissa Rl i'av- 
etteville Secl5 Ol25a (1896) Farm- 
ers Line St. Libory 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Begole, Elmer C. (Ida Niebruegge) 
Ch Mabel, Francis; Caseyville Rl 

Caseyville Sec2i Farm Manager El- 
tert Begole (1888) 

Begole, Ford O'Fallon R2 Caseyville 
Sec26 077a F. Begole, B. Begole 
and Miller (1880) 

Behrens, Albert C. (Ida Eckert) Ch 
Elmer, Ethel, RrJph, Irene, Hil- 
ma. Hazel, Howard; O'Fallon Rl 
O'Fallon Sec29 OaVAa (1866) Kin- 
lock Tel. O'Fallon 

Behrens, Miss Cora O'Fallon Rl 
O'Fallon Sec28 Ol71a (1871) Kin- 
lock Tel. O'Fallon 

Behrmann, William G. (Catherine 
Koehler) Ch Andrew; St. Libory 
Rl Fayetteville Secl5 T90a Casper 
Koehler (1918) 

Beil, George A. (Barbara Kraft) Ch 
George Jr., Florence, Arthur, Dor- 
othy; "Grassland Farm" Belleville 
R6 Shiloh Valley Sec22 TlGOa John 
Hirsch (1880) 

BeU, Mike F. Jr. (Anna S. Kraft) Ch 
Delores; "Sycamore Grove Farm" 
Belleville R2 Smithton Sec4 Tl35a 
Louis Rheim (1879) Bell Tel. Belle- 
ville 

Beisiegel, Edward (Mary Golsch) Ch 
Anna, Pearl, Bertha, Edward; 
Belleville R2 Smithton Sec9 Tl44a 
John Siddill (1895) Bell Tel. Belle- 
ville 

Beisiegel, Fred (Emma Ackermann) 
Ch Willam, Mamie, Walter; Belle- 
ville R2 Smithton Secl9 T90a M. 
Ackermann 

Belderbeck, William H. (Martha 
Moore) Ch Edna, Olga, *George, 
*Hiram, *William, *Ivy, *Eva, 
♦Anna; Marissa R2 Lenzburg Sec36 
Tl80a Fred Wagner (1918) Farm- 
ers Line Marissa 

Bender, Chris J. (Johanna Ruch) Ch 
Ida, Eddie, Anna, George, Christy, 
Louis, *Nick, *Minnie, *John; 
Belleville Rl Smithton Sec2 O70a 
(1864) 

Bender, Nicolas C. (Lena Blinn) Ch 
Fred, Ethel; Belleville R6 Shiloh 
Valley Sec9 Tl02a A. Alexander 
(1887) 

Bennett, Louis I. (Lizzie Dashney) 
Ch Joseph, Louis; East St. Louis 
Rl Centerville, Cahokia, Common- 
fields 02a (1864) 



Bentelmann, Adolph (Anna Esped- 
schied) Ch Elvira, Mildred; Leb- 
anon Lebanon Sec31-32 Ol75a 
Fred Bentelmann (1875) 

Bentler, Marcus A. (Katie C. 
Schmidt) Ch lerne. Ruby, Ethel; 
Trenton Ra Mascoutah Sec3 Ol9a 
TlOla Caroline Sewald (1916) 
North Grove Tel. Summerfield 

Bergdolt, Jacob (Emma Kreamer) 
Ch Katie, Mary, Annie, Margaret, 
Emma, Elsa; Trenton R2 Lebanon 
Sec24 OlOOa (1909) 

Bergmann, August R. (Rebecca 
Knoetzner) Ch Anna, Freda, 
♦Clara; Caseyville Rl Caseyville 
Sec20 TsOa Margaret Bergman 
(1869) 

Bergmann, Frank H. (Caroline Nie- 
bruegger) Ch Ida, Annie, Emma, 
Ella, Frederick, William, *Henry, 
♦Frank, *Minnie; Caseyville Rl 
Caseyville Sec28 0201a (1861) 

Berkel, Fred L. (Anna Schaefer) Ch 
Ch Bertha, Fred, Phillip, John, 
♦Lena, ♦Berndina, ♦Mary, ♦Will- 
iam; Freeburg R3 Prairie Du Long 
Sec9 OlOOa (1864) Floraville Tel. 
Floraville 

Berkel, Ignatz L. (Caroline Klinger) 
'Ch Fred E., Frances, Margaret, 
Ida, ♦Mary; Freeburg R3 Prairie 
DuLong Sec5 Ol35a (1870) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 

Berkel, Lawrence B. (Stella Seibert) 
Ch Delmar, Mildred; Freeburg Rl 
Freeburg Sec31 Tl50a W. S. 
Miller (1879) Kinlock Tel. Free- 
burg 

Bernhardt, Henry M. (Albertina 
Schildknect) Lebanon R2 O'Fallon 
Secl5 TllOa Jacob Bernhardt 
(1892) 

Bernhardt, Jacob M. (Lizzie Schur- 
mann) Ch Josie, Edward, Lizzie, 
Lulu, ♦Jacob, ♦George, ♦Henry, 
♦Ida, ♦Pearl; Lebanon R2 O'Fallon 
Secl5 Ol26a (1866) 

Bernhardt, Jake Jr. (Katie Gutter- 
sohn) Ch Bernetta; O'Fallon Rl 
O'Fallon Sec8 Tll5a Julius Gutter- 
sohm (1888) Kinlock Tel. O'Fallon 

Bertelath, John (Emma Siebert) Ch 
Dorothy; "Fairview Farmi" Mill- 
stadt Rl Smithton Sec7 097a 
(1915) 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Bertels, Ben C. (Freda C. Rohwel- 
ler) Ch Elmer; Edgemont Sta. 
East St. Louis R2 Canteen Sec3 
028a (1914) 

Bertels, John B. (Lizzie L Taake) 
Ch J. Emil, J. Bennie, J. Fred, 
J. Henry, J. George, *Estella; 
Edfeemont Sta. East St. Loms R3 
Canteen Sec4 026a T22a John B. 
Bertels Sr. (1869) 

Bertelsman, George (Alvina Ammel) 
Freeburg Rl Smithton Sec24 Tl20a 
Joe Schwartz (1883) Kinlock Tel. 
Freeburg 

Bertelsmann, Edward L. Belleville 
R3 St. Clair SecB T80a J. R. Bert- 
elsmann (1888) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Bertelsmann, Elmer D. (Elizabeth 
Gundlach) Ch Aurelia; Belleville 
R6 St. Clair Secl4 T79a William 
Alexande- (1897) Bell Tel. Belle- 
ville 

Bertelsmann, Mrs. Frank (Schwaegel) 
Ch Emil, Gertrude, William, Mag- 
dalina, Eugene, Regina, Charles, 
Walter; Belleville R2 Smithton 
Sec9 O70a (1868) Bell Tel. Bellville 

Bertelsmarm, Henry (Lizzie Evers- 
man) Ch George, Louis, Emma; 
Belleville R5 Smithton Sec9 OlOOa 
(1856) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Bertlesmann, Henry F. (Katharine 
Holdener) Ch Xavier, Aloys, Ed- 
mund, Melchior, Cecelia, Rose, 
Theodore, Otto, Cornelius; Belle- 
ville R2 St. Clair Sec33 OSOa (1863) 
Bell Tel. Belleville 

Bertelsmann, John F., (Anna Evers- 
man) Ch Louie, Joe, Lizzie, *Katie, 
♦Mary Belleville R5 Smithton 
Sec6 092a (1854) Bell Tel.- Belle- 
ville 

Bertelsmann, John H. (Emily Son- 
tag) Ch Adele, Elmer, Irvin, 
Helen; Belleville R2 Smithton 
Sec9 098a (1875) Bell Tel. Belle- 
ville 

Bertelsmann, Joseph (Amelia Reuth- 
ermann) Ch Cleola; Belleville R2 
Stookey Secl6 T70a Mrs. Joseph 
Reuthermann (1891) Farmers Tel. 
Millstadt 

Bertelsmann, Philip (Elizabeth 
Riedl) Ch Joseph, Nora, Kath- 
arine, Mary, Emil, Agnes, Rosa, 
Edna, Walter; Edgemont Sta. East 
St. Louis R4 Caseyville Sec29 
T80a C. Halloran (1882) 



Bertram, Herman J. (Louisa Goet- 
ter) Qh Florence, Helen, Fayneida, 
Sertella; O'Fallon R2 O'Fallon 
Secl8 TllOa Mary Simmons (1898) 
Kinlock Tel. O'Fallon 

Besse, Jacob (Delia Haffner) Martin 
Haffner, father; Millstadt Rl Mill- 
stadt Sec9 07a (1885) 

Besse, John F. (Louisa Bertels- 
mann) Ch Regina, Edna, Esther, 
Henry; Millstadt Rl Millstadt 
Secl7 O40a (1880) 

Beste, Ediward L. (Hilda Erbe) Ch 
Edward; Freeburg R2 Freeburg 
Sec26-35 0288a (1870) Kinlock 
Tel. Freeburg 

Bettis, Alexander H. (Lena Mund) 
(5h John, Louise, Edna, ♦Lena; 
East Carondelet Sugar Loaf Sec 
Commonfields Tl25a Adam Karr 
(1901) 

Bevelot, Louis N. (Augustine P. 
Grault) Ch Ferdinand, Sylvester^ 
Stephen, Lawrence, ♦Sopha, ♦Fran- 
cis, ♦ Margaret: Centerville Station 
Rl Centerville Sec33 022^a 
(1857) 

Bevirt, Don A. (Rose Davidson) Ch 
Fred, Leslie- O'Fallon Rl Casey- 
\nlle Secl5 O70a T20a (1866) Kin- 
lock Tel. O'Fallon 

Bevirt, George (Carrie Pausch) Ch 
Edith, Kenneth; Caseyville Rl 
Caseyville Secl5 085a (1880) Kin- 
lock Tel. O'Fallon 

Bevirt, Noah (Ollie Feig) Ch Ruth, 
Gladys; CasejndUe Rl Caseyville 
Secl4 T95a Ella King (1872) 

Biebel, H. L. (Minnie Jahraus) 
Belleville R2 St. Clair Sec33 Ol20a 
(1865) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Biebel, Oliver D. (Anna Zinck) Ch 
Oliver Jr., C. Laurinda; "Hickory 
Grove Farm" Mascoutah R2 Mas- 
coutah Sec27 Ol58a (1876) Look- 
ing-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Biehl, George (Rosie Linder) Ch 
Arthur, Irene, Elmer; "Green Oak 
Farm" Belleville R2 Smithton 
Secl7 O240a (1855) Floraville Tel. 
Floraville 

Biekert, John (Fredricka Oechsle) 
Ch John Jr., Joseph, Walter, Rosa, 
Dominick, Elsie, William, Lena, 
Agnes; Belleville Rl St. Clair 
Sec35 T200a Ed. Leopold (1893) 
Kinloch Tel. Belleville 



46 



FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Birkner, Fred W. (Mary Brand) 
New Athens R2 Prairie DuLong 
Sec3 Oll6a (1875) Farmers Tel. 
Hecker 

Birkner, Louis (Louisa Baredick) 
Ch Oscar, William, Frank, Em- 
ma, Henry, *Frieda; New Athens 
R2 Prairie DuLong Sec32 Oll2a 
(1866) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

BischofF, Charles H. (Emma Kruse) 
Ch Leona; Mascoutah R3 Engel- 
mann Sec8 Tl60a Robert Dickhart 
(1884) Looking-glass Tel. Mas- 
coutah 

BischofF, Philip (Katie Reinhardt) 
Ch Elmer, Minnie, Philip Jr.; Mas- 
coutah Rl Engelmann Secl4 Tl32a 
Mrs. Martin Welker (1868) Look- 
ing-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Biver, Edward (Viola Ammiel) Ch 
Clarence, Arthur, Melvin, Cyril, 
Irvin; Belleville R6 Shiloh Valley 
Secl9 TllOa M. M. Alexander 
(1884) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Biver, Frank (Fannie Loyet) Ch 
Loretta; Belleville R5 Stookey 
SecSe Tll5a John Biver (1892) 
Farmers Tel. Millstadt 

Black, John L. (Nora Jones) Tren- 
ton R3 Lebanon Sec4 TlOOa Rich- 
ard Ellis (1906) St. Jacob Tel. 
Kinloch 

Blaies, Edward (Amanda Gauch) Ch 
Clifford, Elvera; Belleville Rl 

Shiloh Valley Sec34 Tl92a Augusta 
Gauch (1876) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Blake, Jesse A. (Annie Bonner) Ch 
Lina, Eva, John, *Jesse Jr., *Iva; 
Belleville Rl St. Clair Sec35 Tla 
Ed. Abend (1867) 

Blake, Jesse W. (Paula Klemme) Ch 
Paula; BellevUle Rl St. Clair 
Sec35 T98a Ed. Abend (1892) 

Blinn, Fred (Anna Shmidt) Ch Otto, 
Emil, Harold, *Lena, *Freda, 
♦Annie; Freeburg R2 Freeburg 
Secl6 Ol80a (1861) Kinlock Tel. 
Freeburg 

Blinn, George D. (Minnie Volz) Ch 
Caroline, Emma; Freeburg R2 
Freeburg Sec26 Tl60a Edward 
Beste (1867) Kinlock Tel. Mas- 
coutah 

Blinn, Mrs. Jacob (Rosa Dold) Ch 
Herman, Ida, Walter; Belleville Rl 
Freeburg Sec4 Ol21a (1855) 



Block, Louis (Barbara Wentzel) Ch 
Arthur, Fred, *Anna, *Will, *Ida, 
♦Henry; CoUinsville Casey ville 
Sec4 TllOa George Nichols (1902) 
Kinlock Tel. CoUinsville 

Blum, Adam (Emma Sink) Ch Ervin, 
Freda; Mascoutah Mascoutah 
Sec30 046a T54a Mary Kuehn 
(1859) 

Blumyer, August J. (Mattie L. 
Adams) Ch Harry, Helen, Louise, 
August, Clarence; "Valley View 
Farm" Edgemont Sta, East St 
Louis R4 Canteen Sec25 T35a St. 
Peter's Cemetery (1874) 

Blumyer, Edward (Matilda Harton) 
Ch Edward Jr., Charles, Norman; 
"Kamner Farm" Belleville R3 St. 
Clair Sec5 T7a T. Florence (1918) 

Boehm, Arthur A. (Emma Haas) 
Ch Alfred, Florence, Raymond, 
Wilbert, Arthur, Elmer; Belleville 
R4 Stookey Sec22 Tl52a Daniel 
Haas (1885) Farmers Tel. Mill- 
stadt 

Boeker, Henry (Dora Ailes) Ch 
Minnie, Ida, Henry Jr., *Edward, 
♦Fred; Fred C. Boeker, brother; 
Waterloo R3 Millstadt Sec3S O80a 
(1870) Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Boggy, William G. (Minnie Seger) 
Ch Effie, Earl; Trenton R2 Leb- 
anon Sec35 Tl40a Mi's. Mary 
Shoene (1907) North Grove Tel. 
Summerfield 

Bogner, Valentine J. (Emma Klein) 
Ch Walter, Alma, Erwin, Enita, 
Irma, Earnest, Martha; Freeburg 
Rl Smithton Secl3 09a (1899) 

Bogusch, Rudolph J. (Paulina fc. 
Waeltz) Ch Herman R., Estelle 
M., E Adalia, Mildred L.; Mcuissa 
R2 Marissa Sec20 T62a Margaret 
Wachsmith (1864) Short Line Tel. 
Marissa 

Bohnemeir, John H. (Matilda 
Beierlein) Ch Stella, Mabel, Har- 
old, Frederick, Elmer; East Caron- 
delet Rl Sugar Loaf Sec«3 093a 
(1884) Farmers Tel. Columbia 

BoUer, Hugo W. (Alma Kruse) Ch 
Pearl, Mertie; Mascoutah R3 
Engelmann Secl8 Tl20a Gust Zer- 
ban (1888) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Bollmeier, Christoph (Clara Eck- 
ert) Johanna, Anita, Ella, Otto, 
Oscar, Arlinf; Leiizburg Rl Fay- 
etteville Sec28 O220a (1877) Pleas- 
ant Ridge Tel. Darmstadt 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DrRECTORY 



BoUmeier, Henry C. (Elizabeth 
Lehi) Ch Leo.ia.d; Lenzbarg Rl 
Fayetteville Sec21 Ol04a (1914) 
Pleasant Ridjc Tel. Darmstadt 

Bonhard, Miss Anna Belleville R4 
Stookey Secl3 034ra Johii Bonhard 
Est. (1879) Kinlock Tel. Belle- 
ville 

Bopp, Charles L. (Mary E. Knipp) 
Ch Esther, Anita, Elvira; Mascou- 
tah R2 Mascoutah Secl3 T80a 
Louis Schaubert (1913) Looking- 
glass Tel. Maccovtah 

Bossier, Charles (Kathryn Dickhaut) 
Ch Edward, Phillip, Olivie, 
♦Charles A.^ *Oscar; Valentine 
Dickhaut, father; Belleville Rl 
St. Clair Sec36 Tl05a Jacob Bech- 
erer (1863) 

Bossier, Nicholas S. (Adela Leh- 
man) Ch Virginia; O'Fallon Rl 
Shiloh Valley Tl30a Philip Scott 
Est. (1914) Bol' Tel. Belleville 

Bosworth, Curtis. R. (Jennie J. Mil- 
ler) Ch Irma, Marcellus, Christine, 
Curtis N.; Washington Park Can- 
teen SeclO Tl25i>. Harding Bros. 
(1903) 

Bowser, Jessie (Frances Reese) Ch 
Nathaniel, Clemmie, Emma, Fran- 
ces, *Ms^die, *Rosa; East St. Louis 
Rl Centerville Cahokia Common- 
fields T47a Julius Pittzmann (1862) 

Boyle, A. J. Mattie Leemon) Ch Rob- 
ert, Samuel, Paul, *Foster, ♦Bar- 
ton, *Walker; "Elm Gnove Farm" 
Marissa R3 Marissa Sec34 Ol79a 
(1900) City Line Tel. Marissa 

Bradford, Charles. F. (Clementine 
(Dial) Ch Thomas; Washington 
Park Canteen ScclO TlBOa Fred 
Harding (1899) Bell Tel. East 

Brandienburger, Alex (Florence 
Schmiedlin) Ch Waldo, Virginia, 
Doris; "Broad Hollow Farm" New 
Athens R2 Prairie Du Long Secl2 
T200a Peter Brandenburger (1888) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Brandenburger, Philip (Catherine 
i^ink) Ch Edmund, Walter, Jo- 
hanna, 'Minn, Emma, *Adolph; 
"Maple View Farm" Freeburg R3 
Smithton Sec32 Oll6a (1851) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Breautigam, Fred J. (Lillian Krazer) 
Ch Roger, Evelyn, Maurice; Free- 
burg R2 Freeburg Sec20 Ol20a 
(1883) Kinlock Tel. Freeburg 



Brenfleck Bros., Anthony, Henry 
Centerville Station Rl Stookey Sec9 
Tll5a Julius Lopinot (1879) 

Brennan, Robert L. "Sessman Live- 
stock Farm" East St. Louis Rl 
Centerville Sec Cahokia Common- 
fields Tlli^a Dr. Forest (1918) 

Brenner, Edgar (Emelia Schaefer) 
Freeburg Rl Prairie Du Long Sec2 
078a (1883) Floraville Tel. Flora- 
ville 

Brenner, William (Amanda H. E. 
Skaer) Ch Olivia H.; Smithton 
Smithton Sec34 066^a (1873) 
Farmet-s Tel. Floraville 

Bretsch, Fred (Katie Kiem) Ch Rob- 
ert, Dora, Herman, *Amelia, ♦Vi- 
ola; New Athens R3 New Athens 
Sec34 Tll3a Philip Kiem (1872) 
Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Bretsch, Phillip (Elizabeth Schwebel) 
Ch Edward T., Hilda K., Oscar A., 
Frieda K., Phillip C, Elmer A., 
♦Elona M.; New Athens Rl Prairie 
Du Long Secl3 OlOOa (1861) Kin- 
lock Tel. New Athens 

Bridges, Walter R. (Cynthia Ebert) 
Lebanon R2 O'Fallon Sec35 TllOa 
Charles Runkwitz (1889) Kinlock 
Tel. Lebanon 

Brielmaier, Joseph (Mary Schw.^.egel) 
Ch Robert, Edwin, Ben, Clement, 
Victor, Adella, Lucinda, Anna, ♦Ce- 
celia;^ Augusta, *Edna, ♦Herman; 
New Athens R2 Prairie Du Long 
Sec25 Ol88a (1861) Kinlcck Tel. 
New Athens 

Briesacher, Gustave (Olinda Wey- 
haupt) Ch Ha^el, Howatd, Her- 
schel; Belleville R2 Smithton SeclG 
Tl07a Frank Nehring (1872) 

Brinkmann, Henry (Dora Voder- 
berg) Ch Gertrude, Harry, ♦Ed- 
ward, ♦Louise; East Carondelet Rl 
Sugar Loaf Sec Commonfields 
056a (1887) 

Brown, David (Ella Smith) Ch Bess, 
Dorothy, Hazel, Mabel, Pauline, 
Laverne; Marissa R2 Lenzburg 
Sec36 GeOOa (1914) Farmers Tel. 
Marissa 

Brown, Florenz (Rosie Brown) Ch 
♦Oliver; Edgemont Sta. East St. 
Louis R3 Canteen Secl2 T40a A. 
Johnson (1860) 

Brown, William J. (Bessie Hamilton) 
Ch Billie Jr.; "South End Stock 
Farm" Marissa Marissa Sec27 096a 
(1912) Farmers Mutual Tel. Mar- 
issa 



48 



FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Bruehl, George (Katy Dohrmann) Ch 
Cora, Adolpli, Minnie, Ruth, ♦Jos- 
eph; Millstadt Rl Millstadt Secl4 
O40a (1868) Floraville Tel. Flora- 
ville 
Bruehl, Henry (Lilly Weygandt) 
Ch Olga, Edgar, Oscar, Victor, 
Alton, Harry; Millstadt Rl Mills- 
tadt Secl4 059a (1875) Floraville 
Tel. Floraville 
Bruster, Mrs. Katie Ch Phillip, Mar- 
tin, Alaria, August, Maggie, ♦Char- 
lie, *Ena, *Anna; Freeburg R3 
Prairie DuLong Secl8 Ol02a 
(1860) Floraville Tel. Floraville 
Brutto, Joseph (Emma Jogg) Ch 
Olinda, Adolph, Walter, Sylvester; 
Belleville Rl St. Cair Sec35 045i^a 
(1900) Kinlock Tel. Belleville 
Bub, Fred A. (Ida Widicus) Ch 
Irene, Mabel; New Baden Mascou- 
tah Secl4 Tl60a Teddy Widicus 
(1910) Looking-glass Tel. New 
Baden 
Buck, Herman (Annie Huesemann) 
Ch Ruth, *Fred, *Walter Edfee- 
mont Sta. East St. Louis R4 Cas- 
eyville Sec30 026a (1891) 
Buecher, Emil S. (Freda Klein- 
schmidt) Ch Adelia, Paula; Mill- 
stadt Rl Millstadt Sec6 TlSOa Ferd 
Kleinschmidt. (1896) Millstadt Tel. 
Millstadt 
Buecher, Louis W. (Hilda Petry) Ch 
Vernon, Irma; Millstadt R2 Mill- 
stadt Sec22 OSOa (1881) Floraville 
Tel. Floraville 
Buechle, Leopold W. (Josephine 
Schneider) Ch Hilda, Ellenora, 
Irma, Leona; Belleville Rl Shiloh 
Valley Sec29 Tl30a W. T. Knobe- 
loch (1877) Bell Tel. Belleville 
Buehler, George J. (Hilda Sins) 
Ch Arthur; BelleviUe R2 Smith- 
ton Secl5 Tl48a M. W. Scheffer 
(1910) 
Bug, William (Freda Hesse) Ch 
Irene, William, *Lucile, *Elsa; 
O'Fallon R2 Caseyville Secl4 Tl69a 
Cora Darrow^ (i860) Kinlock Tel. 
O'Fallon 
Bugger, George C. (Anna Fohne) Ch 
Oscar, Omer; Troy Rl O'Fallon 
Sees Ol34|^a T8a (1910) Kinloch 
Tel. Troy 
Buhr, Dominick (Marguerite Boggy) 
Ch Dominick Jr., *Frank, *Joc, 
♦Maggie, *Nickalos, *Luella, 

♦Christian; Belleville R6 Shiloh 
Valley Sec4 T60a Peter Rasp (1855) 



Buhr, Nick (Lizzie Smith) Ch 
George, Florence; O'Fallon Rl 
O'Fallon Sec20 Tl60a Michael 
Schwartz (1878) 

Burdorf, Elizabeth (Elizabeth Loah- 
mann) Ch Ed. Lizzie; Ekigemont 
Sta. East St. Louis Ra Centcrville 
Sec29 033a (1875) 

Burg, George A. (Ruth Writ) Ch 
Virginia Lee; Centcrville Rl Cen- 
terville Secl8 T85a Henry Burg 
(1890) Farmers Tel. Millstadt 

Burg, Henry (Barbara Harris) Ch 
Charlie, Hilda, Alvera, Emma, 
Adolph, Leonard, ♦Elizabeth, 

♦George, ♦Clara, ♦Nellie; Centcr- 
ville Station Rl Stookey Secl9 
O208a (1864) Farmers Tel. Mill- 
stadt 

Burgard, Emil (Rosa Frantz) Ch 
Ethel; Marissa Rl Fayetteville 
Sec22 T200a Mary Burgard (1893) 
Pleasant Ridge Tel. Darmstadt 

Burnett, George (Florence Wise) Ch 
Donzella, Leota, Hugh, Calvin, 
George, Frank, Dorris, Dorothea, 
Iva; ''Reithwood Farm" Belleville 
R4 Stookey SecU T240a Charles 
Reith (1918) Kinlock Tel. Belle- 
ville 

Burns, Thomas B. (Mary Stier) iCh 
Fred, Tom, Leona, Edward, Len- 
ore, Arlington, John, Willie; 
Edgemont Station R4 East St. 
Louis Sec26 TlOOa Holleran and 
Eckman (1880) 

Buss, Albert (Jose Sower) ,Ch Wal- 
ter, Albert, Homer, Emma, Alvin, 
Bernard, Mary, Lizzie; Waterloo 
R3 Millstadt SeclSS Tl20a George 
Gasser (1919) Floraville Tel. Flor- 
aville 

Buss, Joseph B. (Elizabeth Goddel) 
Ch Hildagar, Elenore, Freda, Eliz- 
abeth, Florence, Leona, Elmer; 
Waterloo R3 Millstadt Sec23S 
Oll9a (1916) 

Butz, Stephen L. (Eva Louis) Ch 
Joe, Veronica, Sylverius, Henry, 
Teckla, Celestia, Anastacia, Cle- 
ment, ♦Edw^n, ♦Norbert, ♦Cyril, 
♦Bertram, ♦Hortense; Belleville R6 
St. Clair Secl4 Ol55a (1864) Kin- 
lock Tel. Belleville 

Byrd, Edmond (Marcia Elswick) Ch 
Merle, Pauline; Virginia; Casey- 
ville R2 Caseyville Sec3 TlOa 
Charles Schiler (1918) 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Caesar, Edwin F. (Emma Anstedt) 
Ch Melburn; Lebanon Rl Lebanon 
Sec9 Tl80a Fred Bertlemann 
(1881) 

Caesar, William A. (Marie Krost) Ch 
Elmer, Harold; Trenton R2 Leban- 
on Sees Tl60a Harry Kline (1887) 

Campbell, James R. (Maggie McMil- 
lan) Ch Willard, Robert; Manssa 
Rl Marissa Sec26 T200a Campbell 
Est. (1878) Finger Line Tel. Ma- 
rissa 

Camps, Edward (Effie Elliot) Ch 
Margaret; Trenton R2 Lebanon 
Sec34 T87^a Laurence Sewald 
(1875) 

Canning, Renwick (Florence De- 
spain) Marissa Rl Marissa Sec25 
0163a (1899) Finger Line Tel. 
Marissa 

Carpenter, Ben S. (Mary Schwebel) 
New Athens New Athens SecSS 
TlOOa Eugene Thompson (1918) 

Carr, Albert L. (Lina Hill) Ch Esta, 
Ona, Susie, Ethel, Elbert, Floyd; 
"Marshlands Fa-m" Freeburg Rl 
Smithton Sec36 Ol60a (1869) 
Farmers Tel. Freeburg 

Carr, A. Monroe (Laura A. Phillips) 
Ch * Viola G., *Loraine; "Maple 
Lawn Farm" Freeburg Rl Smith- 
ton Sec35 O2^0a (1861) Farmers 
Tel. Freeburg 

Carr, Rupert L. (Grace G. Phillips) 
Ch Velma, Norman; Freeburg R3 
Smithton Secl5 T75a Mrs. Ellen 
Carr (1885) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Carr, Sam (Sue Black) Ch Irvin, Ada, 
Nellie, Lucille; Centerville Station 
Rl Centerville Sec33 TlOa William 
Ridgeway (1914) 

Carr, S. B. (Mary E. Starr) Ch 
*Lula, *Commodore, *Ruth, 

*Clyde; Freeburg Rl Prairie Du 
Long Seel O80a (1844) Kinlock 
Tel." Freeburg 

Carr, Thomas A. and Sons (Dolly 
Phillips) Ch Millard, Byron, Eu- 
nice; "Maple Lawn Farm" Free- 
burg Rl Smithton Sec35 Ol20a 
Thomas A. Carr (1869) Kinlock 
Tel. Freeburg 



Casirner, Valentine C. (Anna R. 
Hertzberg) Ch Mamie, Julia, Carl, 
♦August; Edgemont Sta. East St 
Louis R4 Canteen Sec22 T50a Fred 
La Robadier (1882) Bell Tel. East 
St. Louis 

Cast, Charles (Katy Schuckerdt) Ch 
Laura. Louisa; Mascoutah Mascou- 
tah Sec32 T72a Rudolph Kolb 
(1888) 

Chattillion, Alexander J. (Emma 
Flatiron) Ch Agnes. Alfred, Alex- 
ander, August, Adaline; Dupo 
Sugar Loaf Sec Commonfields 
Tl83a Findermann and Dyroff 
(1873) 

Christ, Albert F. (OtilHe Wolfers- 
berger) Ch Edna, Alvin, Gilbert, 
Hubert, Mildred; Mascoutah R3 
Engelmann Sec29 Tl60a William 
Lembke (1887) Looking-glass Tel. 
Fayetteville 

Christ, Julius N. (Fannie M. Staub) 
Ch Erwin, Oliver, Loraine, Ed- 
ward, Henry; Mascoutah R2 Mas- 
coutah Sec8 O90a (1883) Mascou- 
tah Tel. Mascoutah 

Christophe, Prosper (Mary Thomas) 
Ch Mary, Alfred, Jeseph, Frank, 
Christine, George, Arthur; "Oak- 
land Stock and Grain Farm" Free- 
burg R3 Smithton Sec21 O90a 
(1862) 

Clark, Fred J. (Emma M. Parralpet) 
Ch Jess, *Edith; Belleville R8 
Shiloh Valley Sec23 OlOOa (1870) 
Looking-glass Prairie Tel. Mas- 
coutah 

Clark, John H. (Maggie Hofmann) 
Ch John, Amelia, Herbert, Oscar; 
Belleville Rl St. Clair Sec25 096a 
T83a George Whiting (1876) Shi- 
loh Valley Tel. Belleville 

Clayton, Thomas (Lena Bohnen- 
stiehl) Ch Marie, Irvin, Hazel, 
Alice, Ethel; O'Fallon R2 Casey- 
ville Seel Ol36a (1865) 

Cocker, John J. (Mary Ogle) Ch 
♦Sheridan, *Herbert; O'Fallon R2 
Caseyville Sec24 037a (1904) 

Collett, Mary (Mary Hill) Ch Emma 
Kelley; "Hill Crest Farm" Free- 
burg Rl Smithton Sec25 OlOOa 
(1858) Farmers Tel. Freeburg 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Comment, Constant C. (Mary L. 
Thies) Ch J^osalie, Flora, *Ella; 
Edgemont Sta. East St. Louis R4 
Canteen Secl5 057a (1869) 

Comment, Freink (Lizzie Sayer) Ch 
Victorine, Mary, Maggie, Frank; 
Edgemont Sta. East St. Louis R4 
Canteen Secl4 T25a Edward Bar- 
bier Sr. (1870) 

Comminsky, Anthony (Anna Jelik) 
Ch Joseph, Ida, Annie, Frank; 
Belleville R4 Stookey Secll T6a 
Frank £mge (1912) 

Conrad, George (Mary Rey) Colum- 
bia R2 Sugar Loaf Secl3 Tl50a 
Mrs. Fred Conrad (1871) Kinlock 
Tel. Columbia 

Conrad, Mrs. Magdelina Ch John, 
William, Mary, *Fred, *George, 
*Jacob; Columbia R2 Sugar Loaf 
Secl3 T200a Conrad Est. (1846) 
Kinlock Tel. Columbia 

Cook, Thomas Ch John, *Isabele, 
♦Thomas, *Benamin, *Cora, *Ida, 
♦Alice, nVilliam; Belleville R4 
Stookey Secll T7Ha Peter M. 
Cook (1870 Kinlock Tel. Belle- 
ville 

Cookson, Joseph (Florence Martin) 
Ch Anna, Joe, Alfred, John; Cen- 
terville Station Rl Centerville Sta- 
tion Sec33 048a TSOa Tony Ish 
(1895) 

Cookson, J. T. (Elmira Martin) Ch 
Joseph L., George C, Walter, 
Pearl, Elizabeth; Belleville R2 

Smithton Sec9 077^a (1871) 
Belleville Tel. Belleville 

Cooper, A. B. Ch *Nellie; Edgemont 
Sta, East St. Louis R4 Canteen 
Sec25S T30a B. Boul (1900) 

Cordevent, Mrs, Zalder (Montine) 
Ch Fred. Aubuschon, *Joseph, 
♦Malina, *ZaIder, *Elvena, *Cle- 
mond; East St. Louis Rl Center- 
ville Sec Cahokia Commonfields 
Tl2a Florence Brown (1881) 



Cortner, George P. (Katie Euler) Ch 
Edmond, Roy; Freeburg R3 Prairie 
Du Long Secl6 TlOOa Phillip Cort- 
ner) (1887) Floraville Tel. Flora- 
ville 

Cortner, Lawrence (Adela Ettling) 
New Athens R2 Prairie Du Long 
Sec2l TllOa Nick Cortner (1893) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Cortner, Nick Jr. (Kate Lanter) Ch 
Jerome, Wilfred, Leo, Marcella, 
Esther; New Athens R2 Prairie Du 
Long Sec20 Ol60a (1875) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 

Corvey, John Belleville R4 Stookey 
Sec22 Tl20a Mrs. Wm. Pfengsten 
(1910) 

Corvey. WiUiam H. (Lizzie Haas) 
Ch Walter, Katy, *Hilda; Millstadt 
Rl Millstadt Sec9 O70a (1883) 

Covington, Willis S. (Essie Masorf) 
Ch Dorothy, Fay, James, Paul; 
"Silver Creek Stock Farm" Leb- 
anon R2 O'Fallon Sec26 T200a 
Daniel Schmitt (1917) 

Cox, Isaac G. (Anna L. Linck) Ch 
Irvin D., Frederick, Elmer, Walter, 
Marguerite; Belleville R6 Shiloh 
Valley SeclO OSOa (1864) Kinlock 
Tel. O'Fallon 

Crites, L. R. (Alice Miller)'- Ch 
Luethna; Marissa R2 Marissa Sec33 
Toa R. H. White (1917) 

Culli, Christ (Louisa Erb) Ch Ray- 
mond, *Laura, *Elsie; Mascoutah 
R3 Engelmann SecSl Ol20a (1861) 
Looking-glass Tel. Fayetleville 

Culli, Theodore (Louisa Funk) Ch 

Roy, Cletus Freeburg R2 Freeburg 

Sec24 053a (1885) 
Cundi£F, Leo (Anna Colbert) Ch 

John W.; Marissa R3 Marissa 

Sec26 02a (1907) 

Curry, C. H. (Mr.ry McCauley) Mar- 
iss_a R2 Marissa Sec32 Tl20a Dan- 
iel S. MdCurdy (1900) West Dozaw 
Tel. Marissa 



D 



Daab, Charles (Caroline Skaer) Ch 
Olga; New Athens R2 Prairie Du 
Long Secl3 O80a (1870) Farmers 
Tel. New Athens 



Daab, Fred C. (Ella Woods) Ch 
Goldie Metzger; Smithton Smith- 
ton Sec28 2 lots Bell Tel. Belle- 
ville 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Dagit, John H. (Amanda L. Fletcher) 
Ch Roland. Edgar; Trenton Mas- 
coutah SecU O30a T70a William 
Dagit (1878) Looking-glass Tel 
Mascoutah 

Dagit, William (Rosa L. Ulmer) Ch 
Edward E., *John H., *George E., 
♦Louisa M.; Trenton R2 Mascou- 
tah Seen 0278a (1857) North 
Grove Tel. Summerfield 

Dahm, Mrs. George Ch Lafayette, 
Julius, Barbara, Frank, Alfred, Wil- 
liam, *Lawrence, *George, ^ *Ella, 
♦Arthur, *Matilda; Belleville R4 
Stookey Secll 075a (1861) Kin- 
lock Tel. Belleville 

Dahm, Julius M. (Selma Keck) Belle- 
ville R4 Stookey Sec23 T92a John 
Dahm (188S) 

Dahm, Lorenz Sr. (Mary Klaus) Ch 
Albert, Elizabeth, Walter, 'Mary, 
Cornelius, Anestasia, *William, 
♦Anna, ♦Theresa, ♦Lawrence, 
♦Paul; BellevUle R4 Stookey Sec25 
O305a (1857) 

Dammermann, Herman (Ursulia Mar- 
tin) Ch Etta, Freda, Agnes, Willie, 
Alice, Charlie, Elizabeth, ♦Herman 
Jr ♦Lawreice; Centerville Station 
Rl Centerville Sec32 T70a Mrs. 
Tony PfeiflFer (1903) 

Danbury, Frank E. (Alice Cook) Ch 
Floyd, Edith, Jesse, Cora, Stanley, 
Vernon; Belleville R4 Stookey 
Secll Tla Frank Emge (1911) 

Daniel, Benjamin (Gertrude Wenne- 
mann) Ch Oswald H., Tresa, Ar- 
thur, Irma, Urben, Leona, Elvira, 
♦Elizabeth, ♦Mary, ♦Anton, ♦Mar- 
tin, ♦John; St. Libory Rl Fi-yette- 
ville SeclO T233a Hummert Est. 
(1896) Farmers Tel. St. Libory 

Darmstatter, George W. (Elizabeth 
Hesse) Ch Lenora O., Irene E.; 
"Plain View Farm" Freeburg Rl 
Freeburg Sec32 081]^a (1885) 
Farmers Tel. Freeburg 

Darrow, William E. (Martha Green) 
Ch Irene, George; "Persimmon 
Dale Farm" O'Fallon Rl O'Fallon 
Sec27 063a (1861) Kinlock Tel. 
O'Fallon 

Dausman, John A. (Fannie Midgley) 
Ch Raymond, William, Dorothy; 
Lebanon Rl Lebanon Secl7 Ol60a 
(1914) Kinlock Tel. Lebanon 



Davinroy, Nick B. (Etta Hall) Ch 
Leroy, Isabelle, Carl, Lester; 
E(%emont Sta. East St. Louis R4 
Canteen Secl3 O40a (1875) 

Davinroy, S. L. (Amelia I. Jerome) 
Ch Joseph, Ernest, Mildred; Edfee- 
mont Sta. East St. Louis R3 Can- 
teen Secl4 T37a Antoine Toussaint 
(1880) 

Davinroy, Tony E. (Clara Weissert) 
iCh Ardel, Cletus; Edgemont Sta. 
East St. Louis R3 Canteen Sec3 
T20a Jewel Oulvey (187?) 

Dawes, William J. (Kate Leitz) Ch 
Earl, Irma; O'Fallon Rl O'Fallon 
Sec27 Tl60a George and Lora Dar- 
row (1872) Kinlock Tel. O'Fallon 

Degenhardt, Jostph (Emily Falhe) 
Ch Mary, Albert, Katherine, Lill- 
ian, Sylvester; Belleville R4 
Stookey Secl3 T78a Mrs. D. 
Schomleffel (1900) Kinlock Tel. 
Belleville 

Dehn, Henry Millstadt R2 Millstadt 
Sec24 OlOOa (1864) Floraville Tel. 
Floraville 

Deichman, Ben (Lena Kraemer) Ch 
Ben; New Athens R3 New Athens 
Sec4 Ol20a (1870) Oak Valley Tel. 
New Athens 

Deitrich, Emil F. (Alma Ross) Ch 
Ellen, Raymond, Erma; Freeburg 
R2 .Freeburg .Sec33 .T89a .Mary 
Weiss (lS85)Kinlock Tel. Free- 
burg 

Deitrich, Henry (Annie Schlueter) 
Ch Armin, Harold; '"iClover-dalt 
Farm" Freeburg R2 iFreeburg 
Sec35 O80a (1870) Kinlock Tel. 
Freeburg- 

DeMange, Christ (Refused to give 
Information) Sec33 O40a 

Demples, Christ C. (Ezell Broadley) 
E^t St. Louis Rl Centerville Sec 
Cahokia Commonfields T48a Julius 
Pittzman (1918) 

Deppe, Fred W. (Christine Geaschel) 
Ch Fred, Arnold, Clyde; Caseyville 
Rl Caseyville Sec8 T84a John 
Jenkins (1885) 

Deppe, George W. (Evelyn Keim) 
Ch Lloyd; Belleville R3 Caseyville 
Sec34 T53a Louis Deppe (1893) 
Kinlock Tel. Belleville 

Deshields, Henry (Mahulda Single- 
ton) Ch ♦Albert; Lebanon R2 
O'Fallon Sec3 T2a John Meyer 
(1857) 



52 



FARMERS AND BREEDERS. ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Deutschmann, Charles C. (Anna 
Bergmann) Ch Charles W. Jr., 
Luella; Lenzburg Rl Marissa Sec8 
0212a (1876) Hickory Grove Tel. 
Marissa 

DeVeaux, Louis (Annie Eversmann) 
Edgemont Sta. East St. Louis R4 
Caseyville Secl9 O40a (1867) 

Dickey, Philip A. (Maria Graham) 
Ch , Sadie, Vera, *Charles, *Mae, 
♦Willis, *Mattie, *Edwin; Marissa 
Marissa Sec26 05a (1901) Finger 
Line and Cherry Line Tel. Marissa 

Dickhaut, August (Mary Yung) Ch 
Freda, Henry, Willam, Herman; 
Mascoutah Engelmann Sec3 Ol60a 
(1858) Kinloch Tel. Mascoutah 

Dickhaut, August H. (Susan Wolff) 
Mascoutah Engelmann Sec4 Tl60a 
Mrs. George and Adam Dickhaut 
(1879) Looking-glass Tel. Mas- 
coutah 

Dickhaut, Edward E. (Anna Kruse) 
Ch Mabel, Ralph, Russell; Trenton 
R2 Lebanon Sec35 Tllla Henry 
Schoene (1917) North Grove Tel. 
Summerfield 

Dickhaut, George A. (Catherine Lan- 
tenschlaeger) Ch Elmer, *Wallace, 
♦Florence; Mascoutah Rl Mas- 
coutah Sec35 Ol20a (1860) Look- 
ing-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Dickhaut, Gustave L. (Anna Blum) 
Ch Meta, Emma, *Julius; Mas- 
coutah Engelmann Sec4 0233a 
(1890) Looking-glass Tel. Mas- 
coutah 

Dickhaut, John (Mary Funk) Ch 
Olga, Erwin, *Anna, *Ella, *HiIda; 
Mascoutah Rl Engelmann Secl5 
O305a (1860) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Dickhaut, Julius (Magaretha A. 
Ogden) Mascoutah Engelmann 
Sec4 T233a (1892) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Dickhaut, Otto (Lily E. Gummer- 
sheimer) Mascoutah Rl Mascoutah 
Sec33 Tl75a Emil Blaum (1880) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Dickhaut, Peter (Catherine Blum) 
Ch Emma, George, *Otto,*Charles, 
♦Edward, ♦Anna, ♦Alma; Mas- 
coutah Rl Engelmann SeclO Ol40a 
(1868) Looking-glass Tel. Mas- 
coutah 



Dickhaut, Robert J. (Mary Harms) 
Ch Albert, Clarence; Mascoutah 
Rl Engelmann SeclO 0286a (1867) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Dickhaut, Wallace (Hilda Seibert) 
Ch Vera, Orlene; Mascoutah Rl 
Engelmann Seel Tl20a August 
Djckhaut (1888) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Dickson, R. H. (Clara Spoon) 
Marissa R2 Marissa Secl8 TlGOa 
John Hotz (1867) Prairie Hill Tel. 
Marissa 

Diecker, Harry (Rosa Lampert) Ch 
Edward, Tresa, Herbert, Ray- 
mond; St. Libory Fayetteville 
Secl4 TlOOa Anna Diecker (1879) 

Diehl, George (Mary Metzger) Ch 
Elenora, Elmer, Bertha; Columbia 
Rl Sugar Loaf Sec4 Ol43a (1872) 
Farmers Tel. Millstadt 

Dierberger, Xavier (Anna Meyer) Ch 
Amelia, Mary, Elsie; Mascoutah R2 
Mascoutah Sec8 O80a (1871) Mas- 
coutah Tel. Mascoutah 

Dietrich, John G. Ch Rosa, Roland, 
Elsa; Freeburg R2 Freeburg Sec33 
Tll3a .Christina Dietrich (1879) 
Kinlock Tel. Freeburg 

Dietz, Dan F. (Kate M. Hoffman) 
Ch Charles, Adalia, Anita, Henry, 
Louise, *Clara, ♦Hilda; Belleville 
Rl St. Clair Sec25 T250a M. D. 
Price (1876) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Dinges, Charles J. (Rosalia Hager) 
Ch George R., Hugo; Marissa RU 
Lenzburg Sec34 Ol70a (1861) 
Farmers Tel. New Athens • 

Dinges, Otto L. (Maggie Waeltz) Ch 
William, Lucille; Lenzburg Lenz- 
burg Secl2 Tl20a William Winters 
(1886) 

Dintelman, Henry (Marietta Hal- 
bert) Ch Mamie, Leslie, Robert, 
Hazel, Charles, ♦Homer; Marissa 
R2 Marissa Sec30 Tl40a Jane Dunn 
(1901) West Dozaw Tel. Marissa 

Dintelmann, George (Margaret Reiss) 
^Ch George, Edwin; New Athens 
R2 New Athens Sec? O603a (1867) 
Farm.ers Tel. Freeburg 

Dintelmann, Henry (Elizabeth Has- 
selbach) Ch Walter J., Henry G., 
Irving C; BeUeviUe R2 St. Clair 
Sec34 QlOOa (1865) Bell Tel. Belle- 
ville 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Doerr, Daniel (Annie Noke) Ch 
IBilda, Oora, Florence, Erwin; 
East Carondelet Rl Sugar Loat 
:Sec35 Tl60a Jacob Doerr (1886) 
Bell Tel. Millstadt 

Doerr, John (Elizabeth Pfeiflfer) iCh 
Richard, Mae, LeRoy, Dorothy, 
East Carondelet Rl Sugar Loat 
Sec25 Ol60a (1882) Farmers Tel. 
Millstadt ^^, . 

Dohrmann, Richard H. (Mary Klein- 
schmidt) Ch Elvera, Walter; Mill- 
stadt IRl Sugar Loaf Sec35 OlSOa 
(1889) Farmers Tel. Millstadt 

Dohrmann, WUliam J. Jr. (Irene 
Weible) Millstadt R2 Millstadt 
Sec8 TllT^^a Wm. P. Dohrmann 
(1895) Millstadt Tel. Millstadt 

Dohrmann, William P. Sr. (Mena 
Wirth) Ch *Richarrl, *iConcorda, 
William Jr.;Millstadt R2 Millstadt 
Sees Ol20a (1866) Millstadt Tel. 
Millstadt 

Dominick, Mike (Lizzie Tysny) Ch 
Mary. Gertrude, Henry, Lizzie, 
Charlie, Fred, Freda; Edgemont 
Sta. East St. Louis R4 Caseyville 
Sec30 T42a Walter Beedle (1902) 

Donnehold, Jacob J. (Bertha Spei- 
hinger) Ch Irving, Leo, Alvin, 
*Tillie, *<Caroline, *Leona. ♦Eliza- 
beth, *Isabelle; Millstadt R2 Sugar 
Loaf Secl3 OloOa (1864) Farmers 
Tel. Millstadt 

Donze, August A. (Clara Wagner) 
Belleville R4 Stookey Secl3 OlOa 
(1917) Kinlock Tel. Belleville 

Domin, Charles H. O'Fallon R2 
O'Fallon Secl9 T40a J. Porter 
(1906) 



Dresel, Albert C. (Mary Mittelstater) 
Ch Clarence, Irma, Albert; Mill- 
stadt Rl Millstadt Sec4 Ol30a 
(1869) Millstadt Tel. Millstadt 

Dressel, Charles Ch 'George. Ammiel, 
Louise, Barbara, John, Jacob, Her- 
man, *Mike; Lebanon IR2 O'Fallon 
Sccl5 Ol38a (1856) 

Dressel, Edwin H. (Ida H. Rock) Ch 
Elton, Albert; Lebanoin Rl O'Fall- 
on Seel T78a Maggie Dressel 
(1896) 

Dressel, Jake A. (Martha Hlocher) 
ICh Leverne, Velma; Lebanon Rl 
O'Fallon Seel T64a Maggie Dressel 
(1892) 

Dressier, Ben. H. (Tresa Piffner) Ch 
Allen;; Mascoutah R3 'Fayetteville 
Sec8 TlOOa John H. Vahlkarfip 
(1890) 

Dressier, Fred J, (Anna Yerk) Ch 
Eleanor, ♦Carrie, *.\lma, *Anna; 
Summerfield Lebanon Secl5 O80a 
(1862) North Grove Tel. Summer- 
field 

Dressier, Hubert F. Ch Estella, 
Mascoutah R3 Freeburg Sec3f> 
T70a Bernard Dressier (1874) Kin- 
lock Tel. Mascoutah 

Durfel, George A. (Louisa Walker) 
Ch Warren, Harold, Raymond; 
"Sunshine Stock Farm" Belleville 
R6 Shiloh Valley Secl4 T220a 
David Baer (1916) Looking-glass 
Prairie Tel. Mascoutah 

Dynes, Anna R. (Anna Sims) East 
St. Louis Rl Centerville Cahokia 
Commonfields Tl5a Julius Pittz- 
man (1917) 



E 



Ebefsohl, Louis (Katharine Scharf) 
Ch Olinda, Hilda, Florence, Louis, 
Albert, Oscar, William; Centerville 
Sta, East St. Louis Rl Stookey 
Sec29 Tl20a Mina Ebersohl (1874) 
Farmers Tel. Millstadt 

Ebersohl, Phillip H. (Ellen Keller) 
Ch Aurelia, Raymond; Belleville 
R5 Smithton Sec6 Tl33a Mina 
Ebersohl (18S0) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Eckert, Albert G. (Dora Hassebrock) 
Ch Albert M. Jr., Erna C; Lenz- 
burg Rl Marissa Sec5 Tl20a Her- 
man M. Eckert (1891) Hickory 
Grove Tel. Marissa 



Eckert, Alvin O. (Ella L. Heinrich) 
Ch Cornell, Curt, Vernon; "Rich 
View Farm" Belleville Rl Smith- 
ton Seel OllOa (1881) Kinlock Tel. 
Belleville 

Eckert, Arthur L. (Emma Fischer) 
Ch Edward, Raymond, Elvira, 
Lillian; Millstadt R2 Millstadt 
Sec32 Tl20a Jacob Fischer (1890) 
Millstadt Tel. Millstadt 

Eckert, Charles Jr. (Louisa Schmidt) 
Ch William, Gertrude; Millstadt 
R2 Millstadt Sec23 059J^a (1874) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



I^ckert, Charley W. Ch Anna, Oliver, 
Hilda; New Memphis Engelmann 
Secl2 T47i^a Peter Gutwein (1918) 

Eckert, Diocena (Shubert) Ch 
Louis M., Josephine, *Lena, ♦Em- 
ma, *Adelia; Leazburg Rl Fayette- 
ville Sec27 0433a (1881) Farmers 
Tel. Darmstadt 

Eckert, Emil Millstadt R2 Millstadt 
Sec34 O60a (1884) 

Eckert, Eugene A. (Dosia Tate) 
"Drumhill Farm" Mat>coutah R3 
Freeburg Sec36 O240a (1880) Kin- 
lock Tel. Freeburg 

Eckert, Frederick (Pauline Wenck- 
ler) Ch Charles, Hilda; Columbia 
Rl Sugar Loaf Sec34 O90a (1914) 
Farmers & Fountain Tel. Columbia 

Eckert, George V. (Maggie Juenger) 
Ch Oscar, Elmer, Raymond, Elsie, 
Ada, Stella, Alvin, *Lawrence, 
♦Esther; "Hampshire Pure Bred 
Stock Farm" Lenzburg Rl Fay- 
etteville Sec22 Ol70a (1872) Farm- 
ers Tel. New Athens 
• 

Eckert, Herman M. (Regina Schnei- 
der) Ch Herman, Ella, *Peter, 
♦Albert, ♦Alwina; Lenzburg Rl 
Marissa Sec5 O200a (1864) 

Eckert, Jacob (Caroline Boeker) Ch 
Richard, Nelda, ♦Clara; Millstadt 
R2 Millstadt Sec33 OSOa (I860) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Eckert, Katherine (Katherine Schert) 
Ch Edward, Albert, George, Ir- 
win, Meta, Willie, ♦Louisa, ♦Ella; 
Millstadt R2 Millstadt Sec28 O80a 
(1862) Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Eckert, Lawrence (Katie Stein- 
heimer) Lenzburg Rl Fayetteville 
Sec26 T80a Sadie Steinheimer 
(1882) Farmers Tel. Darmstadt 

Eckert, Martin H. (Elizabeth 
Schickedanz) Ch Regina; Lenz- 
burg Rl Fayetteville Sec27 Ol70a 
(1868) Pleasant Hill Tel. Darm- 
stadt 

Eckert, Oliver F. (Lena Koerber) 
Millstadt R2 Millstadt SeC2S Tl40a 
Louis Eckert (1888) Floraville Tel. 
Floraville 

Eckert, Otto (Nora Weible) Ch 
Eugene; Millstadt R2 Millstadt 
Sec23 Tl39Ha Charles A. Eckert 
(1882) Floraville Tel, Floraville 



Eckhardt, Julius (Mary Wolf) Ch 
Julius, Philp, Nellie, Charlie, Her- 
bert, ♦Laura; Mascoiitah Rl Mas- 
coutah Sec27 Tl60a Eugene Biebel 
(1855) Looking-glass Tel. Mas- 
coutah 

Eckman, Joseph (Mary Maillot) Ch 
Alvina, Lester, Mabelle, Cornell; 
Caseyville Rl Caseyville Sec20 
Tl20a Andrew Eckman (1871) 

Ederwein, Julius H. (Elizabeth 
Koebel) Ch Elwood, Harold, Ar- 
thur, Forrest; Trenton. R2 Lebanon 
Sec34 TlOla Amanda Sewald 
(1907) North Grove Tel. Summer- 
field 

Ehrstein, Anthony (Rose Leingang) 
Ch Anthony; Belleville R4 Stookey 
iSec22 T90a Melchior Ehrstein 
(1890) Kinlock TeL Belleville 

Ehrstein, Fred (Anna Swaters) Ch 
Ch Anna, Theresa, Fred, Frank, 
Christina. Marie, Cecelia; Belleville 
IR4 Stookey Sec26 Ol87a (1860) 
Kinlock Tel. Belleville 

Ehrstein, Joseph (Annie Stoekel) Ch 
Joseph, Rosie; Belleville R4 
Stookey Secl4 077a (1856) Kin- 
loch Tel. Belleville 

Ehrstein, Melchior (Josephine Emge) 
Ch Margaret, Richard, ♦Anthony, 
♦Rosie; Belleville R5 Stookey 
Secl4 O208a (1865) Kinlock Tel. 
Belleville 

Eichehnann, George (Elizabeth Len- 
hardt) Ch Luella, Ervin, Edna; 
Waterloo R3 Millstadt Sec9S Ol20a 
(1899) Fountain Tel. Waterloo 

Eidman, Louis B. (Katy Petri) Ch 
Florence, Roy, Roland, Alma; 
"Shady Lawn Farm" Mascoutah R3 
Engelmann Secl8 O220a Louis F. 
Eidm.in (1877) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Eiff, WUham (Mary Keifer) Ch 
Freda, John; Marissa R3 Marissa 
Sec24 Ol56a (1873) Black Jack Tel. 
Marissa 

Eisel, Irvin (Lena Dressel) Ch Irene, 
Irma, Ida; Lebanon Rl Lebanon 
Sec6 Tl20a Clarence Reherberger 
(1918) Kinloch Tel. Lebanon 

Emge, Andrew (Wilhelmina Dan- 
eiske) Ch Edna; New Athens R3 
Lenzburg Sec28 Ol20a (1859) 
'Farmers Tel. New Athens 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Emge, Frank J. (Caroline Mitchell) 
Ch Philip, Benjamin, Marie, MaiDel, 
♦Ralph; BelleviUe R4 Stookey 
Secll O200a (1867) Kilnlock Tel. 
Belleville 

Emge, Ralph F. (Myrtle Dunn) 
Belleville St. Oair Secl9 T90a 
'F. J. Emge (1891) Bell Tel. Belle- 
ville 

Emig, Arthur (Eliza Bentelman) Ch 
Arnold A.; Mascoutah R2 Mascou- 
tah Sec22 Ol20a (1869) Looking- 
glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Emig, iFred Jr. (Mary Hirstein) Ch 
Benjamin; Mascoutah R2 Mascou- 
tah Secl4 Tl30a Fred' Emig Sr. 
(1863) Looking-glass Tel. Mascou- 
tah 

Emmerich, Gust P. (Ida Kunze) Ch 
Hai^old, Bernell; Belleville R6 St. 
■Clair Sec21 Ol27a (1881) Bell Tel. 
Belleville 

Emmerich, Martin (Katherena Fries) 
Ch ♦George, *Charles; Mascoutah 
Rl Engelmann Secl2 O80a (1908) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Emring, Charles J. (Anna Hovi- 

eon) Ch Frank, Alphonse, Fred, 

Willie, Marie, Florence, *Hiortense; 

"Indian Lake Farm" Ecist St. 

Louis Stites Sec5 T37a S. P. 

McGinnis (1877) 
Endres, William F. Jr. (Emma Prill) 

Ch Raymond F. Wilbert, Viola; 

"Clover Leaf (Farm" Lenzburg Rl 

Marissa Sec8 061a (1877) 
Engea, John H. (Ida Ulrich) Ch Lu- 

la. Earl, Isaac, Lillian, Ida *Henry; 

East Carondelet Rl Sugar Loaf 

T50a Mr. Schock (1918) 

Engel, Fred (Leona Neumeyer) 
"Richland Dairy Earm" Belleville 
(R3 St. Clair Secl6 O40a (1917) Kin- 
lock Tel. Belleville 

Engelmainn, Miss Anna J. Mascoutah 
'R3 Engelmann Sec20 O400a (1870; 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Engelmaim, Julius (Alvina Schott) 
(Ch Elizabeth; "Valley Bnook 
Farm" O'FaUon Rl Shiloh Valley 
Serl7 T200a Katherine Engelmann 
(1880) Bell. Tel. Belleville 

Bngler, Martin T. (May S. Lang) Cb 
Rosa, Ferdinand, Edward, *Mary, 
*Katy, *Enima; Millstadt R2 Mill- 
stadt Sees O80a (1863) Millstadt 
Tel. Millstadt 



Englerth, Albert (Barbara Karban) 
Ch Mary, W>illiam, Frank, Clar- 
ence; Freeburg R3 SmithtVDn Sec3l 
035a (Farmers Tel. Floraville 

Englerth, John (Anna Yung) Ch 
Albert J.; "IHigh Hill Farm" Free- 
burg RS Prairie DuLong Sec& 
Tl32a Prank Englerth (1880) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 

Englerth, Nick (Louisa Mueth) Ch 
Elsie, Loretta, Irma, Oliver; Belle- 
ville R2 Smithton Sec31 Tl80a 
Frank Englerth (1899) Floraville 
Tel. Floraville 

Emglish, John D. (Ethel G. Berry) 
Ch Gilbert, Emma, Wavy, Eugene,. 
Mary, Harvey, Milford, Lester; 
Edgemont Sta. East St. Louis R3 
Canteen Secl2 TSOa Fred Hard- 
ing (1903) 

Erb, Fred M. Ch Alvi'n, Norma, Wil- 
liard, iClifford; George Erb Sr. and 
Mrs. Erb's mother; Marissa Rl 
Marissa Secl2 T240a George Erb 
(1888) Biddelborn Tel. Marissa 

Erb, J. George (Ella BoUmeier) Ch 
Renald, Harold, Virginia; Marissa 
Rl Marissa Secl3 OSOa (1882) 
Marissa Tel. Marissa 

Erb, Louis H. (Maggie Juenzger) Ch 
Kermit; Mary, A. Erb, mother; 
Marissa Rl Marissa Secl3 Tll7a 
Mary A. Erb (1892) Biddlebarn 
Tel. Marissa 

Erb, Mike F. (Laura E. Hoehn) Ch 
Ralph; New Athens R3 Lenzburg 
Seclo TlOa Mrs. F. Beck (1909) 
'Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Erbe, Adolph G. (Lena Obernagel) 
Ch Adolph, Walter, Areola, Ho- 
mer; Freeburg R2 Freeburg Sec35 
Ol20a (1879) Kinlock Tel. Free- 
burg 

Erbe, Ed. "Pleasant Ridge Farm 
Freeburg R2 Freeburg Sec26 OlC4» 
(1869) 

Erbe, Theodore G. (Bertha Krauss) 
New Athens R2 New Athens Sec20 
05.5a (1884) 

Ernst, Hemry W. (Paulina Dickhaut) 
Ch Halbert, Herbert, *Emelia, 
♦Myrtle, *Sophia, *Alvina; Mas- 
coutah R3 j-,nglemann Sec7 T90a 
M. Hartman (1861) Lcoking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Espenschied, Conrad H. (Emma A.. 
Seibert) Ch Clarence; Mascoutah 
R2 Mascoutah Secl4 Tl50a ICharlcs 
Richter (1887) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 



56 



FARMERS AND .BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Espenschied, Herman C, (Hilda 
Stein) Mascoutah R3 Engelmann 
Sec7 T90a George Blum (1893; 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Espenschied, Otto H. (Louisa Miller) 
Mascoutah Engelmann Sec4 -TsOa 
Henry Espenschied (1891) Look- 
ing-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Espenschied, Philip (Bertha Mann) 
Ch Hilda, *Philip, *Emil, *Herman, 
♦Ida, *Bertha; Mascoutah Engel- 
mann Sec5 Ol06a (1861) Looking- 
glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Espenschid, Philip A. (Elsie Culli) 
Mascoutah R3 Engelmann Sec20 
TlOOa Emil Herter (1889) Looking- 
glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Etling, Christian (iFreda Hollerbach) 
Ch Pearl, Lester; Freeburg R3 
Millstadt SeclS Tl35a Phil Etling 
(1877) Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Etling Jacob (Henrietta Weber) Ch 
Hilaa, William; "Maple Grove 
Farm" Freeburg Rl Prairie Du 
Long Secl2 Ol20a (1883) Flora- 
ville Tel. iFloraville 

Etling, Mrs. Mary (Mary Eckert) Ch 
Viola, Helmer; Waterloo R3 Mill- 
stadt Sec22 Ol29a (1884) Floraville 
Tel. Floraville 



Etling, Oswald (Ella Metzfeer) Ch 
Sylvester, Harold; "High Prairie 
Farm" Belleville R2 Smithton 
Secl9 Tl20a J'ohn Etling 

Etling, Otto C. (Mena Deasch) ICh 
Niora, ♦Ella, *Amanda, ♦iClara, 
♦Walter; Millstadt R2 Millstadt 
Sec2S Ol20a (1859) Floraville Tel. 
Floraville 

Etling, Philip D. (Bertha Ohlendorf) 
Ch Helen, Norman, Clifford; Free- 
burg R3 Millstadt SeclS TllOa 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Etling, Walter P. (Amanda Koch) 
Millstadt R2 Millstadt Sec2S Tl20a 
Otto Etling (1887) Floraville Tel. 
Floraville 

Ettling, August (Mary Franke) Ch 
*Adla, ♦Elsie; New Athens Ra 
Prairie DuLong Sec30 Ol03a Farm- 
ers Tel. Hecker 

Eversma'nn, John Sr. (Mary Daut) 
Ch Lasetta, Aloysius, Alphonse, 
Cornelius, John, Francis, Adolph, 
Alwin, Edwin; Edgemcwit Sta. East 
St. Louis R4 Caseyville SeclS O90a 
(1864) 

Ejrman, Walter (Alice iHtolcomb) Ch 
MaTcius, Jesse, Wilber, *Eveli'na; 
Belleville R5 Stookey Sec35 Ol40a 
(1853) Bell Tel. Belleville 



Faeth, Mrs. Valentine (Susan Fah- 
mel) iCh Andy, William, John, Liz- 
zie, ♦Anna; Collinsville O'Fallon 
Sec4 069a (1851) 

Fahrner, Joseph (Theresa Gravot) 
Ch Rosa, Joseph, Edward, Leo, 
Henrietta, James; Centerville Sta- 
tion Rl Centerville Sec32 Tl2a 
Joseph Gast (1873) 

Faitz, Mrs. Christian (Anna Keller) 
iCh Emilie, George, Edwin, Walter, 
Bertha, Louise, Raymond, Idci; 
Collinsville Rl O'Fallon Sect 
Ol45a (1855) 

Faitz, John M. (Ada Walker) Ch An- 
gel, Paul, Earl, Roy; Lebanon 'Ra 
OFallon Sec5 Tl60a Henry H. 
Hamy (1886) 

Faitz, Martin (Minnie Noll) Ch Ar- 
nold, Blanche, Martha, Clara, Her- 
bert, IHlaroM; Trenton R2 Lebanon 
Tl64a G. Vogt (1906) North Grove 
Tel. Summerfield 



Falbe, John R. (Theresa 'Grau) Belle- 
ville R4 Stookey SeclS TSOa Joseph 
Degenhardt (1894) 

Falbe, Nicholas (Freda Woellinger) 
Ch Mildred; Belleville Rl Smith-- 
ton Sec2 Tl60a Lena Helms (1890) 
Kinlock Tel. Belleville 

Fangmeier, Louis (Mary Wessels) 
ICh Herman, Lawrence; Lenzburg 
Rl Fayettcville Sec24 Ol20a (1864) 
Farmers Tel. St. Libory 

Fanke, Charles (Barbara Schuetz) 
Ch ♦Anna, *Maggie, *Ida, ♦The- 
resa, *Henry, *Charles, ♦Tony, 
♦Gustave; Lenzburg Lenzburg 
Secl3 O40a (1872) 

Faust, George (Anna Riget) Cli 
Mary, Emilie, Eliza, George, John; 
"Brook Side Farm" Lebanon Rl 
Mascoutah Sec6 O320a (1860) Leb- 
anon Tel. Lebanon 



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PRAIRIE PARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Faust, Mary L. (Mary L. Pfeffer) Ch 
Nicholas, *Geiorge, *Mary Mascou- 
tah R2 Mascoutah Sec4 Ol60a 
(1840) 

Fauth, Fred New Athdns R3 Lenz- 
burg Sec21 040a (1875) Farmers 
Tel. New Athens 

Fauth, Gteorge (Mollie Neumberger) 
Ch Bertha, Johnnie, Alma, Helen, 
"Riddle iParm" Marissa Lenzburg 
Sec26 TllOa George Riddle (1871) 
'Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Fauth, Mrs. George (Martha Mul- 
housin) New Athens R3 LenzbuTg 
Secl5 Ol21a (1821) Farmers Tel. 
New Athens 

Feder, Andrew (Teckla Schauter) 'Ch 
Paul; Belleville R2 Smithton Secll 
T66a James Hammel (1890) Bell 
Tel. Belleville 

Feder, Joseph A. (Mary Pfiffner) Ch 
Robert, Nicholas, *Ami'el, *Joseph, 
♦Arthur, *Stella. *Marie; O'Fallon 
R2 Caseyville Sec36 OSOa (1857) 
Kinlock Tel. Belleville 

Feder, Joe J. (Iva Pfeiffer) Ch Dor- 
othy, Paul; O'Pallan R2 Caseyville 
Sec24 Tl50a Ed. Teidemann (188S) 

Fehl, Henry (Anna Scherer) Ch 
Theodore, Herbert, Elmer, Mata; 
Mascoutah R3 Engelmann Jacob 
Espenschied (1871) Liooking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Feig, George Sr. (Amelia Pausch) Ch' 
Freda, Annis, *George, *011ie; 
Caseyville Rl Caseyville Secl4 
Ol64a (1864) Kinlock Tel. Collins- 
vi'lle 

Fcisel, Louis Smithton Prairie Du 
Long Sec5 Tl55a Charles Feisel 
<1878) 

Feltman, Henry W. (Bertha Reden- 
house) Ch *Neil, *Minnie, *Ed., 
♦Louie, *Fred, *Mary, *Leotta; 
Summerfield Lebanon Sec33 T70a 
Fred Harms (1874) 

Fett, George (Louisa Steinhammer) 
Ch Herman, 'Walter, Mary, 
♦George, *L;izzie; Marissa Rl Ma- 
rissa Sec22 02a (1857) 

Feurer, Edgar J. (Sophia Mertz) Ch 
Delmer; ^The Feurer Farm" New 
Athens R2 New Athens Sec7 O80a 
(1918) Farmers Tel. Freeburg 

Fielder, Louis OR^sa Valentine) Ch 
William, ♦George, ♦Edward, ♦Ber- 
tha; Freeburg R2 Freeburg Secl7 
Ol20a (1855) Kinlock Tel. Free- 
burg 



Fietsam, August Freeburg R2 Free- 
burg Sec35 Tl2a Ed Weiss (1863) 
Kinlock Tel. Freeburg 

Finger, Charles A. Mary Umfried, 
housekeeper; Marissa R2 Marissa 
Sec27 Ol42a (1851) Finger Line 
and Cherry Line Tel. Marissa 

Fingerhut, Fred CCarrie Dietz) Ch 
Harold, Alvin; Edgemont Sta. 
East St. Louis R3 Canteen SecS 
033a (1874) 

Fink, George (Barbara Brown) Ch 
Mary, *Jacob, ♦Joseph; Belleville 
R6 St. Clair Secl4 O40a (1879) Bell 
Tel. Belleville 

Fischer, Conrad (Etta Browning) 
Freeburg Rl Freeburg Sec30 TlOOa 
Adam Fischer (1887) Kinlock Tel. 
Freeburg 

Fischer, Ferdimand (Lena J. Flor- 
reich) iCh Herbert E., Gilbert G.; 
Smithton Smithton Sec34 Tl88a 
Louis Fisher Sr. (1880) Farmers 
Tel. Floraville 

Fischer, Fred N. (Sophia Herrling) 
Ch Edwin, ♦Fred, ♦Mary, ♦Anna, 
♦Henry, ♦John; "Springdale iFarm" 
Centerville Station IRl Stookey 
Secl9 OlOOa (1859) FaTmers Tel. 
Millstadt 

Fischer, Josephine (Josephine IKusch- 
ler) Ch Joseph, Henry, John, Aji- 
drew, Mary, ♦Oscar; Mascoutah Rl 
Engelmann Secl4 O60a (1860) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Fischer, Otto W., Henry T., Chris- 
tena; Ch Clarence and Elenore Stei- 
ger; Waterloo R3 Millstadt Secl2S 
O80a (1876) Floraville Tel. Flora- 
ville 

Fischer, Philip (Emma Hogg) Ch 
Harvey, Lester, Melba, Alice; 
Trenton R2 Lebanon Sec24 
Ol33Ha (1863) Bell Tel. Trenton 

Fischer, Sophia (Sophia Lebert) Ch 
Edward; Lebanon Rl Lebanon 
Sec31 T83a Ben and Morris Steiner 
(1869) 

Fisher, Joseph M. (Sarah Hass) 
O'Fallon R2 Caseyville Seel T2a 
(1919) 

Fisher, Waldo E. (Josie Lemen) Ch 
♦Verna, ♦Ada; O'Fallon R2 Casey- 
ville Seel 062^a (1904) 

Fix, Adolph (Emma Fritz) Ch 
George, Martha, Arthur, Walter, 
Albert, Meta; Lebanon R2 O'Fal- 
lon Sec27 T200a George Crosby 
(1875) 



58 



FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Fleckanstein, Charles (Louisa Cort- 
ner) Ch Lena, Barthel; New Ath- 
ens R2 Prairie DtiLong Sec2l 067a 
1(1863) 
Fleischmann, William (Margaret 
Ruettel) Ch Pauline, Ina; New 
Athens R3 Lenzburg Secl5 Ol20a 
(18S9) Farmers Tel. New Athens 
Florreich, Edward H. (Hilda Bre- 
mer) Ch Wilbur, Mildred, Edward 
Jr.; BeUeville Rl Shiloh Valley 
Sec29 Tl60a Adolph Knobeloch 
(1888) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Fohne, George (Elizabeth Rock) Ch 
Albert, Willie, Lorin, Emma, ♦An- 
nie, *Bena; Lebanon IRl O'Fallon 
Sec2 0214a (1861^ Kinliock Tel. 
Lebanon 

Fohne, Mrs. John (Mary Siegel) Ch 
John, 'George, Edgar, Arthur, 
♦Mary, *Louise, *Bena; Lebanon 
Rl O'Eallon Sec2 O240a (1855) 
Kinlock Td. Troy 

Forbeck, Charles (Mary Wellerdeck) 
iCh Bernard, Leo, Joseph, Anna, 
Maria, Katy, *Elizabeth; Millstadt 
Rl Millstadt Secl2 O80a (1884) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Porcade, Ge(orge XMaggie Pfeififer) 
Ch Leroy, Clemens, Isabel, Armm, 
Lester, Floyd; Freeburg R3 Prairie 
DuLong Sec9 Ol20a (1863) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 

Foster, Charles M. (Alice Dtincan) 
Ch Forest, Luther, James, Lucy, 
Orville; Belleville R4 Stookej' 
Secll Tla Frank Emge (1916) 

Fournie, Anton L. (Mamie Fischer) 
Ch Leroy, Lester; Freeburg IRl 
Smithton Secll Tl20a !Gundlach 
Kst. (1881) Kinloch Tel. Belleville 

Fournie, Prosper (El-zabeth Mas- 
serang) Ch Leroy, Evelyn, *Anna; 
Edgemont Sta. East St. Louis R4 
Canteen SecI5 039a (1871) 

Fournie, Sylvester (Elizabeth CuUi) 
Ch Ida, Sylvester, Matilda, Charles, 
Lawrence, Laura, Elizabeth, ♦Cath- 
erine, *Antone, *Louise, *Emily; 
Freeburg Rl Smithton Secl2 OlOOa 
(1858) 

Franke, Richard A. (Amanda Graf) 
Waterloo, R3 Millstadt SecllS 
Tl70a Catherine Franke (1894) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Frantz. Edward L. (Ida Kuenz) Ch 
Edward, Robert, Alice; New Athens 
Rl New Athens Secl5 Tl20a Louis 
Franz. (1885') Farmers Tel. New 
Athens 



Frederich. Charles (Lena Anschling; 
Ch Louise, Lena, Anna, Joseph, 
♦Margaret; Mascoutah Rl Mascou- 
tah Sec25 Tl23a Jo.in Scharth 
(1869) 

Freeman, Daniel Belleville Rl F roe- 
burg- Sec3 O40a C1873) 

Frees. Philio (Emma Eberhardt) Ch 
♦Anna; "Fai'rview Farm" New 
Athelns R2 Prairie DuLong Secl3 
Ol60a (1870') Kinloch Tel. Free- 
burg 

Frey, German and Helena Lebanon 
'Rl Mascoutah Sec4 Ola (1867) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Freis, Louis C. Sr, (Amelia Stapf) 
Ch Charles, ♦Louis; Renchler 
Station Freeburg Sec3 085a (1861) 
Kilnloch Tel. Mascoutah 

■Preivogel, Louis J., Sophia sister; 
Millstadt Rl Millstadt Secll OSOa 
(1872) Millstadt Tel. Millstadt 

Frerking. Georee H. (Katheriae 
Steieer) Ch George, Arnold, Flora, 
Viola, Katherine; Mascoutah Rl 
Engelmann Secl9 Tl60a 'Charles 
Rayhill (1880) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Friederich, Adolph (Lena Craul) Ch 
Hilda, Oscar, *Edna, ♦IHannah, 
♦Adelia; Mascoutah R2 Mascoutah 
Sec22 O80a (1872) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Friederich, Henry (Emelia Isert) €h 
Marie, Margaret; Mascoutah R2 
Mascoutah Sec23 TSOa Nick 
IPriederich (1880) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Friederich, Henry Q. (Ida Hill) Ch 
Lorenz, Bernice; New Memphis. 
Engelmann Secl3 T80a Peter Gut- 
wein (1918) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Friederich, Mike J. (Louisa Lintz) 
Ch Joseph, Olga, Raymiond, 
George, Earl, ♦Oscar, ♦Arthur, 
♦Bertha, ♦Edwin, ♦Sylvia; Mascou- 
tah R3 Engelmann Secl7 T50a 
Barbara Saueirwein (1861) Looking- 
glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Frierdich, Edward C. (Bertha Han- 
hammer) Ch IClemmens; Millstadt 
IRl Millstadt Sec5 T88a Joseph R 
iFrierdich (1915) Millstadt Tel 
Millstadt 

Frierdich, Frederick J, (Elizabeth 
Laughaus) Ch Alberta, Herbert; 
Columbia Rl Sugar Loaf Secll 
T40a Peter Gleich (1919) Tel. Kin- 
loch 



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PRAIRIE FARMBR^S RELIABLE DIIRECTORY 



Frierdich, Otto J. (Mary Schallom) 
Ch Roy, Pearl, Roland; Millstadt 
R2 Millstadt Sec29 Tl40a John C. 
:Frierdich (1907) Fountain Tel. 
Columbia 

Fries, Elvin J. (Olivia IFehl) Mascou- 
tah R3 Engelmann Sec31 T73a 
Arthur Kling-el (1896) Looking- 
glass Tel. Fayettevile 

Fries, George (Anna K. Fehl) Ch 
Alma, Arthur, iHjarry; Mascoutah 
Rl Engelmann Secl2 0107a (1865) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Fries, Louis E.. (Lena Schwarz )Ch 
Alleni; Freeburg R2 iFreeburg Secll 
TieOa Fred Justus (1890) Kinloch 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Fries, Mrs. Mary A. (Mary Lischer) 
Ch Adam, Louisa, * Elizabeth, 
♦John, *Anna; Mascoutah Rl En- 
gelmann Secl2 O80a (1857) Look- 
ing-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Fries, Peter Ch Edmund P.; Belle- 
ville Rl Freeburg Sec3 086a (1851) • 
Kinloch Tel. Mascoutah 

Friess, George W. (Mary E. iFries) 
'Ch Emilie K., Hilda E., Florence 
E.; "Woodland Farm" Mascoutah 
Shiloh Valley Sec26 Ol60a (1870) 
Looking-glass Prairie Tel. Mascou- 
tah 

Friess, Henry G. (Cornelia Spohr) 
Ch Hazel, Willie; Freeburg R2 
Freeburg Secl2 O307a (1867) Kin- 
loch and Bell Tel. Mascoutah 

Friesz, John (Eleanora Schaefer) 
Freeburg R3 Prai'rie DuLong Sec5 
O40a (1839) Floraville iel. 
Floraville 

Frisch, John P. (Emma Jones) Ch 
Lillie, Henry, Sylvester, Edna, 
Gladys, Lizzie; Freeburg Rl New 
Athens Sec3 T200a Julius Huflf 
(1909) 

Fritz, Carl H. (Cora Fox) "Wild^ 
wood Farm" Freeburg R2 Free- 
burg Sec20 091a (1880) 



Fritz, Philip C. (Lizzie Schildknecht) 
Ch Edwin, i-,inda, *Ernest; Leban- 
on R2 O Fallon Sec23 T200a Albert 
Chenot (1864) 

Fritz, Philip G. (Philipbena Schnei- 
der) Ch JiOihn, Louis, George, 
iFrank, Arthur, Edgar, *lHenry, 
♦Katie; Lebanon Rl O'Fallon Seel 
O80a Tl60a Edwaird Mid'gliey 
(1863) 

Fruth, Phillip (Catherine Rentier) Ch 
Clara, Emma, Freda, *Lenia, 
*Henry, *Herman, *Charles; Belle- 
ville Rl St. Clair Sec26 Ol37a 
(1854) 

Fruth, Herman (Margaret Buergen) 
Ch i'Minerva, Herchel, Malcolm; 
BellevUle Rl St. Clair Sec26 Tl38a 
Phillip Fruth (1888) 

Fuesser Bros. Mascoutah R2 Mas- 
coutah Sec28 O205a (1850) Look- 
ing-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Fuesser, John P. (Eliza C. Riess) 
Ch *Philip, *Eliza, *Charlie, *AI- 
viem; Mascoutah R2 Mascoutah 
Sec28 Ol05a (1853) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Fulte, Walter H. (Katie A. Wagner) 
Lenzburg Rl Marissa SeclO 082a 
(1892) Mudcreek Tel. Marissa 

Funk, August E. (Elsa Linder) Free- 
burg R2 Freeburg Secl4 Ol60a 
(1892) Kinloch Tel. Mascoutah 

Funk, Georee A. (Anna Blinn) Ch 
Irma, Walter; Mascoutah R3 
Engelmann Secl9 Ol03a (1890) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Funk, Mrs. Henry (Mary Schaubert) 
Ch Henry, Herbert, Otto, Arnold, 
*Linda; Freeburg R2 Freeburg 
Sec9 Ol60a (1872) Kinloch Tel. 
Freeburg 

Funk, Philip P. (Annie Fries) Ch 
Alma, Erwin, Minnie, Roland, 
Anita; Mascoutah R3 Ffreeburg 
Secl3 Ol60a (1875) Kinloch Tel. 
Mascoutah 



Gabriel, August E. Jr. (Hilda Dietz) 
Ch August, Donald; Belleville Rl 
St. Clair Sec36 TlOOa Greenmount 
Cemetery (1894) Kinloch Tel. 
Belleville 



Gaebelt, Hermain (Lena Dinges) Ch 
Ella; Lenzburg Lenzburg Sec24 
O200a (1866) Farmers Tel. New 
Athens 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Gaebelt, W. J. (Elizabeth Beck) Ch 
Peter, Leona; Lenzburg Rl Fay- 
etteville Sec31 Tl34a Jacob Bert- 
holdt (1871) Farmers Eastern Tel. 
New Athens 

Galle, Giistave (Catherine eckmann) 
Ch William H.; "Marissa Stock 
Farm" Marissa Rl Marissa Sec23; 
Ol80a (1862) Biddelborn Tel. 
Marissa 

Ganz, George (Theresa Kerm) ICh 
Verna; Trenton R3 Lebanon Sec25 
T90a Hlenry Schumaker (1884) 
Kinloch Tel. New Baden 

Ganz, Oscar J. (Maggie Schneider) 
Mascoutah Rl Engelmann Secll 
Tl20a Carl Mueller (1889) Look- 
ing-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Ganninger, Edgqr H. (Louisa Seitz) 
Mascoutah IR3 Engelmann Sec21 
T60a Mrs. Anna Dieher (1890) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Gartiser, Joe H. (Hannah A. Persch- 
backer) Ch Marie, Elvera; Mascou- 
tah R2 Mascoutah Sec21 T85a Pete 
Theobold (1882) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Gaubatz, Conrad G. (Anna L. Smith) 
Minnie Smith, mother; Marissa R3 
Marissa Sec24 Tl02a Minnie Smith 
(1888) Black Jack Tel. Marissa 

Gauch, George (Caroline Maurer) 
Ch George, Clarence, *Mary, *Em- 
Tna, *Lulu, *Madge, *Katie, *Louis; 
New Athens Rl Prairie DuLong 
Secl4 Ol72a (1856) 

Gauch, George H. (Paulina Gross- 
mann) Ch Lester, Clements, 
Melinda, Elmer, Wa^sbington, 
Harry, Richard; "Walnut Grove 
Farm" Freeburg Rl Smithton 
Secl3 T200a William J. Reichert 
(1894) Tel. Kinloch 

Gauch, Louis P. (Anna Miller) 
Smithton Smithton Sec32 O40a 
(1881) IFloraville Tel. Floraville 

Geolat, John (Margaret LivebO Ch 
John Jr., Julia, iCecelia, ^Elizabeth, 
♦Victor, *Edward', *Wilhelmina, 
*Elenora; BellevUle R2 St. Clair 
Sec33 06a (1907) Kinloch Tel. 
Belleville 

George, Henry (Balbina Scheibel) 
Ch Christina; O'Fallon R2 Casey- 
ville Sec26 056a (1889;^ 



George, Walter Phillip (Katie Kuhn) 
Ch Emily, Loretta; "Richland 
Valley" Freeburg IRl Prairie Du- 
Long Sec2 T^5a John George 
(1888) Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Geralds, Daniel (Janie Hale) Ch 
Lydie, Berlie, Irvin; Marissa R2 
Lenzburg Sec35 Tl60a Edward 
Knuwitz (1918) Farmers Tel. 
New Athens 

Gerardi, Joseph (j^ieanor CoIIignon) 
Ch Eleanor, Charlotte, Ruth, Louis, 
Bernice, Gertrude; O'Fallon R2 
Caseyville Sec23 Ol08a (1919) 

Gerger, John Ch Irvin, Leonard, 
John, Catharine, Mary; Belleville 
1^2 St. Clair Sec34 T90a Samuel 
M. Ripley (1860) Bell Tel. Belle- 
ville 

iGerhardt, Edwin C. (Frieda Metzger) 
Waterloo R3 Millstadt SeclOS 
Tl60a Peter Gerhardt (1892) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 

Germain, John N. (Alma Dressier) 
Ch Corinne, Dorothy; Trenton RS 
Lebanon Sec9 Tl30a Elizabeth Ger- 
main Summerfield Tel. Summer- 
field 

GermeUii Adam (Bowman) Ch Jos- 
eph, Adolph, August, Arthur, Ad- 
anis, Viola, *Tony; Freeburg R3 
Freeburg Sec30 O40a (1861) Kin- 
loch Tel. Freeburg 

Germann, Mrs. George (Elizabeth 
Hollenbach) Ch Lando, Harry, 
*Hugo, *Maggie, *Cora; Millstadt 
R2 M-llstadt Sec26 Ol20a (1866) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Germann, Louis (Louisa Eckert) Ch 
Alvin, *Louis, *Otto, *Ella; Mill- 
stadt R2 Millstadt Sec34 Oll6a 
(1861) Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Germann, Otto (Ida Miller) Ch El- 
mer, Howard; Millstadt R2 Mill- 
stadt Sec34 Tl02a Dan Probst 
(1892) Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Gisher, Edward J. (Sophia L. B eve- 
lot) 'Ch Marie, Edward, Rosa, 
Amelia, Ferdinand; Centerville 
Station Rl Sec33 T90a Mrs. Maggie 
Pieffer (1892) 

Glade, Henry (Margaret Reitz) Ch 
Armeda, Henry, George, ♦Flor- 
ence; Belleville R4 Stookey SeclO 
O80a (1865^ 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Glade, Herman (Elma Turch) 
"Patch" Belleville IR4 Stookey 
Secll 03a (1867) 

Glauber, John J. Jr. (Anna Fournie) 
Ch Milford, Kenneth; Edgemont 
Sta. East Tt. Louis R3 Canteen 
Secl6 T30a Mrs. H. Massrang 
(1894) 

Glauber, Joseph M. (Mary L- Touch- 
ette) Ch Louise, Alvina, *Au!rusta, 
♦John, *Judith; Edgemoint Star East" 
St. Louis R4 Canteen Sec22 T49a 
Frank Schmisur (1864) 

Glenn, Daniel L. (Olive i<.utherford) 
iCh Lloyd, Martha, Virginia, ♦Ray- 
mond, *Jessie; Belleville R3 Casey- 
ville Sec34 075a (1862) Kinloch 
lei. Belleville 

Glenn, Wm. T. (Gracie Jones) Ch 
Leroy, Halcyon, Carrie, Constance; 
S.^^^°7 ^? Caseyville Sec25 
Oiaoa (1864) Kinloch Tel. O'Fal- 
lon 

^°nu^1}' George A. (Kafe Garber) 
Ch Arthur; Freeburg R3 -Prairie 

(1917) FIoravfHe Tel. Floraville 

^^ifPPfJ*^ Wiljian, C. (Delphina 

Becker) Belleville R4 Stookev 

Seen T4^a iPrank Emge Cl897) 

^°ru% ^^'■bert O. (Alice iHantle) 

RnfT. ^^'t^o'^^,']' V^^'^a- Will, 
Ruth, Carl Gerald, Loraine; Free- 
burg Freeburg Sec29 OSOa (1915) 
Goodman. Henry W. (Mary Hess) 
Ch Henry Jr.; BeUeville Ri St. 

BeTlviUe ^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^" '^^'• 

G<>ssmann, William (Louisa Dehl) Ch 
Louisa *Molly; Marissa R3 Ma- 
nssa Sec34 Ol70a (1874) 

Gouy, Peter Sister and brothers; 
Edgemont Sta, East St. Louis R4 
Canteen Secl4 O40a Tll5a Schultz 
Heirs (1885) ocnmrz 

Grandcolas. Albert J. (Alma Schuh) 
Freeburg Rg Freeburg Secl6 Tll5a 
iJ;"ebu'rg' ^''''^ ^'"^-^h Tel. 

Grandcolas, PhUip (Lizzie Kabureck) 

Jaik ."'l^H'^^'^^.^^^^' Sophia, 
♦Albert, *Bertha, *Tillie; Freeburg 
«2 Freeburg Sec8 OSOa (1867) 
Kinloch Tel. Freeburg ^ 

^'■^ery. Charles (Anita Weisser) 
Edgemont Sta. East St. Louis R4 
Canteen Secl5 T44a Nicholas 'Gran- 
ery (1879) 



Granery, Nicholas E. (Louisa Verlie) 
Ch Mary, Albert, *IFeIicity, *Rosa 
♦Amelia, Charles; Edgemont Sta, 
East St. Louis R4 Canteen Secl6 
035a (1850) 

Grahlheer, August (Ida IR. Schoep- 
pel) iCh Hildegard, Harold, Al- 
phonsus; New Athens Rl Prairie 
DuLong Sec35 Tl40a Adam Schuiz 
(1870) Farmers Line New Athens 

Grahmann, Charlie (Slyvina A. Vin- 
er) Centerville Rl Centerville Sec33 
T40a Baer Bros. (1889) 

Grahmann, . Charles C. (Elizabeth 
Steakhaus) Ch Minnie, -ivillie, 
♦Fred. ♦Charles; Ekigemont Sta. 
East St. Louis R2 Centerville Sec28 
T54a Maggie Pieffer (.1858) 

Grahmann, John F. (Mathilda Kiefer) 
Ch Lillian, Alfred; Centerville Sta- 
tion Rl Centerville Sec33 T55a 
L. D. Turner (1888) 

Grammet, William J. (Louisa 
.jchaefer) Ch Carl, ♦'George, *^r.^n 
♦Nettie; "Oakland Farm" Belle- 
ville R2 Smithton Sec20 Tl70a 
Mary ichaefer (1862) Floraville 
Tel. Floraville 
Graul, Fred J. (Mary Perschbacker) 
Ch Irene, Henrietta, Virginia, Lor- 
etta, Alfred, Marie; Mascoutah Rl 
Engelmann Secl4 Tl02a Alfred 
Boesenberg (1878) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 
Graul, Fred Jr. (Augusta Schanz) Ch 
Herbert, Hilda, Florence; Mascou- 
tah R3 Freeburg Sec24 Tl20a Mag- 
gie Roth (1882) Kinloch Tel. Mas- 
coutah 
Graul, Henry (Mary Schneider) Ch 
Albert, John; Fred, iHtenry, Wil- 
liam, ♦Martin, ♦Minnie, ♦Lizzie; 
Mascoutah Rl Engelmann Secl3 
O80a (1869) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 
Graul, Hehiry F. (Minnie Griebel) Ch 
Elmer, Lawrence, Raymond; Mas- 
coutah R3 Engelmann Secl5 Tl20a 
Gustav Scheve (1881) Looking- 
glass Tel. Mascoutah 
Graul, Martin (Mattie Walthes) Ch 
Earl, Ella, AUeen; Mascoutah Rl 
Engelmann Secl4 TlOOa Mrs. Cor- 
nick (1890) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 
Graul, Philip J. (Lorena Halenber) 
ICh Howard, Viola; Mascoutah R3 
Engelmann Sec7 Tl60a Jacob Ren- 
ner (1886) Looking-glass Tel. Mas- 
coutah 



FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Graul, William (Emily Schmitz) Ch 
Erna, Elvira, Esther; Mascoutah 
ORl Engelmann Secl4 08a (1884) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Greener, George J. Jr. (Proxedes 
Becherer) George; Caseyville Rl 
Caseyville Sec22 Tl85a William 
Weiss 

Griebel, William F. (Tilly Schnur) 
Ch Lester, Irene, Walter, Helen. 
Hilda, Edna; Mascoutah R3 Engel- 
mann Secl9 Tll2Ka R. D. W. Hol- 
der (1888) Lookitig-glass Tel. Mas- 
coutah 

Griesbaum, Albert (Elizabeth Loehr) 
Ch Agnes, Cletus, IClemens; New 
Baden Mascoutah Secl3 078a 
(1865) Looking-glass Tel. New 
Baden 

Griesbaum Xavier F. (Lillie Bill- 
hartz) Ch Arthur, Lillian, Walter, 
Viola, *Gussie; New Baden Mas- 
coutah Secl3 Oll8a (1872) Laok- 
ing-glass Tel. New Baden 

Greuber, Leonard (Mary Mohr) Ch 
Alvin, Lydia, *iHlenry; New Ath- 
ens R2 New Athens Secl7 Tl63a 
Margaret Darmstetter (1918) 
Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Griffin. Arthur W. (Mary Karch) Ch 
Russel, Ethel; Freeburg R2 Free- 
burg Sec25 Ol64a (1897) Kinloch 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Griffin, Charles (Martha Park) Ch 
Cyril, Myrtle, j. Boon, Laclede; 
"Griffin Farm" BellevUle R6 Shiloh 
Valley Secl4 025(>a (1845) Look- 
ing-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Griffin, J. Boon (Alma S. Plab) Ch 
Vesta, Alice; "Griffin Farm" Belle- 
ville R6 Shiloh Valley Secl4 T250a 
Charles Griffin ( 1882) Looking- 
glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Griffin, Laclede .(Sylvia M. Ferguson) 
Ch Lester; Belleville IR6 Shiloh 
Valley Sec23 T430a Mrs. J. Tiede- 
manii (1887) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Grimmer. Frank M. (Edna L. Leas- 
baum) Ch Helen; Mascoutah Rl 
Mascoutah Sec25 Tl30a John Grim- 
mer (1895) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Grimmer, Peter P. (Mary Kiefer) Ch 
Magdalene, Genevieve, Mary, Paul; 
Mascoutah Rl Mascoutah Sec26 
Ol33a (1861) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 



Grodeon. Edward (Otille Weil) Ch 
Harold, Violet, Bernice, Buford; 
Mascoutah R3 Engelmann Sec6 
T240a Anna Fackt (1882) Looking- 
glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Grodeon, Walter J. (Wanda Luck- 
ner) Lebanon R2 O'Fallon Sec26 
03a (1886) Kinloch Tel. Lebanon 

Grodon, August (Clara Weil) Ch 
Verna; Belleville R6 Shiloh Valley 
Secll T75a Joseph Reider (1873) 
Kinloch Tel. O'Fallon 

Grohmann, Fted (Anna Herzog) Ch 
Ben, Fred, 'William, George, Wal- 
ter; Freeburg R3 Prairie DuLong 
Sec8 0258a (1868) Floraville Tel. 
Floraville 

Grolle. Fred (Louise Kraemer) Ch 
Roy, Mildred; Trenton IR3 Leb- 
anon Sec23 T240a Ben Baer (1879) 
North Grove Tel. Summerfield 

Grolle, Waiiam (Bertha Ziegler) Ch 
Catherine; Trenton R3 Lebanon 
Sec25 Tiaoa Thomas Fischer (1913) 
Kinloch Tel. New Baden 

Gross, Edward (.Susan L. Becherer) 
Ch Edwin, Margaret, Arthur; 
Belleville R6 Shiloh Valley SeclS 
T80a M. O. Wilderman (1887) Bell 
Tel. Belleville 

Gross, Edward (Bertie Gardner) Ch 
Clinton East St. Louis Rl Center- 
ville Cahokia Commonfields T5a 
Julius Pittzmann (1918) 

Gross, Henry New Athens Rl New 

Athens Secl6 OoOa Mary Gross 
(1888) Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Grossheim, George (Margaret Park- 
er) New Athens R2 Prairie Du 
Long Sec21 O90a (1875) Farmers 
Tel. Hecker 

Grossman, Fred L, (Carolina Lin- 
dauer) Ch Oliver, Ella, Meta, An- 
na, *Hilda, *Edna, *Alvin; Free- 
burg Rl Smiihton Sec26 Tl60a 
Louisa 'Hummel (1865) Kinloch 
Tel. Freeburg 

Grossmann, Fred W. (Anna Etling) 
Ch Oscar, Clara, Armin, Wilbert; 
"Prairie Mound Farm" Belleville 
IR2 Smithton Secl9 Ol27a (1877) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Grossmann, Geo. C. (Margaret Ohl- 
endorf) C^ Edward, Freida, *Gus- 
tave, *Hilda; Millstadt R2 Mill- 
stadt^Sec24 Ol20a (1859) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 



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Grossmann, Gustave (Freida Kuhn) 
Maistadt R2 Millstadt Sec24 Tl20a 
Geo. C. IGrossmann (1884) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 

Grossmann, Henry (Philippine Gross- 
man) Belleville R2 Smjthton Sec29 
040a (1859) iFloraville Tel. Flora- 
villa 

Grossmann, John H. (Maggie Ger- 
mann) Ch Carl; Millstadt R2 Mill- 
stadt Sec25 OeOa (1880) Floraville 
Tel. Floraville 

Groth, Edward (Olga Lippert) Ch 
Alvin, Viola, Lawrence, Florence-, 
Lorena; "Richland Farm" Free- 
burg Smithton Sec35 Tl60a John 
Gundlach (1885) Kinloch Tel. Free- 
burg 

Groth, William (Lizzie R. Hummel) 
Mascoutah IR2 Mascoutah Sec22 
Tl20a H. Mann (1883) Looking- 
glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Gruenewald, John (Catherine Roden- 
much) ICh Katy, Bertha, Walter. 
*Emma, *Etta, *Ella; Millstadt Rl 
Millstadt Sec5 Ol63a (1858) Mill- 
stadt Tel. Millstadt 

Gruenewald, Lewis and Jacob Mill- 
stadt Rl Millstadt Sec5 060a (1869) 
Millstadt Tel. Millstadt 

Greunewald. Otto W. (Clara Hiaupt) 
Lenzburg Lenzburg Tl20a Carl 
Fanke (1890) 

Gruber, Henry (Catherine Frisch- 
kom) Lenzburg Rl iFayetteville 
Sec32 Tl20a Jacob Schuster (1918) 

Gudsther, Frank (Lena Haub) Ch 
Rolland, Mildred, Millard, Delph- 
ine; Marissa R2 Marissa Secir 
T96a C. H. Waeltz (1885) Short 
Line Tel. Marissa 

Guettermann,. Fred (Catherine Holt 
grave) 'Ch Daniel, Mary; Millstadt 
R2 Smithton Secl9 Tl40a Mrs. 
Grossmann (1900) Floraville Tel 
Floraville 

Guckes, Fred (Christina Mueller) Ch 
Ida, iFred, Albert, Amanda, *Hilda 
*EIsie; Millstadt IR2 Millstadt 
Secl6 077Ka (1870) Millstadt Tel 
Millstadt 



Guildig, August H. (Cora Eysnann) 
Ch ArWl, Clemence, Armund; Mas- 
coutah R3 Engelmann Sec7 Tla 
John Fackt (1910) Lcyoking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Gundlach, Arthur P. (Eleanor Bosch) 
Ch Paul, Dolores; Belleville Re 
Shiloh Valley Secl7 Tl70a J. J. 
Gundlach (1891) Bell Tel. Belle- 
v-lle 

Gundlach, Julius H. (Elizabeth Kis- 
sel) ,Ch Rosella, Julia, Walter, Eu- 
gene; Belleville Re St. Clair Sec23 
(1887) Bell. Tel. Belleville 

Gustmann, Ollie (Anna Buhr) Ch 
Mabel, Elsa, Veleria, Albert, Wil- 
liam; "'White Oak Farm" Lebanoln 
Rl Lebanon Sec31 Ol05a (1900) 
Kinloch Tel. Lebanon 

Giutherz, George P. (Mary Punzen.) 
Ch Elmer, Edwin, Arthur; Mill- 
stadt Rl Millstadt Sec5 TlSl^^a 
CHristina Gutherz (1913) Millstadt 
Tel. Millstadt 

Guthrie, David M. (Emma E. Dunn) 
Ch Burnell, Roger, *D. Allyn; 
"Springdale Farm" Marissa R2 Ma- 
rissa Sec32 Ol50a (1867) Marissa 
and Baldwin Tel. Marissa 

Guthrie, George W. (Anna Zelda Ir- 
win) Ch Oran Irwin, Will'am 
Earl; iRebecca Guthrie, mother; 
Marissa R2 Marissa Sec32 T92a 
Rebecca Guthrie (1877) Marissa and 
Baldwin Tel. Marissa 

Gutjahr, Peter (Clara Aulbach) Ch 
Oscar, Thecla, Lucy, Alphonso; 
Marissa R2 Marissa Sec29 Tl40a 
Mrs. Nan McCurdy (1916) West 
Dozaw Tel. Marissa 

Guttersohn. Louis (Maggie Duker) 
Ch Ida, Regina, Arthur, *Charlie, 
♦Lottie, *Louis; CoUinsviUe Rl 
O'Fallon Sec5 Tll5a Catharine 
Guttersohn (1863) Kinloch Tel. 
Collinsville 



Gutterson, Mrs. PhiUip (Lizzie Gass) 
Ch FVeda, Irvin, Hilda; Lebanon 
R2 O'Fallon Sec5 0215,i (18C6) 
Kinloch Tel. Collinsville 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



H 



Haas, Albert J. H. (Emma Herbert) 
Ch Edwin, Elsie, *Henrietta; 
Belleville R4 Stookey Sec23 TSOa 
Gus Pflugmacher (1867) 

Haas, Conrad E. (Katy Fiedeler) Ch 
Coon, Alfred, Theodore, Ervin, 
Emma, L'llian, Raymond, *Lona, 
♦Arthur, *Ed\vin; Mascoutah R3 
Engelmann Sec22 T200a Peter Am- 
mann (1865) Looking-glass Tel 
Mascoutah 

Haas, Ed. A. (May L. Yarber) Ch 
Walter, Otto, Roland, Lorrine; 
Mascoutah R2 Mascoutah Seclo 
OSOa (1881) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Haas, Emil (Anna Rhuish) Ch Mary, 
Clara; Mascoutah R2 Mascoutah 
Secl6-9 Ol27a (1870) Looking- 
glass Prairie Tel. Mascoutah 

Haas, George E. (Rosa Keller) Ch 
Wilburt, Henry, Millie, Ann, *Emil, 
♦Alfred, *FraTiJcis, *Edward;- Tren- 
ton R3 Lebanon Sec36 OSOa (1866) 
Kinloch Tel. New Baden 

Haas, Jacob (Josephine Bellm) Ch 
Joseph; Trentoin R3 Lebanon Seel 
Tl20a John Haas (1899) 

Haas, John (Helen Trenz) Ch Toe. 
♦Louie J.; Lebanon Rl Lebanpn 
Sec5 Ol30a (1851) St. Jacob Tel. St. 
Jacob 

Haas, John P. (Anna M. Wolf) Ch 
Lawrence, August, Ronnald, An- 
thony, Leona, Veronica, Pearl, 
Amelia, ♦Ida, ♦Olivia, ♦Sylvester; 
Mascoutah Rl Mascoutah Sec24 
T260a Dr. C. Rayhill (1894) Look- 
ing-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Haas, Joseph Jr. (Elizabeth Fried- 
erich) Ch Elmer, Meta, ♦Anton, 
♦Oliver; Mascoutah R2 Mascoutah 
Sec9 TSOaJohn B. Padfield' (1864) 
Looking-glass Prarrie Tel. Mas- 
coutah 

Haas, Louis J. (Jennie Haury) Ch 
Jessie, Amos; Summerfield Leb- 
anon Sec22 Tl65a John Hp.as 
(1886) North Grove Tel. Summer- 
field 

Haas, Oliver G. (Amelia Muller) 
Mascoutah ^2 Mascoutah SecO 
T40a Mrs. John Riebold (1897) 



Haas, Otto (Frieda Wirth) Millstadt 
Rl Stookey SecSS T80a William 
Wirth Sr. (1889) Farmers Tel. Mill- 
stadt 

Haas, Philip A, (Louisa Klingel- 
hoefer) /Ch Verene, Philip Jr.; Mas- 
coutah IRl Engelmann SecS T384a 
Charles Rayhill (1884) Looking- 
glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Hacker, J. Nick Sr. (Elizabeth Kne- 
vitz) Ch Edwin, Theodore, Arthur, 
Otto, Katie, Ohristena, Alex, Jo- 
hanna, ♦Emma, ♦Nick, ♦Lizzie, 
♦Martha; "Hacker Homestead" 
Marissa R2 Marissa Secl6 0367a 
(1861) iHSckory Grove Tel. Marissa 

Hacker, J, Nick Jr. (Augusta Weil- 
muenster) Ch Albert. Edna, Ev- 
elyn, Dora, Harold, Wilfred, Ray- 
mond; Lenzburg Rl Fayetteville 
Sec35 TllOa Carl A. Weilmuenster 
(1884) 

Haeuber, John T. (Anna M. Graul) 
Ch Allen. Irene; Mascoutah R3 
Mascoutah Sec33 Tl34a John Mann 
(1889) Looking-g^ass Tel. Mascou- 
tah 

Haeuber, Mate (Catherine Etling) 
Ch Erwin, George, Adelia, ♦John, 
♦Lorenia, ♦Irma; Mascoutah R3 
Engelmann Secl5 OSOa (1864) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Hafer, Fred (Emma Sponemawn) Ch 
♦Mary; Edgemont Sta. East St. 
Louis R2 Centerville Sec28 07a 
(1893) 

Hafley, John A. (Barbara Hiammann) 
Ch Carl, Tillie, Edward." ♦Mollic, 
♦Johnnie; Belleville Rl Freeburg 
SecS Tl60a Dr. Legrand (1919) 

Hagemann, Adolph S. (Dollie Hag- 
emann) Ch Simon, Laverne, Lu- 
cille, Earl; Lebanon R2 O'Fallon 
Secl4 T92a Adolph Hagemann 
Sr. (1880) 

Hagemann, Arthur (Lizzie Lurtz) Ch 
Herbert,- 'Glenn; Lebanom Rl 
O'Fallon Ol09a (1880) Kinloch Tel. 
Lebanon 

Hagemann, Emil (Ida Weil) Ch Jes- 
sie; Lebanon R2 O'Fallon Secl5 
T83a Adolph Hagemann (1889) 

Hagemanfev, Mrs. Phillip (.A.nna Ho- 
bien) Ch Louise, Edward, ♦Anna, 
♦Elizabeth; Lebanon R2 O'Fallon 
Secl5 Ol34Ha (1863) Kinloch Tel. 
O'Fallon 



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Hagemann. William (Caroline 
Cfrolle) Ch WHlliam, iFred, Philip, 
Anna, *Minnie; Trenton R2 Leb- 
anon Sec 22 Ol278a (1858) 

Hager Peter (Mathilda Ahlheim) 
Ch Walter, Edna, Mildred, Elmer, 
*Fred, *Adetia, *Clara; "New Ath- 
ens R3 Lenzburg Sec9 O206a (1867) 
Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Hahn, Frank (Information refused) 
(Mary Kessler) Ch *Eva, *Michaer; 
Stookey Sec21 Ol20a (1889) Farm- 
ers Tel. Millstadt 

Hamann, Otto J. (Amelia Vech- 
toldt) Ch Myrtle, Bessie; Freeburg 
R2 Freeburg Sec20 T80a John Ha- 
mann (1882) Kinloch Tel. Free- 
burg 

Hambuch, John A. (Dora Hacker) 
Ch Dorothy A.; Lenzburg Rl Ma- 
rissa Sec7 T64a Antom HIambuch 
(1919) 

Hamm, Philip T. (Catharine ^Crae- 
mer) Ch *John, *Ben, ♦Carrie. 
♦Tracy; Caseyville Rl Caseyville 
Sec28 T69a George Leinisch (1914) 

Hammel, Mrs. Barbara (Barbara 
Hoffman) Ch ICora, Margaret, 
♦John, ♦George, ♦Jacob, ♦Martin, 
♦Edward, ♦Alvin; Millstadt Rl 
Millstadt Secl7 076a (1860) Mill- 
stadt Tel. Millstadl: 

Hammel, George (Ida Willman) Ch 
Earl, Erma; Millstadt Rl Mill- 
stadt Secl7 Ola (1881) 

Hammon, Andrew (Sophia Schehr) 
Ch Josie, Andrew, Mike; Casey- 
ville Caseyville Secl7 T99a C. T. 
O'Falloni (1869) 

Hanft, Atigust J. (Minnie Schmidt) 
Ch Lester; New Athens R3 Lenz- 
burg Sec2 Tl54a John Hanft (1885) 
Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Hanft, Charles R. (Ida Bald) Ch Le- 
Toy, Virginia; "Hanft's 'Grain and" 
Stock Farm" New Athens R3 Lenz- 
burg Sec3 OSOa (1884) Farmers 
Tel. New Athens 

Hanft, Dan (Dot Moore) Ch Caro- 
line; Lenzburg Lenzburg Secl2 
OSOa (1886) 

Hanft, George (Caroline Bald) Ch 
♦George, *Daniel, -Clara; Lenz- 
burg Lenzburg O360a (1851) (Farm- 
ers Tel. New Athens 

Hanft, George E. (Emma 'Gruene- 
wald) Ch Edgar, Milton; Lenzburg 
Lenzburg Tl50a George HIanft Sr. 
(1883) Farmers Tel. New Athens 



Hangsleben, Herman F. (Erailie^ 
tries) Ch Emilie, Harvey, Lisetta,. 
\delia, Herman Jr.; "Modern Stock 
Farm" Mascoutah Rl Engelmana 
Secl2 Ol24^a (1879) Looking- 
glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Hangsleben, John F. (Caroline Mey- 
ers) Ch Albert, Edward, Anna,. 
Emma, ♦William, ♦Sallie, ♦Celia, 
♦Fred, ♦Walter, ♦Henry; Belleville 
R6 Shiloh Valley Sec6 T52a Mrs. 
John P?nn (1866) 

Hlalngsleben, William H. (Augusta 
Keopeske) ^Ch Walter, Ernie, Wil- 
bert. Earl, Lorene, Ardel; O'Pallon 
Rl Shiloh Valley Sec4 T79a Louis 
Schoppkoelter (1876) 

Hankammer, George C. Belleville IR5 

Stookey Sec34 OSOa (1888) Farm- 
ers Tel. Millstadt 
Hankammer, William (Caroline 
Mehl) Ch Amel, Joseph, Antone,. 
♦Oliver, ♦Julius, ♦Colia, ♦Bertha; 
Millstadt Rl Millstadt Sec4 Ol20a 
(1854) Millstadt Tel. Millstadt 

Huikins, Thomas O. (Myrtle Baily) 
Ch Addie. Lawrence, William,. 
Thomas, Victor, Theodore, Emily, 
Sterlin; East St. Louis Centerville 
Cahokia Commonfields Tl40a Jul- 
ius Pittzmann (1898) 

Hanson, Augustus P. (Emma Reith- 
nug) Ch Daniel "Fairview Farm" 
Edgemont Sta. East St. Louis R4 
Caseyville Sec30 06^a (1893) 

Hanson, Christie J. (Arva Tpwn- 
send) Ch Leland, Chloris, Everett, 
Florence, Janice, ♦Leota, ♦Mae, 
♦William, ♦Ella, ♦Julia; Lebatnion 
Rl Lebanon Sec6 T287a Catherine 
Townsend (1896) Kinloch Tel. St. 
Jacob 

Harbaugh, J. B. (Mary Parker) Ch 
Amna, Raymond, WKll'am, ♦Nellie, 
♦Jahe, ♦Margaret, ♦May, ♦Cather- 
ine; "Maple Hill Stock Farm" 
New Athens R2 Prairie DuLong 
Sec28 O240a (1883) ^Farmers Tel. 
Hecker 

Hardy, Henry (Rosa Schultze) Ch 
Olga, Emma, Edna, Vernal. ♦Carl, 
♦Erwin, ♦Olin, ♦John, ♦Henry, 
♦Cora; Lenzburg Marissa Sec7 
OSOa (I860) 

Harms, Jesse L. (Stella McLeod) Ch 
Mildred; Lebanon Rl Lebanon 
Sec31 T92a Mrs. Wm. Niemeyer 
(1895) Kinloch Tel. Lebanon 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Harms, John H (Anke Bohlen) Ch 
Delia, Leroy, Walter, Dorothy, 
♦Marietta, * Jesse; Lebanon Rl 
Lebanon Sec31 055a Tl75a Hester 
Harms (1858) Kinloch Tel. Leb- 
anon 

Harris, Ben D. (Julia Roach) Ch 
Leslie, iJorothy; Collinsville Rl 
OlPallon Sec6 Ol04Ha (1919) Kin- 
loch Tel. Collinsville 

Harris, Henry (Lillie Hernzpeter) 
Ch Clarence, Mable, Omar; East 
Carondelet Rl Sugar Loaf Sec24 
Tl30a Phil Harris (1879) 

Harris. William H. (Margaret 
Bogev) Ch Mamie, Belle, Wiliam, 
John; Lebanon R2 O'Fallon Sec29 
T60a W. G. Willard (1873) Kinloch 
Tel. Lebanon 

Harrisati, Dave (Lydia Picton) Ch 
Charlie, Ella, Edward, William; 
Caseyville Rl Caseyville Seco 092a 
(1869) Kinloch Tel. Collinsville 

Hart. Alonzo (Lena Pausch) Ch 
Earl, Floyd, Roland; O'FaUoln IR2 
Caseyville Secll Tl32a Lena 
Pausch (1867) Kinloch Tel. O'Fal- 
lon 

Hart. Edward East Carondelet Sugar 
Loaf Commonfi Ids T3a Terminal 
RIR. Co. (1867) 

Hartman. Harrison H. (Edna Joseph) 
Ch Evelyn, Hanrison 'H. Jr.; "Prair- 
ie Home Farm" Freeburg Rl Free- 
burg SecSl Tl55a Mahlon Hart- 
man (1883) Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 

Harzmann Bros. New Athens Rl 

New Athens Secl5-14 Tl64a Gott- 
lieb Harzmann (1884-94) Farm- 
ers Tel. New Athens 

Harzmann, Theodore (Anna Reppel) 
Ch Marguerite; Louis Harzmann, 
brother; "Center Farm" Marissa 
R2 Marissa Sec9 Tl64a Gottlieb 
Harzmann (1887) 

Hasemann. Charies (Sarah Bern- 
Jiardt) Ch August, *ivOuise; Leb- 
ainon Rl O'Fallooi Secl2 Oll4a 
(1850) Kinloch Tel. Lebanon 

Hasemann, George E. (Maggie Bern- 
hardt) Ch IRaymond, Leroy; Leb- 
anon R2 O'Fallon Secl4 OlOOa 
(1881) 

Haub, Christ. (Mary Albert) Ch 
Richard, *William, *Amelia, *Lena; 
New Athens R3 Lenzburg Sec9 
OeOa (1902) Oakland Valley Tel. 
New Athens 



Haudrich, G«orge (Mary BiflFar) Ch 
Elvera, Elmer, Cyril; Waterloo R3 
Millstadt Secl5S Tl20a A.nna 
Haudrich (1888) 
Haudrich, Joseph (Clara Koerber) 
Ch Leroy, Jerome; Waterloo R3 
Millstadt SeclsS TlOOa Anna 
Haudrich (1891) 
Haudrich Stephen A. (Mar> Helpnch) 
Ch William, Emil, Ellen, Adela. 
Lucilla; Freeburg R3 Praine 
DuLonk Sec4 Ol20a Floraville 
Tel. Floraville -^ • s rh 

Hauey, Oscar (Erma Emig) Ch 
Lester; Trenton R2 Lebanon 
SeclS TlBOa Henry Hauey (1885) 
Kinloch and North Grove Tels. 
Lebanon and Summerfield 
Haupt. Louis (Louisa SchifEerdecker) 
(Ch Rudolph, Ludia, Edna, *Hilda, 
*Rosa; "Peach Hill Stock Farm' 
New Athens R3 New Athens 
Sec36 O460a (1856) Farmers Tel. 
New Athens _ . 

Hauptman, John H. (Anna iFresen) 
Ch Edward, Walter, Ellen, Her- 
man, Lucille, *Alvina; O'Fallon R2 
Caseyville Secl2 071a (1900) 
Hauser, John G. (Augusta Hoflf- 
mann) Ch *George, *Eliza, *Rosie, 
♦William, *Katherihe, *Brunilda,_ 
*Henry; East Carondelet Rl Sugar 
Loaf Sec35 OlOOa (1850) Bell Tel. 
Millstadt 
Hausman, Anton J. (Anna Schaefer) 
Ch Gertrude, Anton Jr., Raymond; 
Freeburg R3 Smithton Sec27 Tl20a 
Peter Hausmann (1885) Bell Tel. 
Floraville 
Hausman, Sebastian (Emma Huels- 
man) Ch Fred, Emma, Leonard, 
Elizabeth; Trenton R2 Lebanon 
Sec35 Tl40a <Fred Huelsman (1910) 
North Grove Tel. Summerfield 
Heberer, Adolph (Amanda Koestern) 
Ch Irvin, Harold, Walter; Free- 
burg R2 Freeburg Secl5 O240a 
(1868) Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 
Heberer, George H. (Elizabeth 
Tesch) Ch Hulda, Herman, Henry, 
Minnie, Augusta, Martha, Herbert, 
Irma, Wilmer; Freeburg R2 Free- 
'burg Secl5 0394a (1864) Kinloch 
Tel. Freeburg 
Heberer, Henry (Lizzie Seibert) Ch 
Arthur, Lena, Adam, John, George. 
Emelia, Dora, Charles, Otto, 
Amanda, Katie, Anna; Freeburg 
R2 iPreeburg Secl5 0236a (1858) 
Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Heberer, Herman C. (Maggie Weik) 
Ch Leona; Freeburg R2 Freeburg 
Secl6 O200a (1879) Kinloch Tel. 
Freeburg 

Heck, Chris (Caroline Sewald) Ch 
Charles, Earl, Grace; O'Fallon R2 
O'Fallon Sec6 Tl50a John Bowler 
(1883) Kinloch Tel. CoUinsville 

Hecker, Arthur (Marie Eisenmeyer) 
Ch Harriet 'F., Estella J.; "Hecker 
Farm" Trenton R2 Mascoutah Sec3 
0236a (1849) North Grove Tel. 
Summdrfield 

Heer, Philip (Clary Auernheimer) 
Oh Alida, Ruth, Frieda, Clary, 
Esther, Samuel, 'Hienry; New Baden 
Mascoutah Secl3 TSOa John Bass- 
ler, (1875) Looking-glass Tel. New 
Baden 

Held, John (Catl.erinn Schorn) Ch 
♦Lena, *Chan'es, *Mary; Lenzbxirg 
Lenzburg Sec2 094a (1845) 

Heidom, Albert H. (Amelia Monken) 
Ch Dorothy, Leonard, Alice; 
O'Fallon IRl O'Fallon Sec32 Tl67a 
Susan Smiley (1886) Kiuloch Tel. 
O'Fallon 

HeU, John (Mary Erb) Ch Henry, 
Albert, Wilfried, Gomer, Edna, 
Lurine; Marissa Rl Marissa Sec26 
G28a (1876) Cherry Line Tel. 
MarissA 

Heil, Valentine Ch Charles H., 
*John, *.Albert; Lill'an Needham, 
♦Virginia L., wife and child of 
Charles; Marissa Marissa Sec22 
Ol74i^a (1859) 

Heinbuch, Charies (Mary Maynihan) 
Ch Charles, Edward, Harry, Mary. 
♦John, *Lawrence: New Athens Rl 
Prairie DuLong Sec26 Tl20a H. 
and Edward Barthel (1867) Far- 
mers Tel. New Athens 

Heiner, Howard (Lizzie Walthes) 
BeUeville Rl Shiloh Valley Sec23 
T80a Ninninger Estate (1918) 
Looking-glass Prairie Tel. Mas- 
coutah 

Heintz, Charles (Lena Bollmeier) 
Ch Kermit, iCharles Jr.; Marissa Rl 
tayetteville Sec36 Ol34a (1884) 
Farmers Tel. Marissa 

Heitmann, Peter (Mary Schraudt) 
Ch ♦Mena, *Mayme, *Nilad'a, ♦Wil- 
lie, ♦Charles, *Mary, ♦Lulu, ♦Josie. 
♦Lettie, ♦Aggie, ♦Annie, ♦Edward, 
♦Lizzie, ♦Andrew; Freeburg R2 
Freeburg Sec9 06a (1877) 



Helfrich, Adam F. (Rosa Englerth) 
Ch Wdlliam, Adolph, Barbara, 
Rosie, ♦Joseph, jacob, ♦Charles, 
♦Mary, ♦Carrie; Freeburg RS 
Prairie DuLong Sec8 Ol80a Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 
Helfrich, Charles (Mary Mawer) Ch 
Loretta, Cornelius; Freeburg RS 
Prairie DuLong 6ec7 Tl20a Chris 
Fleckenstein Floraville Tel. Flora- 
ville 
Helfrich, Frank A, (Rosa Sanzidk) 
Ch.lTene; Waterloo R3 Millstadt 
Secl4S 071a (1879) Floraville Tel. 
Floraville 
Helfrich, George Jr. (Threca Shefen- 
born) Ch Bertha, Amiel; Waterloo 
R3 Millstadt Sec23 T60a Joseph 
Helfrich (1881) 
Helfrich, Jacob (Gertie Mereth) ,Ch 
Leer, Eugene, Sylvester; Waterloo 
R3 Millstadt Secl3S TlOOa Louie 
Mereth (1888) iFloraville Tel. 
Floraville 
Helfrich, Johh (Kate Schmearbauch) 
Ch Anna, Aliva, Arthur; Freeburg 
R3 Freeburg Sec4 08a (1912) 
Helfrich, John F. (Mary Roth) Ch 
Aloys, Adelia, Clemens; O'Fallon 
R2 Caseyville Sec26 Tll5a James 
Thomas (1876) 
Helfrich, Joseph C. (Christina Kett- 
ler) Ch Edward, Cecelia, Clarence, 
.A.ntone, Alphonse, Amelia, Gregor 
Agnes; Waterloo R3 Millstadt 
Secl4S T63a George Helfrich 
(1876) 
Heller, George (Elizabeth Sipe) Ch 
Louis, ♦'George, *iFred, ♦Richard^ 
♦Walter. ♦Hilda, ♦Bertha, ♦Etta; 
Centerville Station Rl Stookey 
Sec30 O80a (1864) Farmers Tel. 
Millstadt 
HeUer, William (Jane Patton) Lenz- 
burg Rl Fayetteville Sec31 Ol57a 
(1874) Tel. New Athens 
Helms, Edward S. Mrs. Mary Werk- 
meister, housekeeper; Belleville 
Rl Smithton Secll Ol92a (1868) 
Kinloch Z el. Belleville 
Helms, Julius B. (Cornelia Staub) Ch 
Florence, Carmi, Lester, Annie, 
Vernell; Belleville Rl Smithton 
Secll 0£88a (1880) Kinloch Tel. 
Belleville 
Hendricks, Chris F. (Clara John- 
drom) Ch Harold. Clara, Willie, 
Herber:. Catherine, LucillSe; "Gris- 
wold Farm" Edgemont Sta. East 
St. Louis R3 Canteen S cl Tl020a 
Smith Est. (1916) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Hennecke, Charles (Bertha Leinier^ 
Ch Elda, Alfrod, Alir.n, Edgar; 
Millstadt R2 Millr-tadt Sec29 O80a 
(18 53) Millstadt Tel I/iillsladt 

Hcnnchs, John H. (CatJierinc M. 
Matzenbacher) Ch Cbra, Arthur, 
Erwin, Elnore. Laura, Tohn, Edna; 
Stnithton Smithton Sec34 Tl88a 
Louis Fischer Sr. (1916) 

Henrici, Conrad A. (Kathertne Wer- 
ner) Ch Edward, Richard; Mill- 
stadt R2 Millstadt Secl8 Oll3a 
(1851) Millstadt Tel. Millstadt 

Henry, John and, James Trenton R2 
Lebanon Sec24 057a Charles 
Faires (1909) Kinloch Tel. Tren- 
ton 

Thomas. Henry (Minnie Zitzmann) 
Ch Bernard, Vincent, Marcella; 
Trenton R2 Lebanon Secl7 Tl20a 
William Hagemann 

Hentze, William Ch Minnie, Louisa, 
Emma, *Lena, *Louis, *John; 
Lenzburg Lenzburg Secl2 O80a 
(1871) 

Hentzel, Jacob (Anna Schuster) Ch 
Arthur, Olivia, * William; New 
Athens R3 Lenzburg Sec3 T2D0a 
(1863) Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Hepp, Mrs. George Jr. (Anna Hom- 
righausen) Ch Anna, Albert, Ar- 
thur; ''Clover Dale Stock and 
Grain Farm" New Athens R2 
Prairie DuLong Sec34 O200a 
(1897) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Herbert, Fred (Carrie Mueller) Ch 
Alvin, Ella, Arthur, Lacinda, Al- 
fred; Belleville R5 Stookey Sec35 
Ul20a (1871) 

Herman, Clarence S- (Tillie Barthel) 
Ch Gladys; New Atheois R2 New 
Athens Sec7 T79a Philip Harmon 
(1S80) Farmers Tel. Freeburg 

Herman, Edward N. (Anna Meng) 
Ch Lorraine, *LawreTice, *Irene; 
"The Cedars" New Athens Rl New 
Athens Secl7 O305a (1854) Farm- 
ers Tel. Freeburg 

Herman, F. William (Henrietta Mer- 
ker) New Athens Rl New Athens 
Secl8 Ol83a (1863) Farmers Tel. 
Freeburg 

Herr, L. F. (Phillipena) Ch Ella, 
Anna, Bertha, Louis, "^Fred, *Pavla; 
Belleville R2 Smithton Secl6 O80a 
(1859) licll Tel. Belleville 



Herrmann. Henry A. (Barbara Men- 
ner) Ch William, Frank, Henry, 
Francis. Leo. Edmond, Robert, Ma- 
tilda, *Dorothy; Columbia iRl Sugar 
Loaf Seen Ol57a (1866) Farmers 
Fountain Tel. Columbia 

Herrmann, Mrs. Mary Ch Osta. Os- 
car, Henry; Columbia Rl Sugar 
Loaf Secll OSOa (1003) 

Hertel, Louis (Alvina Otten) Ch 
Louis; Millstadt Rl Stookey Sec31 
Ol6Sa (1860) Farmers Tel. Mill- 
stadt 

Hertlein, John J. (Theresa Schoen) 
Belleville R6 St Clair Sec23 Tl20a 
Mrs. Sophia Gundlach (1884) Bell 
Tel. Belleville 

Hess, Amiel (Clara Spehn) Ch Em- 
mett, Clarence; O'Fallon R2 Casey- 
ville Sec25 Tl60a Mary Scott 
(1864) Kinloch Tel. O'Fallon 

Hesse, Conrad (Ida Meckfessel) Ch 
Irene, Alvin; O'Fallon R2 O'Fallon 
Sec7 Tl36a Anna Meckfessel (1887^ 

Hesse, Frank E. (Elsie Lortz) Ch 
Siegel, Edgar, Ralph, Anita; Free- 
burg Rl New Athens Sec4 Tl60a 
William Reinheimer (1894) Farm- 
ers Tel. Freeburg 

Hesse, George Sr. (Mary Fritz) Ch 
Mary, George, Carl, Louise; O'Fal- 
lon Rl O'Fallon Sec20 OSOa 
(1849^ Kinloch Tel. O'Fallon 

Hesse, George (Emma Bayer) New 
Athens R2 Prairie DuLong Secl5 
O40a Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Hesse, William H. (Lydia Meckfes- 
sel) ch Vernon; O'FaUon Rl 
O^Fallon Sec21 TllOa Mary Hesse 
(1892) Kinloch Tel. O'Fallon 

Hessler, Frank j. (Frieda Fritz) Ch 
Charles, Emil, J^lizabeth; Belle- 
vUle R6 Shiloh Vallev Secl6 Tl40a 
M. M. Alexander (1882) Bell Tel. 
Belleville 

Hester, Joseph J. (Mary U. Beck- 
hart) Ch Joseph, Lizzie, Harry; 
East St Louis Stites Sec5 T20a 
Mr. Eli (1882) 

Heumann, John (Martha Stock) Ch 
Earl, Raymond; O'Fallon R2 Cas- 
eyville Sec24 Oei^a (1889) Kin- 
loch Tel. Oir'allon 

Highley, Harvey (Mary Proffit) Ch 
Ernie, Marvin, Lester, * Audrey; 
O'Fallon Rl O'Fallon Secl9 T44a 
M. Koch (1891) 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABI^E DIIRECTORY 



Hijldebrand, Frank A. (Johanna 
Lurtz) Ch LucUle; O'Fallon Rl 
O'FaJlon Secl7 Tl60a Ed Hobein 
(1886) Kinloch Tel. O'Fallon 

Hill, Benjamin E. (Ma^ry Edith Mur- 
phy) i-,ebanoini IRl Lebanon Sec7 
07a (1865) Kinloch Tel. Lebanon 

HiU, Clarion M. (Emily Baehr) Ch 
Samuel', Lillian; "Hiazelwood Stock 
iParm" Freeburg Rl Freeburg 
Sec30 O270a (1866) Kinloch Tel. 
Freeburg 

HUl, James S. (Ruth Bevirt) Ch 
Percy, Nellie; iCaseyville Rl Casey- 
ville Secl4 TSOa Ida Beviirt (1878) 
Ki-nloch Tel. O^Fal'lon 

Hill, Oth!a E, (Minnie Lewis) "Lin- 
denwoodl Farm" Freeburg Rl 
•Smithton Sec25 T84a William Hill 
(1876) Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 

HiU, Vando O. (Minnie Smith) Ch 
Tola; "Willow Spring Farm" Free^- 
burg R3 Smithton Sec25 T92a 
WJlIiam Hill (1880) Kinloch Tel. 
Freeburg 

HUl, William H. (Emmaline Phill'ips) 
Ch Flora, Vernie, Elva, *Lena, 
*Otha, *Va!n:d'oi *A;nze|la, ♦Theo- 
dore; "Lone Oak FaPm" Freeburg 
Rl Smithton Sec35 0572a (1848) 
Farmers Tel. iFreeburg 

Hinstedt, Anthony J, (Eva Hahn) 
Ch Marea; Millstadt Rl Millstadt 
Seel T50a Mrs. Dovey Church 
(1884) 

Hilmstedt, Henry (Theresa 'Geppert) 
Ch Wilma, riarry, Lester, 'H(ilbert. 
Mildred, Lambert; Dupe Sugar 
Loaf Commonfields T278a George 
Lindement (1880) 

Hindermann, Louis (Sophia Freider- 
ich) Ch Alvena, Margaret; Mascou- 
tah R3 Engelmann Secl7 Ol32a 
(1869) Looking-glass Tel. Mascou- 
tah 

Hirst, George (Cora -Stahlheber) Ch 
IRosella; New Athens R2 Prairie 
DuLong SecSS O200a (1892) Farm- 
ers Tel. Hecker 

Hjrstein, Daniel J. (Freda Berger) 
Trenton R2 Lebanon Se.c35 TllOa 
George Schaubert (1895) North 
Grove Tel. Summerfield 

Hirstein, John (Katharine Baer) Ch 
Samuel, Edward, , *Anna, *Daniel; 
"Locust 'Grove' Stock Farm" Tfdn- 
ton R2 Lebanon bec35 Ol20a 
(1896) North Grove Tel. Summer- 
field 



Hobein, Henry W. (Louise Schroe- 
der) O'Fallon Rl OlFallon Secl7 
O200a (1882) Kmloch Tel. O'Fal- 
lon 

Hocher, Mrs. Joseph (Anna Gutter- 
sohn) Ch Theophil, LiWie, Cleda, 
Walter, *Ella; "Good View Farm" 
Collinsville Rl O'Fallon Sec6 
Ol50a (1901) Kinloch Tel. \Collrns- 
ville 

Hocher, Mrs. Robert (Louisa Guttef- 
sohn) Ch 'WHlliam, Alma, Elmer, 
Bertha, Carl, Lydia, *Julius, ♦Mar- 
tha; Troy Rl O'Fallon Sec5 Ol45a 
(1863) Kinloch Tel. CollinsviWe 

Hock, Frank (Letia Moserang) Cn 
Lavern, Ad'rean, Clemens, Baptist, 
Theophil, Frank, Gladys, Ervin; 
MUlstadt Ra Millstadt Sec24 T80a 
Elizabeth Hock (1878) Floraville 
Tel. Floraville 

Hock, Valehtine (Katie Kromp) 
Mascoutah Mascoutah SeclO T92a 
William Tecklingberg Looking- 
glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Hoecker, Henry (ivouise Walthers) 
Ch August, Emma, Walter, ♦'Carl, 
♦Henry; Caseyville Rl Caseyville 
Sec4 084a (1877) Kinloch Tel. Col- 
linsville 

Hoepfinger. Fred Ch Harvey, Alfred, 
Robert, Walter, Cornelia, Reuben, 
♦«'arry, ♦Ella; Millstadt R2 Sugar 
Loaf Secl3 O60a (1866) Farmers 
Tel. Millstadt 

Hoepfinger, George IC. (Katherine 
Sparwasser) Ch Oliver, Eleonore, 
Erma, Lester; Millstadt R2 Ml^ll- 
stadt Secl8 O80a (1871) Millstadt 
Tel. Millstadt 

Hoepfinger, Harry G. (Lena Rehg) 
Ch riarolid, Vidfe, Vernon; Mill- 
stadt R2 Sugar Loaf SeclS TlOSa 
Charles Diehl (1893) 

Hoeser, William Jr. Millstadt Mill- 
stadt Sec9 T621a WilTiam Hoeser 
Sr (1876) 

Hoevelkamp, Charles B. (Helen 
Sandmann) Ch Henry, Frank, Eliza- 
beth, Gertrude, Helen, Marea, 
Charles; John Sandmann, brother; 
St. Louis Centerville Cahokia 
Commonfields TSOa JulWus Pittz- 
mann (1919) Bell Tel. East St. 
Louis 

HofF, Ben Sr. (Anna Lintker) Ch 
♦Anna, ♦Frances, ♦Amelia, ♦Aug- 
usta, ♦Edward, ♦Ben Jr.; Fayette- 
ville 1R3 Fayetteville SecS 0238a 
(1875) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



HofiF, Ben (Florence Whittaker) 
■"HIillside Farm" Mascoutah R3 
■i-ayetteville Sec6 Tl60a Ben Hoflf 
Sr. (1871) Looking-glass Tel. Fay- 
etteville 

Hioff, B. H. (Lizzie Hummert) €b 
Robert, Emil, Gilbert, Joseph, 
Henry, Theresia; Bernard Hum- 
mert, father; Marissa Rl 'Fayette- 
viUle Sec4 T200a Bernard Hummert 
(1898) Looking-glass Tel. \Payette- 
ville 

HofiF, Kdvrard (Louisa Linder) Ch 
lAurelia, Erwrn; Mascoutah R3 Fay- 
etteville Sec5 Oll9a (1886) Look- 
ing-glass Prairie Tel. Fayetteville 

HofF, John B. (Elizabeth Bregen) 
Ch Stella, Hlflda, Tillie, Anna, 
Lawrence, Virgin'a; Fayetteville 
R3 Fayetteville becl7 Oll3a TSOa 
jCharles Vahlkamp (1893) Looking- 
glass Prairie Tel. Fayetteville 
HofiF, John G. (Mary Hummert) Ch 
AlPwma, Frances, Leonard, Ray- 
mond, Oliver, Guide, *Aimanda; 
Mascoutah R3 Engelmann SecSl 
Ol56a (1875) Looking-glass Tel. 
Flayetteville 
HofiFarth, Louis (Matilda Linck) Ch 
'William, Peter, Henry; Mascoutah 
R3 Engelmann Sec29 Tl20a George 
Meyers (1865) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutahi 
HofiFman, Charles (Catherine Her- 
bert) Ch Albert, *Laura; Waterloo 
R3 Miiistadt Sec9S OlOOa (1853) 
Fountain Tel. Waterloo 
Hoffman, Peter W. (Magdelina 
Peterson) Ch Edward, Alfred, Aug- 
ust, Matilda; Mlllstadt Rl Sugar 
Loaf Sec25 072a Farmers Tel. 
Miiistadt 
Hoffmahn, 'George H. (Emma Kaem- 
per) Ch Arthur; Waterloo R3 Miii- 
stadt Secl2S Ol20a (1873) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 
Hoffmann, Hubert J. (Tillie Reich- 
ert) Ch Ruth; East Carondelet Rl 
Sugar Loaf Sec26 T45a Chas. 
Hoffmann. (1885) Farmers Tel. 
Columbia 
Hoffmann, JoHn (Pearl J. Weyhaupt) 
Ch August, *Maggie, *Kathn-ine, 
♦Lizzie, *Jacob, *John, * William; 
Belleville R2 Smithton Secl7 O220a 
(1870) 

Hoffmann, John (Pearl Weyhaupt) 
Belleviaie R2 Smithton Secl6 T80a 
John Hoffmann (1880) 



Hoffmanm, John T, (Annie Sellen- 
mier) East Carondelet Rl Sugar 
Loaf Sec27 Tl60a 'Charles Hoff- 
mann (1891) Farmers Tel. Cohrni- 
bia 
Hoffmann, Mrs. Mary (Mary Ger- 
ii'ardt) Ch Mary, Bmil, ♦Charles; 
Waterloo R3 MiJktadt SeclOS 
OlOOa (1850) iFloraville Tel. Flora- 
ville 
Hoffstetter, William S. (Amelia 
Kempfe) Ch Leroy, Lulii, Irma; 
Columbia Rl Sugar Loaf Sec35 
TlOOa Mrs. Mena Hoffctetter 
(1887) /Farmers Tel. Miiistadt 
Hofmaii, H. H. (Lena Buergin) Ch 
Arthur, Henr)\ette; BelleviUe Rl 
Stj ICkir Sec24 T217a George 
Whiting (1882) Bell Tel. Beflle- 
ville 
Hofstetter, Adam (Elizabeth Miller) 
Ch Walter, Albert, ♦Rosie, ♦Wil- 
liam ; East St. Louis Rl Center- 
viille Secl9 Ol75a (18&2) Farmers 
Tel. Miiistadt 
Hofstetter, Adiolph M. (Ida Betz) 
Ch Alfred, Arthur; East St. Louis 
Rl Centerviille Secl9 Tl36a Charles 
Hofstetter (1890) Farmers Tel. 
Millstadi 
Hofstetter, Arthur (Katherine Reich- 
ert) Ch Arthur, Helen; East Caront- 
deiet Rl Sugar Loaf Sec3L O80a 
(1884) Farmers Tel. Miiistadt 
Hofstetter, Christian J. (Katherine 
Hofstetter) Ch Harry, Hilda; Col- 
umbia Rl Sugar Loaf Sec35 Tl60a 
Christian Hofstetter St. (1868) 
Farmers Tel. Miiistadt 
Hofstetter, Walter M. (Wilhelmina 
M'etter) Ch Eleanora; East St 
Louis IRl Centerville Secl9 Tl75a 
Adam Hofstetter (1889) 
Hohrein, Casper (Mary Kroen) Ch 
Victor, Clara, Arthur, John, Emma; 
O'Fallon Rl O'Fallon Sec20 TlSOa 
'John Hohrein (1875) 
Hohrein, Henry (Mary Hemmer) Ch 
Marie, Marguerite, .-i.nth'ony, Ern- 
est, Raymond; O'Fallon Rl O'Fa}- 
lon Secl6 TlSOa John Hohrein 
(1880) Kinloch Tel. O'Fallon 
Hohrein, Joe (Lizzie Heise) Ch Le- 
ona, ATina, Alvin; Trenton R2 Leb- 
anon Secl4 Tl€0a John Hohrein 
(1882) North Grove Tel. Summer- 
field 
Hohrein, Louis M. Jr. (Bertha Bene- 
dick) «Ch Bertha; OT'allon Rl 
O'Fallon Secl7 T70a John B. Hoh- 
re.n (1892) 



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Hohrein, Michael (Margaret Millei) 
Ch William, Nicholas, Walter. 
Maggie, *Michael, *Daniel, *Albert, 
*Ida- Lebanon Rl Lebanon Stcid 
145a J. N. Perien (1865) North 
Grove Tel. Summerfield 

Hoistman, Fred (Charlotte Koll- 
meyer) Ch Alfred, William, Lil- 
lian; Edgemont Sta, East St Louis 
R3 Sec 27 OlOa (1871) 

Holcomb, Earl (Oliva Gerber) Cli 
Leroy, Georgiana, Carrie, Ken- 
neth; Freeburg 'R3 Smithton Sec28 
Lot 

Holcomb, John H. (Johanna Eicher) 
Ch Cyrus, Virginia, Sue; "Hol- 
comb Farm" Freeburg Ki Smith- 
ton Sec25 Tl80a Delilah Holcomb 
(1861) Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 

Holcomb, Laclede (Onda O. Phillips) 
Freeburg Rl Smithton Sec35 T75a 
George T. Phillips (1893) Kinloch 
Tel. Freeburg 

Holdener, Fred Edgemont Sta. EJast 
St. Louis R4 Canteen Sec36 072a 
(1878) 

Holdener, Joseph A, (Catherine M. 
Daut) Ch Adolph, Elizabeth, Mary, 
Rose, Aloys, Melchior, Joseph, Vin- 
cent, Gregory, Lillian; "Hill and 
Dale Farm" Edgemont Sta. East 
St Louis R4 Canteen Sec25 Ol28a 
(1867) 

Holdener, Mathew (Elizabeth K. 
Regelmann) Ch Henry, Magdalena; 
Edgemont Sta. East St Louis R4 
Canteen Sec36 034a (1874) 

Holdener, Melchior (Mary C. Louis) 
Edgemont Sta. East St Louis R4 

Canteen Sec36 080a (1879) 

Holdener, Xavier (Katy Bertels- 
mann) Ch John, Anna; Edgemont 
Sta. East St Louis R4 Canteen 
Sec36 083a (1870) 

Holtes, Phillip J. (Lena Schuster) 
Lenzburg Lenzburg Secl2 O80a 
TSOa (1918) 

Honer. Mrs. Mary E. (Mary Schmitt- 
ling) Ch Theodore, Eugenia, Le- 
ona, Ralph, Loletha M.; Belleville 
St Clair Secl2 T5a J. M. Hamill 
(1871) 

Honnecker, Jacob (Anna Futher 
knecht) Ch Emma, Catherine, So- 
phia, Luella, Emil, Alvin, *Ida; 
Waterloo R3 Millstadt SeclOS 
0159a (1858) Floraville Tel. Flora- 
ville 



Hoock, Albert (Mary Bohuemier) 
Ch Rosie, Matilda, Fred,, Esther, 
Raymond; East Carondelet Rl 
Sugar Loaf Sec23 Ol07a (1899) 
Farmers Tel. Columbia 

Hoock, Joe (Elizabeth Heintz) Ch 
Harry; East St Louis Rl Center- 
ville T73a Henry Lorey (1875) 

Hopfinger, Anton P. (Anna Gries- 
baum) Ch Joe, Louis, Cornelius, 
Frank. Bembert; New Baden Mas- 
coutah Secl2 Tl20a Sopha Gries- 
baum (1904) Looking-glass . Tel. 
New Baden 

Hopfinger, Arthur G. (Margaret 
Schmitz) Ch Elmer, Frances, Paul; 
Mascoutah R3 Engelmann Sec9 
Tl70a Dr. Cornick (1911) Looking- 
glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Howard, Ralph B. (Arah Thompson) 
Ch Eleanor Trenton R3 Lebanon 
Sec4 Tl85a Arnold Monken (1892) 
St Jacob Tel. St. Jacob 

Howard, William H. (Minnie Dirks) 
Ch Harry, Joseph, *WilliaTn; 
Summerfield Rl Lebanon SeclS 
T80a Katie Hill (1862) North 
Grove Tel. SummerfieM 

Huber, Edmund (Anna Schwarz) Ch 
*VioIa, »Walter, *Lena. *Della; 
Prairie Du Long ;bec36 Ol44a 
(1868) TeU New Athens 

Huber, Henry (Anne Dinkelman) 
Ch Carl, *Edna, *Lizzie, *Helen; 
Belleville Rs St. Clair Secl3 055a 
(1864) 

Huber, Wajonan (Agnes B. Howard) 
Ch Ruth; New Athens R2 Prairie 
DuLong Sec34 Tll2a M. Tilman 
(1918) Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Hucke, Frank (Helen Jacobi) Ch 
Albert, Frank; MQlstadt R2 Mill- 
stadt Sec23 O50a (1878) Floraville 
Tel. Floraville 

Hucke, Joe (Cecelia Hankammer) Ch 
Arelia; Millstadt Rl Millstadt Sec2 
T240a John Hirsch ( 1875) Mill- 
stadt 

Hucke, Theresa (Theresa Wencel) 
Ch Peter, *Charley, *Louis, ♦Jos- 
eph, *FTank, *Maggie, *Bertha; 
Millstadt R2 Millstadt Sec23 Ol20a 
(1844) Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Huelskoetter, August W. (Laura 
Randoll) Ch Harry, Harold, Ray- 
mond, Elma, Irene; Mascoutah R2 
Mascoutah Secl4 T80a Sophia 
Lingerfelder (1913) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS. ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Hull, e. S. Ch *Edwin, *Ethel, 
*Edith, *Liilian; EdgemoBit Sta. 
East St. Louis R3 Canteen Secl4 
T97a HiH and Burton (1903) 

HuUiiMig Albert (Elizabeth Schaf- 
fer) Ch Armeld, Raymond, Elenor, 
Leona; Mascoutah Rl EngelmaTin 
Seen T230a Julius Postal (1884) 
Looking-g^ass Tel. Mascoutah 

Hummert, Ben J. Jr Ch Joseph, 
Theresia, Alphonse, Le(^ Bertnar- 
dine, Christine; Mascoutah R2 Fay- 
etteville SecS Tl73a Bernhardt 
Hiimmert (1875) Looking-glass 
Prairie Tel. Fayetteville 

Hummert, Ben L. (Anna Brinkmann) 
Ch Albert; Freeburg R2 Freeburg 
Sec25 T93^a Jacob Andres (1896) 
Kinloth Tel. Mascoutah 

Hummert, Henry J. Ch George, Ag- 
nes, Aloise, Edward, Frank, Clara, 
Victor, *Ben L.; Fayetteville Ra 
Fayetteville Sec4 OSlOa (1876) 
Looking-glass Prairie Tel. Fayette- 
ville 
Humphries, Edward H. (Mary Lin- 
key) Ch Edna, James, Roy, 
Maude; Mascoutah Rl Engelmann 
Secl5 Tla John Dickhaut (1904) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 



Huschle, August G. (Teresa Wols- 
hock) Ch Alma, Walter, Magdellnar 
Elizabeth, Helda, Olivia, Lydia, 
Arthur, Josie, Olinda, Erma. Willie; 
Belleville Re St. Clair Secl3 Ol60a 
(1863) Kinloch Tel. Belleville 

Huschler, Joseph (Matilda Fried- 
rich) Ch Anna, Adelia, *Lydia; 
Mascoutah R3 Engelmann Sec22 
OSOa (1877) Lookng-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Husemann, Louis G. F. (Dorothy 
Klingerberg) Ch Dora, *H?nry, 
♦Minnie, *Mary, *Emma; Lebanon 
Rl Mascoutah Sec4 Ooa (1917) 

Huth, Fred (Mary Winter) Ch Fran- 
cis, Viola M., Ella M., *Lena A., 
♦Walter F., *Anna E.; Marissa R2 
Marissa SecS 0294a (1863) Riickory 
Grove Tel. Marissa 

Huwer, Mrs. Margaretha Ch Lydia, 
Tilhe, *01iver, *Ott'llie; Belleville 
R5 Stookey Sec36 O80a (1865) 

Huwer Oliver C. OFrieda Voegel) 
Ch Oliver, Violet, Lorrain; Belle- 
villeRs Stookey Sec36 Tl20a Mrs. 
Margaret Huwer (1887) Farmers 
Tel. Millstadt 

Huwer, Walter J. (Laura IRodemich) 
Ch Cecil, Ethel; Millstadt Rl 
Sec34 Ol20a (1886) Farmers Tel; 
Millstadt 



lis, Frank E. (Mamie Nielson) Ch 
Marie; Caseyville Rl Caseyville 
Sec29 Tl7a Siebel (1915) 

Irwin, George O. "The Maples Farm" 
New Athens R3 New Athens Sec35 
OlOOa (1867) Farmers Tel. New 
Athens 

Ittner, Walter N. 



Ch Inez, Austin, Wayne, Howard, 
Ray, Martha; "Woodlawn Stock 
Farm" Belleville St. Clair Secfl 
O301a (1895) Kinloch Tel. Belle- 
ville 



Irwin, John D. (Jane Teter) Ch 
Hugh P., *Ivy, *Zeld^; Marissa R2 
Lenzburg Sec36 T80a Rev. W. J. 
Smiley (1853) Farmers Tel. Baldwin 

Isler, George (Linda Lehmann) Ch 
Emil; Freeburg Rl Smithton Secl4 
Tl50a Peter Isler (1888) 

(Nellie Badgley) 



Jacob, George P. (Selma Ottwem) 
Ch Leona; Trenton R3 Lebanon 
Sec4 Tl60a Ida and Ora Star (1912) 
St. Jacob Tel. St. Jacob 



Jacobi, Albert (Christina IRoos) Ch 
Osetha; Jacob Jacobi, brother; 
Millstadt Rl Mihstadt Secl7 075a 
(1855) Millstadt Tel, Millstadt 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Jacobi, George CEmma Lang) Ch 
Albin, Linus, Irene; MiJlstadt R2 
Millstadt Sec20 Ol40a (1862) Mill- 
stadt Tel. Millstadt 

Jacobi, Mrs. Wflliam (Elizabeth 
Hlellmer) Ch Johanna, Cecelia; 
Millstadt Rl Millstadt Sec20 Ol02a 
(1895) Millstadt Tel. Millstadt 

Jacobii, Urban A. (Annie Biver) Ch 
Arm'ella, Irma, Marie, Paul: Belle- 
ville. R5 Stookey Sec36 053a (1877) 
Farmers lei. Millstadt 

Jacquot, Adolph (Caroline Minter) 
Ch Paul, May, Elsa; Eldgemont 
Sta. East St. Louis R4 Caseyville 
Secl8 07a (1871) 

Jahns, Fred C. Ch Mary, Lena, *I.da, 
*Hermina; Edgemont Sta. East St. 
Louis Canteen Sec3 T90a Merrell 
Drug Company (1879) 

Jandro, T. (Carrie Picion) Ch 
Thomas, Leonard, Myrtle, Edgar; 
Edgemont Sta. East St. Louis R3 
Canteen Sec3 OlOa (1853) 

Jansoin, Edward L. (Anna Pump) Ch 
Martha, IChanes, *Henry; Marissa 
R2 Marissa Sec31 T205a S. S. Boyle 
(1862) Marissa and Baldwin Tel. 
Marissa 

Janson, Robert C. (Bertha Schmidt) 
August Janson, brother; Marissa 
IRl Marissa Sec22 Tl60a Ernest 
Kunze (1878) Short Line Tel. Ma- 
rissa 

Janssen, Henry B. (Emma "Hoff) Ch 
Loretta, Lawrence; Freebiirg R2 
Freeburg Sec25 Tll5a Mary Leon- 
ard (1881) Kinloch Tel. Mascou- 
tah 

Jarvis, Julius Ch Mary, Louise, Ag- 
nes, Robert, Margaret, Belle, 
♦Steven, *Louis; Centerville Station 
Rl Centerville Sec33 O20a (1900) 

Jefferson, Green (Phyllis Reese) Ch 
Fernia, Glennie, *Anna, *01'Ver; 
Edgemont Sta. Eiast St. Louis Rl 

Centerville Cahok'a CommonfieiMs 
T96a Julius Pittzmann (1864) 

Jefferson, Oliver (Pearl Frerce) 
Edgemont Sta. East St. Louis Rl 
Centerville Cahokia Commonfields 
Julius Pittzmann (1887) 

Jerome, J. B. (Mary E. Byron) Edge- 
mont Sta. East St. Louis IR4 East 
St. Louis Sec27 T63a T. Jerome 
(1880) Bell Tel. East St. Louis 

Jilek, James (Mary Uman) Ch Jos- 
eph, M'mnie, James, Frank, lielena; 
Belleville R4 stookey Secll Tla 
Frank Emge (4917) 



Johnson, Mrs. Katie (Katie Feltmen) 
*John, *William. *High, *Anna, 
*Miary; Mascoutah R2 Mascou- 
tah Sec7 OllOa (1839) Looking- 
gtJass Tel. Mascoutah 

Joiner, Daniel (Mary Singleton) Ch 
*Lou=se; Troy Rl O'Fallon Sec2 
Ol5a (1839) 

Jokisch, John H. (Minnie Schroeder) 
Ch Edgar, Harold, Esther, Elmer, 
Charley, tAfma, *John ; Mascoutah 
R3 Engelmann Secl6 Tl20a Mrs. 
M. Moll (1884) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Jondro, Charles 'Ch *Charles, *lGil- 
bert, *Hal; Edgemont Sta. East St. 
Louis R3 Canteen Sec3 OlOa (1850) 

Jones, William P. (Maggie L. Eiff) 
Ch W. Oscar, Esther M., John R.. 
Albert D., Edward R.; Valada M., 
grand-daughter; Marissa Rl Ma- 
Tissa Sec24 Ol72a (189-2) Mud 
Creek Tel. Marissa 

Joseph, Arthur (Sallie Haase) Ch 
Levern, Arnold, Bernetta; O'Fallon 
Rl O'Fallon Sec9 Tl20a Louis Jos- 
epJi (1884) Kinloch Tel. O'Pallon 

Joseph, Frank G. (Freida Partz) Ch 
Dtoris; Trentoto R3 Lebanon Sec3 
Tl85a Chris Pfeffer (1917) Sum'- 
merfield Tel. Summerfield 

Joseph, Louis G. Jr. (Mabel Herbert) 
"East View Farm" Freeburg Rl 
New Athens Sec7 Tl35a Henry 
Joseph (1876) Farmers Tel. Free- 
burg 

Jotho, Jacob (Lena Muskopf) Ch 
Elsie, Oscar, Elva, Elsa; Waterloo 
R3 Millstadt Sec34 T80a Peter 
Muskopf (-1877) iFILoraville Tel. 
Florav'lle 

Juenger, Fred W. (Elizabctlh Roth- 
meier) Ch Fred'a, Clara; Marissa 
Rl Marissa Seel Ol06a (1874) 
Darmstadt Tel. Marissa 

Jucnger, Henry (Anna Hcrtkoetter) 
Ch Raymond; FayettevUle R3 Fay- 
etteville SecS TlOOa Adam Reuth 
(1906) Looking-gil'ass Teil. iPayette- 
ville 

Juenger, Henry Jr. (Hannah Diass) 
Ch Adolph, Hilda, Edna, Ervin, 
Wilfred, Herbert; Marissa Rl 
Marissa Secl2 Tl20a Mike Schick- 
edang (1908) Darmstadt Tel. 
Marissa 



FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Juenger, Mrs. Henry (Maggie Trie- 
fenbach) Ch Adam, *Mike, *Henry, 
♦George, *Fred, *Philip, *Mary, 
♦Lena. *Maggie; Marissa Rl Mar- 
issa Secl3 T5a M. Fred Triefen- 
bach (1849) 

Juenger, Philip Jr. (Louisa Knecht) 
Ch Anita, Melvin; Marissa 'R2 
Marissa Secl7 Tl80a Mrs. Dora 
Kuntze (1877) Short Line Tel. 
Marissa 

Julien, Frank (Rosie Ohapper) Oh 
Walter, Adele, * August, ♦Belle, 
♦Cha'rlie, ♦iLee, *Fred; Eldgemohit 
Sta. East St. Louis Rl CentervilDe 
O50a (1874) 

Jung, Christ. A. (Anna Vogt) Ch 
Elmer, Eugene, Adolph, Rudolph, 
Adel'a, Anna, Bdna, Alvina, *Alma, 
♦Ella; "Jung Dairy Farra'' Mascou- 
tah Mascoutah Sec29 T80a Mary 
Moll (1865) Looking-glass Tel. 
Prairie Tel. Mascoutah 

Jung, Henry (Mary Fietsam) Oh 
Cornelius, Xavier, Edmina, Aurelia, 
♦Emelia, ♦Alma, ♦IFrieda; Mascou- 
tah R3 Engelmann Sec20 T215a 
Anna Engeil'mann (1863) Looking- 
glass Tel. Mascoutan 



Jung, Isadore (Theresa Feder) Mas- 
coutah (Rl Mascoutah Sec26 Tl40a 
Louis Rickter (1879) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Jung, Joseph F. (Katy Welker) Ch 
Lillian. Martha, Elvin, Harvey, 
Karl, Viola, Andrew; Mascoutah 
R3 Engelmann Sec7 Tl97a Ferd- 
mand Reinhardt (1888) Looking- 
glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Jung, Peter M. (Louisa Jorgens) Ch 
Oliver, Edna, Ethel, Myrtle; Mas- 
coutah Ra Engelmann Sec31 TlOOa 
Jacob AndVe (1874) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Jung, William J. (Adelia L. Tiber- 
end) Ch Wilfred, Orval; Mascou- 
tah R3 Engelmann Sec'2l T80a 
Fred Perschbadher (1887) Look- 
ing-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Junk, Peter H. (Emma Pefree) Ch 
Roy, Raymond; "Old Riverside 
Farm" New Athens IR8 Lenzburg 
Sec29 O240a (1872) Farmers Tel. 
New Athens 

Just, Mrs. Mary (Mary Emich) Ch 
Charles, Edward, Arthur, ♦Lousia, 
♦Ida; Waterloo R3 Millstadt Sec2S 
Oll9a (1877) iFloraviHe Tel. Flora- 
vi'' 



K 



Kabureck, Albert W. (Mary Quin) 
Ch Albert Jr., Arthur, Fred, Henry, 
Charles, Frances, Hilda, Edwin, 
Clem;ens, *Celia, *PhiMip; Free- 
burg Rl Smithton Sec24 Tl20a 
Henry Schueter (1913) Kinloch 
Tel. Freeburg 

Kabureck, August (Theresia Schae- 
ferj Ch Pearl, Sylvester; Freeburg 
R3 Prairie Du Long Secl9 Ol20a 
(1883) Floraville Tel. Floravile 

Kabureck, Phillip (Bertha Yung) 
Freeburg Rl Smithton Sec23 Tl60a 
A. Nehrmg (1894) 

Kaegel, Erdman Ch Clara, Freda. 
Gustave, ♦Minnie, ♦Lena, ♦Olda, 
♦Emma, ♦Lena, ♦Ida, ♦Louisa, 
Secl8 080a (1869) Short Line Tel. 
Ma'rissa 

Kaemfer, Louis Ch Louis H. Jr., 
♦Emma, ♦Lena, ♦Ida, ♦Louisa, 
♦Mary; Waterloo R3 Millstadt 
Sec3S 088Ha (1844) FloraviHe 
Tel. Floraville 



Kaesburg, William A. (Mary Schin- 
zing) Ch Florence, Elmer, Ray- 
mond, New Athens R3 Lenzburg 
Sec29 Tl20a Matthew Kaesburg 
(1889) Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Kaiser, Nick (Maggie Beckert) Ch 
Viola, Adelia, Nick Jr., Clara, 
Oliva; Mary J. Beckert. mother; 
Belleville Rl St. XZlair Sec:i5 T30a 
Max Kraus (1874) 

Kaiser, William S. (Margaret A. 
Rohl) Ch Hildegard, Lawrence, 
Mary; New Athettis Rl Prairie Du- 
Long Sec35 Tl25a Philip Rohl 
(1909) Farmers Line Tel. New 
Athens and Hecker 

Kalbfleisch, Charles (Addie Schmidt) 
Ch Viola, Esther, Elvera, Artena, 
Earl; Millstadt Rl MiMstadt Secl3 
Ol40a Louis Ettling (1875) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 



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Kalbfleisch, John Sr. (Elizabeth 
Eckert) Ch Monroe, *j6hn, Jr., 
♦Charley, *Richar<i, *Maggie, 
*Minnie, *Carrie; Millstadt R2 
Millstadt Secl5 O90a (1842) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 

Kalbfleisch, John Jr. (Barbara Muel- 
ler) Ch Oliver, Edward; Millstadt 
Millstadt Sec3 Ol60a (1871) Mill- 
stadt Tel. Millstadt 

Kalbfleisch, Richard 'G. (Louise 
Vogel) Ch Wilbur, Lucille; Mill- 
stadt Rl Millstadt Sec3 O60a 
(1882) Millstadt Tel. Millstadt 

Kaltwasser, John New Athens 
Prairie Du Long Sec32 Ol60a 
(1865) 

Kamiper, Edward (Etta McGuire) 
Ch Clara, Ralph, Irvin, ♦John; 
Belleville IRl Freeburg Sec8 T265a 
Maria McGuire (1887) Kinloch 
Tel. 'Freeburg 

Kamper, John R. (Anna Htuth) Ch 
Verlan; Lenzburg Rl Fayetteville 
SecSO Tl52a Pred Huth (1895) 
Eastern Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Kampmeyer Fred (Id'a Weiman) Oh 
Minnie, H^nry, Mary, Amanda, 
Freda; Edgemont Sta. Eiast St. 
Loms R4 Caseyville SeclQ Oll5a 
(1860) 

Kampmeyer, Johki Edgemont Sta. 
East St. Louis R4 Caseyville Secl8 
Oeia (1865) 

Kampmeyer, William & Henry 
(Alice Beguelin) Casejrville Rl 
Caseyville Sec20 Tl70a John Gund- 
lach (1888) (1891) 

Kanaski, Mike (Jessie Sankavish) Ch 
Joe, Blanch, Laura, Mat; O'FaUon 
Rl O'lPallon Sec27 TlOa Crosby 
(1899) 

Karban, Joseph A. (Theresa Hel- 
firch) Ch Anna, Alplhonse, Armelia, 
Sylvester; Waterloo R3 MiMstadt 
Sec23 T7l3 Mary Karban (1881) 

Karban, Mary (Mary Knapp) Ch 
Tilly, Henry, Martin, Mary, ♦Lizz- 
ie, ♦Joseph, ♦Jacob, ♦Barbara, 
♦Wilham, ♦Katy; Waterloo R3 
Millstadt Sec24S 0416a (1860) 
Floraville Tel. Proraville 

Karch, Qustav (Louisa Sibert) Ch 
Ervin, Gustav, Ernest; Mascoutah 
IR3 Engelnann Sec31 O20ea (1874) 
Looking-glass Tel. Fayetteville 

Kartmann, William F. (Theresa 
Hahn) Ch Adele, Elizabeth; Belle- 
ville R5 Stookey Sec24 Tl40a 
William J. Mitchell (1915) Kin- 
loch Tel. Belleville 



Kassing, Walter R. (Anna Ovel- 
goennei) Ch Earl, Alfred, Albert, 
Norma, Erna; O'Fallon R2 Casey- 
ville Secll TlOOa Frank Rinkel 
(1891) 

Katlrak, Andy (Elizabeth Hein) Ch 
Annie, Elizabeth, Joseplh, Irma; 
Edgemont Sta. East St. Louis R3 
Canteen Secl2 TSOa Fred Hardin 
(1904) 

Kaufmaoi, F. C. (Elizabeth Mc- 
Cauley) ChLeonard, Jos'^ph, Mae, 
♦Nellie; Marissa R2 Marissa Sec33 
Tl20a White Heirs (1880) 

Kayson, Edward (Lena Schulz) Ch 
Alvin, I'rene; New Athens Rl 
Prairie Du Long Sec36 T95a Jaaob 
Schulz (1902) Fanners Line Nevr 
Athens 

Kebel, Casper (Anna Brede) Ch 
♦Henry, '•^Fred, ♦George, ♦Otto, 
♦Mary, ♦Elizabeth; Mascoutah R2 
Mascoutah SeclO 0372a (1853) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Kebel, Fred (Lulu K. Stock) iCh 
Oneda, Luella, Estel'la; Trenton 
R2 Mascoutah Sec2 T80a Kasper 
Kebel (1873) 

Kebel, George E. (Ella Knipp) Ch 
Leona; Mascoutah R2 Mascoutah 
Secl5 Tl20a Casper Kebel Look- 
ing-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Kebel, Henry (Lena Stein) Ch Mela, 
Kasper, Amcl, Ellen, Adivin; Mas- 
coutah R2 Mascoutah Secl6 Tl75a 
Louie Stein (1870) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Kebel, Otto P (Catherine Renth) 
Ch Otto G., Waiter P., Pauline B.; 
Mascoutah R2 Mascouta SeclO 
T92a 'Casper Kebel (1881) Look- 
ing-glass el. Mascoutah 

Keck, Adam Ch William, August, 
Malinda; Belleville R5 St. Clair 
Secl9 O80a (1890) 

Keck, Ad^m P. Belleville R4 Stookey 
Secl2 076a (1883) 

Keck, Albert M. Lebanon Rl Leban- 
on Sec32 Tl44a Dr. J- Scrugts 
(1890) 

Keck, August. H. (Eva Sutter) Ch 
Anita, Earl, Lucinda, Wilma; 
Belleville iR5 Stookey Sec25 O80a 
(1874) Bell Teil. Belleville 

Keck, ConradI Sr. Ch Edward, Wal- 
ter, Armin, Lydia, Katherine, 
Selma; Belleville R5 Stookey 
Sec28 O200a (1851) Farmers Tel. 
Millstadt 



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Keck, Henry T. (Antia Caufman) Ch 
Melvin, Elda; Lebanon R2 O'Fal- 
lon Sec23 Tl23a W. L. Nichols 
(1889) 

Keck, Henry W. (Nettie Zingg) Ch 
Florence, Henry; Centerville Sta- 
tion Rl Stookey Sec29 Tl20a Car- 
oline Keck (1874) Farmers Tel. 
Millstadt 

Keck, Jacob (Louisa Mueller) Ch 
Eugene, Carrie, Elizabeth, Kather- 
ine, Mary,*iGeorge,*Louisa,*'01iver, 
♦William; Millstadt R2 Millstadt 
Sec23 Ol60a (1853) Floraville Tel. 
Floraville 

Keck, Jacob E. (Elizabeth Vogt) Ch 
Ardella, Earl; Belleville R5 
Stookey Sec26 Ol20a (1867) Far- 
mers Tel. Millstadt 

Keck, John F. (Mary Keck) Ch 
Louis, Amelia, Christ., Dora, 
*George, *CaTrie, *LilIie; Millstadt 
Rl Millstadt SecS Ql68a (1846) 
Millstadt Tel. Millstadt 

Keck, Louis L. (Anna Bauer) Ch 
Josephine, Agnes. Louise, Freda, 
Clara, Arthur; Lebanon R2 OlFal- 
lon Sec3 Ol40a (1876) Farmers Tel. 
O'Pallon 

Keck, William F. (Amanda C. Brie- 
sacher) Ch Myrtle, Elmer, Fred- 
erick, Oharles; Belleville R5 St. 
Okir SecSO T90a Louisa Keck 
(1881) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Keck, William (Edna Payer) Ch 
Bemice; Lebanon (R2 O'Fallon 
Secl6 Tl80a Theobald Keck (1886) 
Kinloch Td. O'Falion 

Kehrer, John (Josephine Denewald) 
Ch William, Louis, iFrank, Albert, 
Eugene, Teddy, Wilbert, Margaret, 
♦Frances, *Katy; Mascoutah R3 
Engelmann Secl6 T240a Robert 
Holder (1861) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Keim, Adam J. (Clara Sterger) Ch 
M^onroe; Waterloo R3 Millstadt 
Sec9S TlGOa Dr. Vogel (1884) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Keim, George (Betty Schneider) 
Waterloo R3 Millstadt Sec4S T80a 
Louis A. Keim (1890) FloraviHie 
Tel. Floraville 

Keun, George (Louisa Weildy) Ch 
v/illiam, Johanna; New Athens 
Lenzburg Sees Ol24a (1859) 



Keim, John (Emma) Ch Viola., Ed- 
na. Irene, Elsie, Walter, Eugene; 
Freeburg R3 Prairie Du Long 
Sec7 T2o0a George W. Reiss Flora- 
viHe Tel. Floraville 

KcLm, Louis A. (Mary Gasser) Ch 
Ralph, Richard. Erwin, *John, 
♦Adam, *Louis, *George, *Caroline: 
Waterloo IR3 Millstadt Sec3S O210a 
(1860) Floraville Tel. Floravill: 

Keim. Louis C. (Ida Mary Just) Ch 
Adelia, Luella, Elmer, Clarence, 
Clara; Waterloo R3 Millstadt Sec33 
TlOOa Adam and Laura Keim 
(1885) 

Keim, Peter (Theresa Buss) Ch 
Freda, Victor; Millstadt R2 Mill- 
stadt Secl9 70a Louisa Rodemick 
(1919) 

Keller, Albert H. (Ida Pfingsten) Ch 
Elsie, Albert, Florence; Center- 
ville Station Rl Centerville Secl9 
T90a John Mueller (1888) Farmers 
Tel. Millstadt 

Keller, Charley (Eleth Ahrens) Ch 
Ralia, Arthena; Millstadt R2 Mill- 
stadt Sec25 Oll3a (1866) Flora- 
ville Tel Floraville 

KeUer, Edgar (Elizabeth Collins) Ch 
Raymond "Clay Model Farm" 
O'Fallon Rl O'Eallon Sec21 Tl50a 
Mike Keller (1893) Kinloch Tel. 
O'Fallon 

KeUer, George (Elizabeth Baltz) Ch 
Henry, Frieda, Olinda, Aleda, Vi- 
ola Elmyra; Coliunbia Rl Sugar 
Loaf Seel Ol40a (1870) 'Farmers 
Tel. Millstadt 

Keller, John (Henrietta Maurer) Ch 
♦Joseph, ♦Emil, Gus, Edward, 
William, Charles, Edgar, Ervin, 
Amilda; Freeburg R3 Millstadt 
SeclS Ol05a (1863) Floraville Tel. 
Floraville 

Keller. Louis P. (Lizzie Fischer) Ch 
Luella, Arthur, Harold; Millstadt 
R2 Millstadt Sec22 O80a (1880) 
Floraville Tel. Foraville 

Keller, Michael (Gertrude L. Grind- 
staff) Ch Robert M.; Lebanon R2 
Lebanjon Sec21 Mike Keller Sr 
(1885) 

Keller, Philip (Mary Molles) Ch 
August, Anna; New Athens Rl 
Prairie Du Long Sec24 Ol58a 
(1891) Kinloch Tel. New Athens 

Keller, Walter W. (Katherine Har- 
ris) Ch Harold, Russell; Millstadt 
Secl T60a Louisa Keller (1882) 



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Kempf, Charles A. OCarrie Hof- 
stetter)) Ch jCorine, Lester, Doro- 
thea; Edgemont Sta. East St. Ixmis 
Rl 'Centerville Secl9 Tl30a A. 
Hofstetter (1880) iFarmers Tel. 
Millstadt 

Kempf, Joseph (Caroline Yuncker) 
Ch Charles; Belleville !Rl St. Clair 
Sec35 Tl05a Mary iGillegan (1866) 

Kempf, William (Elizabeth Mueller) 
jCh Selma, Oscar, Eliza, Alvin, 

* William H. Jr., *Emnia; Millstadt 
R2 Millstad't Sec36 O60a (1863) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Kempf, William H. (Elenore Franke) 
Waterloo R3 Millstadt Secl2S 
Charles Wilberger (1893) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 

Kern, Mary (Mary Gully) Gh Peter. 

* William, *Charley; Mascoutah R3 
iEngelmann Secl5 Oll9Ha (1881) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Kern, Rosa (Rosa Wilhelm) Ch John 
♦Emil, *Minni€, *Louisa, *Joseph; 
Mascoutah R3 Engelmann Secl5 
O60a (1859) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Kessler, Adam (Mary Anna Hacu- 
ber) Ch Anna, Mamie, Laura, 
*Manda; Freeburg R3 Smithton 
;Secl4 O70a (1863) 

Kessler, Henry (Emma Schnur) Ch 
Henry, Will, Elmer, Bertha, Dena, 
Tillie, Louise *Julius, ♦Ma'ry, ♦Al- 
ma; Freeburg IR2 Freeburg Sec2e 
073a (1867) Kinloch Tel. Mascou- 
tah 

Kessler, Julius, (Freda Dawson) 
Ch Julius, Emma, Russell; Free- 
burg Sec24 Tl20a Judge R. D. 
Holder (1885) Kitiloch Tel. Mas- 
coutah 

Kettler, Herman (Katy Karben) Ch 
Henry, Matilda; Waterloo R3 Mill- 
stadt Sec24S T74a Frank Kettler 
(1890) 

Kiefer, Mary E. (Mary E. Roy) Ch 
Emil, Leo, Raymond, Blanche, ♦So- 
phia; Edgemont Sta. East St Louis 
R4 Canteen Secl4 O20a (1856) 

Kilian, Conrad (Mary Ripley) €h 
John E., Virginija; *El)la, '*Eliza- 
beth; Belleville R2 Smithton Sec4 
O200a (1845) 

Kimmle, Adam (Linda Lurtz) Ch 
Harold, IFlora; OFallon IR2 Casey- 
ville Seel TlOOq Adam Kiimmle Sr. 
(1887) 



Kimmle, William (Ida Bernhardt) 
Ch Viola; Lebanon R2 O'Fallon 
SeclO Tl05a William Willard 
(1889) 

Kinkle, Fred (Sophia Chafler) Ch 
Gus, Eddie, Alvin, Frieda, ♦Emma, 
♦Lena, ♦Bertha, Henry; Millstadt 
R2 Millstadt Sec4S 072a (1842) 

Kinsella, Lawrence W. (Emily Fout- 
nie) Ch Prosper, Thomas, Stella, 
Lagartis, Joseph, Mary, Cyril; Cas- 
eyville Rl Caseyville Sec20 097a 
(1872) 

Kinsella, William T. (Kate Siekman) 
Ch Vvilliam, Lawrence, Ellen, Al- 
len, Alfred, Leonard, Arnold, Ro- 
manus, Ellsworth; Caseyville Rl 
Caseyville Secl6 O80a (1863) 

Kinzel, Val G. (Erma East) Ch Ber- 
nice, Velma, Gladys; New Athens 
R3 New Athens Sec27 T200a Ru- 
dolph Haupt (1916) Farmers Tel. 
New Athens 

Kirchhoefer, Adam (Anna Deutsch- 
mann) Ch Gustave, Herman, Fritz; 
"Black Oak IParm" Marissa R2 
Lenzburg Sec 24 Tl72a Wendell 
Kirchhoefer (1875) Farmers Tel. 
New Athens 

Kirchhoefer, George (Maggie Beck- 
mann) Ch Arthur, Henry, Harry, 
Otis, Elmer, Christ; 'tRisdoti Farm" 
Marissa R2 Lenzburg Sec26 T200a 
Wendel Kirchchoefer (1867) Farm- 
ers Tel. New Athens 

Kirchhoefer, Henry (Anna Engell- 
hardt) Ch Dorothea; New Atheftva 
R3 Lenzburg Sec27 Tl60a Wendell 
Kirchhoefer (1880) Farmers Tel. 
New Athens 

Kirchhoefer, Michael (Anna Sauer- 
wein) Ch Amanda, ♦Edna; Free- 
burg R2 Fayetteville Sec7 •075a 
(1876) Looking-glass Tel. Fayette- 
ville 

Kirchhoefer, Philip (Mary Blinn) Ch 
Walter, Olivia; Fayetteville R3 
Fayetteville Sec6 041a (1869) 

Kirleis, Fred L. (Mary Kaemper) Ch 
Eugene, Cl^arence, Amanda; Mill- 
stadt R2 Millstadt Sec2S 073a. 
(1883) Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Kirleis, Fred Sr. (Catherine Skaer) 
'William, Emil, ♦Fred, ♦Emma; 
Waterloo R3 Millstadt SecllS 
Ol30a (1854) Floraville Tel. Flora- 
ville 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS. ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Kirleis, Henry (Anna Schefer) Ch 
Anna, Bernhard; Millstadt R2 Mill- 
stadt Sec35 Ol40a (1863) Floraville 
Tel. Floraville 

Klam, Benjamin Ch Jacob, Louisa, 
Edna. ♦ETsa;Lebanon R2 C^Fallon 
Sec4 Tl60a .Anna Oatmann (1853) 
Kleber, Henry A. (Mary Wirth) Ch 
Mildred, Nlayme, Dorothy; Mill- 
stadt R2 Millstadt Sec35 O40a 
(1886) Floraville Tel. Floraville 
Kleber, Louis P. Waterloo R3 Mill- 
stadt Sec2S O50a (1874) Floraville 
Tel. Floraville 
Klein, Charley (Stella Lesker) Ch 
Beulah, Floyd; Mascoutah RS 
Engefmann Secl9 Tll2a John Hin- 
derman (1890) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 
Klein, Dominick (Mary Englerth) ICh 
Frank, Caroline, Ignatz, Marie, 
William; Freeburg R3 Prairie Du 
Long Sec7 0230a (1874) Floraville 
Tel. Floraville 
Klein, Henry H. (Ella L. Etling) Ch 
Sylvester, Earl; "Pleasant Hill 
Farm" Mascoutah Rl Mascoutah 
Sec35 T240a John Richardson 
(1891) Looking-glass Tel. Mascou- 
tah 
Klein, John A. (Margaret Hepp) Ch 
Herschel E., John H., Norman E., 
Gertrude M.; New Athens Rl 
Prairie Du Long Sec36 086a (1874) 
Farmers Line New Athens 
Klein, Louis E. (Lorraine Sibert) 
O'Fallon Rl OlFallon Sec33 O20a 
TSOa Nick Klein (1892) 
Klein, Nick St. (Louise Scheibel) Ch 
* Louis, *Nick; O'Fallon Rl O'Fal- 
lon Sec32 Oll2Ha (1856) 
Kleih, Nick Jr. (Freda Jung) O'Fal- 
lan Rl O'Fallon SecSS O20a T80a 
Nick Klein Sr. (1894) Kinloch Tel. 
O'Fallon 

Klein, Paul (Lizzie Rickenberg) €h 
Arthur, John, Florence, George, 
Wilburt, *Edward, *Clara; Mascou- 
tah R3 Freeburg Sec36 Tl35a \Chris 
Mueller ( 1865) Kinloch Tel. Mas- 
coutah 

Kleinert Bros. '"Everlasting Spring 
Farm" Belleville R6 St. Clair Secl3 
O50a (1890) Kinloch Tel. Belleville 

Kleinschmidt, Ferdinand Jr. (Edna 
Betz) Ch Milton; Columbia Rl 
Sugar Loaf Seel T317a Ferd Klein- 
schmidt Sr. (1891) Farmers Tel. 
Millstadt 



Kleinschmidt, Ferdinand (Margaret 
IHugmacher) Ch Carolina, .\nian- 
da, Matilda, *Ferdinand, *Frieda 
^5^i'^^A Columbia Rl Sugar Loaf 
Sec36 O500a (1861) Farmers Tel 
Millstadt 

Kleinschmidt, Mrs. Mary Ch *Wil- 
ham *Mary; Millstadt Rl Sugar 
^"^^KP-^P^ O50a (1863) Farmers 
Tel. Mill'stadt 

Kleinschmidt. William Q. (Lottie 
Oerter) Millstadt Rl Sugar Loaf 
Sec25 O200a TsOa Mary Klein- 
schmidt (1884) Farmers Tel Mill- 
stadt 

Kline Stewart N. (Lulu Good) Ch 
Clifton, Vernon, Lila ; Trenton R3. 
Lebanon Secl2 Tl52a Philip Heins 
(1915) Summerfield Tel. Summer- 
field 

Klingel, Charles (Mary Linn) Ch Al- 
bert, Charles, Ed^a, Leroy; Mas- 
coutah (R3 Engelmann Sec30 T210 
Louis Klingel (1869) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Klingel. Gustav A. (Carrie Stein) 
Ch Louis, Allen; Mascoutah R3 
Freeburg Sec25 Tl64a L. Stein and 
L. Klingel (1874) Kinloch Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Klingel, Herman O. (Enxma Seibert) 
Ch Irma; Mascoutah R3 Engel- 
mann Secl8 Tl60a Simoij Klingel 
(1882) Looking-glass Tel. Mascou- 
tah 

Klingel, Robert W. (Ida Perrotlet) 
Ch Norma, Harvey; Mascoutah R3 
Engelmann Sec8 TllOa Louis Klin- 
gel (1880) Looking-glass Tel. Mas- 
coutah 

Klingel, Walter E. (Emma Muehl- 
hauser) Ch Elmer; M^coutah R3 
Engelmann Secl7 T80a'S. Klingel 
(1877) Looking-glass Tel. Mascou- 
tah 

Klingelhoefer, Chris (Mary Krauss) 
Ch Conrad, Harry, Oliver, ♦Wil- 
liam, *Adelia; Mascoutah R2 Mas- 
couta/h becl7-20 T240a Phillip Pos- 
tel (1880) Looking-glass Prairie 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Klingelhoefer, Gus (Rosa Freiderich) 
'Ch Elmer; New Memphis Engel- 
mann Secl3 Tl20a C. B. Klingel- 
hoefer (1888) Looking-glasg Tel. 
Mascoutah 



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Klingelhoefer, Herbert C. (Alma 
Wiess) Ch Opal; Mascoutah fRl 
Mascoutah Sec33 150a Fred Kling- 
elhoefer (1892) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Klingelhoefer, Walter C. (Aleda A. 
Richter) Ch Russell; Mascoutah Rl 
Mascoutah Sec34 Tl26a Fred 
Klingelhoefer (1895) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Klingelhoefer, William A. (Alma 
Butz) Ch Mildred; Mascoutah R2 
Mascoutah Secl7 TllOa Phillip Pos- 
tel (1880) Looking-glass Prairie 
Tel. Mascoutah ' 

Klingelhoefer, William J. (Appolloma 
'Haas) Ch Lucina Mascoutah Rl 
Mascoutah Sec33 TlOoa William 
Klingelhoefer (1891) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Kloess, Louis (Eva Betz) Ch Louis, 
Edward, Katherine, Margaret, 
Frieda, Albert, *Selma; East Caron- 
delet Rl Sugar Loaf Sec23 086a 
(1864) 

Klopmeyer, Henry (Anna K. Roehig) 
XZh John, Oliver, Louise, Anna, 
Harold, *Henry, *CIara, ♦William, 
♦Emrna;, Mascoutah Mascoutah 
Sec32 038a (1861) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Klopmeyer, Henry E. (Laura Friess) 
€h Wilmer; Mascoutah IR3 Engel- 
mann Secl8 T90a Philip Funk 
(1886) Looking-glass Tel. Mascou- 
tah 

Klotz, Michael G. (Carolina Hoff- 
stetter) Ch Frieda, Adolph, Rich- 
ard; Col\unbia Rl Sugar Loaf Sec35' 
T68a Adam 'Hiofstetter (1863) Bell 
Tel. Millstadt 

IQotz, William G. (Luella Rieder) 
Belleville RS Shiioh Valley Sec2-ll 
Tl20a Joseph Rieder (190S) Kinloch 
Tel. O'Fallon 

Knecht, Philip G. (Elizabeth Pflast- 
ener) Marissa R2 Marissa Sec2a 
TlGOa Ernest Kunze (1310) Short 
Line Tel. Marissa 

Kinepper, Henry (Rosa Meyer) Ch 
Ida, Adelia, Olivia, Elmer, Oscar; 
Centerville Station IRl Stookey 
Sec29 TlOOa Edward Meyer (1870) 
Farmers Tel'. Millstadt 

Knepper, John (Amanda Kessler) Ch 
Erwin, Elwin, Ardeli; Mascoutah 
R3 Engelmann Sec29 TnO^ Mrs. 
Anna Jung (1883) !Looking-glass 
Tel. Fayetteviile 



Knewitz, Fred (Augusta Shmelzer) 
Ch Elizabeth, Anna, Dan, William, 
Richard, Heniy, Edgar, *Fred; 
New Athens R3 Lenzburg Sec9 
O200a (1868) 'Farmers Tel. New 
Athens 

Knewitz, Peter (Katie C. Waeltz) 
Ch Gustav, Wilmer, Myrtle; New 
Athens R3 Lenzburg Sec9 O200a 
(1870) Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Kniepkamp, August (Mamie Moeser) 
Ch Florence, Myrtle, Roy; "Pleas- 
ant View Grain Farm" Frecburg RS 
Smithton Sec32 Tl30a Elizabeth 
Moeser) (1871) Floraville Tel. 
Floraville 

Knipp, Edmund (Anna K. Lang) 
Mascoutah Rl Mascoutah Sec25 
80a Louis Kranz (1892) Looking- 
glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Knipp, Emil (Bertha Weaver) Ch 
lona; New Baden Mascoutah SeclS 
Tl60a Mrs. H. Herold (1880) 
Looking-glass Tel. New Baden 

Knipp, George J. (Anna M. Braeu- 
tigan) Ch Roland, Harvey, Harold; 
Mascoutah Rl Mascoutah Sec36 
Tl60a Conrad Laytenschlager 
(1879) Looking-glass Tel. Mas- 
coutah 

Knipp, John (Amelia Renth) Ch Her- 
bert, Roy; Mascoutah R2 Mascou- 
tah Sec20-21 Tl20a Julius Postel 
(1883) Looking-glass Prairie Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Knipp, Otto (Altvina Brede) New 
Baden Mascoutah Secll T220a 
Wm. Dagit, Mrs. Christ Richter and 
Mrs. Brede (1884) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah. 

Knobeloch, Arthiu- (Elizabeth A. 
Renner) Ch Bernice, Alida, Har- 
vey, Ellen, Ray; Belleville R8 Shi- 
ioh Valley Sec22 Tl20a Julius Kno- 
beloch 0883) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Knobeloch. Rudolph (Malinda Voel- 
kel) ch He/bert; BellevUle R6 
Shiioh Valley Sec21 O80a T80a 
Julius Knobeloch (1884) Bell Tel. 
Belleville 

Koch, Edward A. (Louisa Kempef) 
Ch Elsie, ♦Amanda; Millstadt R2 
Millstadt Sec36 Ol69a (1908) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 

Koch, Herman C. (Mary Schroeder) 
Ch Adelia, Clarence, Walter; Mill- 
stadt R2 Millstadt Sec35 Ol40a 
(1919) Floraville Tel. Floraville 



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Koch, Peter M. Jr. (Jacobinn) Ch 
Peter, Esther, *Anna, *John, ♦Liz- 
zie, *Amiel, *George, *Ida; Belle- 
ville R6 Shiloh Valley Sec7-8 O2l0a 
Peter Koch Heirs (1895) 

Kochmann, Fred W. (Lena Scharf) 
Ch Alfred, Albert; Millstadt R2 
Millstadt Sees Ol20a (1873) Mill- 
stadt Tel. Millstadt 

Koebel, Olive J. (Luara A. Rieger) 
Ch Marjorie, Harriet; Mascoutah 
R2 Mascoutah SeclO TlOOa Abra- 
ham Hirstien (1895) North Grove 
Tel. Summerfield 

Koenitz, Fred (Mary Waddell) Ch 
Vivian, Lucile, Tyrus, Myrtle; New 
Athens R3 Lenzburg Sec26 TlOa 
C. Orth (1918) Farmers Tel. New 
Athens 

Koenitz, Walter (Clara Lawrence) 
Ch Pern; New Athens R3 Lenz- 
burg Sec33 OlOa Farmers Tel. New 
Athens 

Koerber, Edwin J. (Freda Mehrman) 
Waterloo R3 Millstadt Secl4S 
Tl38a William Koerber (1892) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Koerber, Louis W. (Anna Stallman) 
Ch Ella C, Alma, Adela, Amanda, 
Clara, Katie, Henry L. ; "Fertility 
Grain Farm" New Athens R2 
Prairie DuLong Sec26 OllSa (1871) 
Farmers Line New Athens 

Koesterer, Ben P. (Freda Weik) 
Freeburg R2 Freeburg Sec3'5 O80a 
(1880) Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 

Koesterer, Emil iG. (Edith Mudd) Ch 
Harry, Arthur, Florence; Freeburg 
R2 Freeburg Secl7 Tl60a Louis 
Koesterer (1886) 

Koesterer, Joseph P. (Clara Rein- 
heimer) Ch Irving, Ed., Ella, Ag- 
nes, *Ida, *George, *Birdie, *Philip, 
♦Lena, ♦Katie; Freeburg Freeburg 
Sec29 OlOOa (1851) 

Koesterer, John (Elizabeth Barthel) 
Ch William, Lizzie, Cletas, Lioba, 
♦Alma, ♦August, ♦Albert, ♦John, 
♦Frank; Freeburg Freeburg Sec30 
Ol33^a (1854) 

Koesterer, Louis (Louise Reinheim- 
er) Ch Carrie, ♦Josie, ♦Emil, 
♦Freda; Freeburg R2 Freeburg 
Secl7 Ol60a (1853) Kinloch Tel. 
Freeburg 

Koesterer, Theodore (Mary Grau) 
Ch Edward, John, George, Henry, 
Peter, Clements, Katie; New Ath- 
ens Rl Prairie DuLong Sec24 
Tl38a Charles Koesterer (1878) 
Kinlnch Tel. New Athens 



Koestner, Henry P. (Anna Theleman) 
Ch Jennie, Helen; East Carondelet 
bugar Loaf T80a Jacob Youne 
(1877) ^ 

Kollmeyer, August (Wilhelmina 
Kiermann) Ch ♦Katie, ♦Lottie, 
♦Henry, *Christ, ♦William; Edge- 
mont Sta. East St. Louis R2 Cen- 
terville Sec28 09a (1882) 

Kollmeyer, Henry C. (Alma Win- 
decker) Ch Vivian, Alma, Henry, 
Constance; Edgemont Sta. East 
(1882)°"*^ Canteen Sec4 034a 

Kolhneyer WiUiam A. (Matilda 
Lenzi) Edgemont Sta. East St 
Louis R2 Centerville Secl9 Tl7a 
Mrs. E. Toupnot (i887) 

Kombrink, Henry J. (Minnie Suever) 
Ch Albert, Mildred; Freeburg R3 
bmithton Secl5 Tl25a John Kom- 
brink (1879) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Kombrink. William H. (Annie Berg- 
mann) Ch Irvin, *Minnie, ♦Mamie, 
♦William, ♦Ida; Caseyville Rl 
CaseyviUe Sec29 O80a (1862) 

Kosnala, Stanley (Mary Kuszuki) 
Caseyville Rl Caseyville Sec21 
T80a Fletcher Nedam Clayton 
(1913) 

Kottkamp, Herman (Louise Wis- 
kamp) Ch Walter, Rose, Myrtle. 
♦Josephine, *Minnie; Columbia Rl 
Sugar Loaf Sec4 Tl20a Jacob Diehl 
(1867) Farmers Tel. Columbia 

Kraemer, Jacob (Barbara Mugele) 
Ch Emily, Annie, Elmer, ♦Irvin, 
♦Louisa, ♦Mary; Trenton R2 Sec24 
086a (1881) 

Kraemer, John (Elizabeth Haury) Ch 
David, Samuel, Katharine; Trenton 
R3 Lebanon Sec25 OSOa (1891) 
North Grove Tel. Summerfield 

Kraemer, Henry (Barbara Bergdolt) 
Ch Herbert, Albert, Susie; Trenton 
R3 Lebanon Sec36 T80a Katharine 
Kraemer (1904) 

Kraft, Adam (Hilda Lambert) Ch 
Ralph; BellevUle IRl Shiloh Valley 
Sec29 Tl72a M. Mueller (1891) Bell 
Tel. Belleville 

Kraft, George (Anna Yaher) Ch 
Mandy, ♦Edgar; New Athens Rl 
Prairie DuLong Secl4 O230a (1866) 
Floraville Tel. FLoraville 

Kraft, William (Lena Stunert) New 
Athens R3 Lenzburg Secl5 T80a 
Nick Strunert (1870) Farmers Tel. 
New Athens 



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Kramper,, Mrs. Anna (Anna Geiseen) 
'Ch Ben, August,^ Henry, *Sophia, 
*Anna, *Fred; St. Libory Rl Fay- 
etteville Secll O330a {1856) Farm- 
ers Tel. St. Libory 

Kramper, Pred J. (Catharine M. 
Buescher) .Ch Fred, Henry; St. Lib- 
ory Rl Fayetteville Sec2 OlOOa 
(1888) Farmers Tel. St. Libory 

Kranz, Louis (Sally Bantlemann) Ch 
Julius, Alice, Elmer; Mascoutah Ra 
Mascoutah 096a (1880) Looking- 
glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Kraske, George (Louise Zimmerman) 
Ch Ernest, Bertha, 'George, Adolph 
Marguerite, *Emlma Belleville R6 
Shiloh Valley Sec8 OSOa (1864) 

Krass, Magdalene Stookey Sec20 
Ol07a Farmers Tel. Millstadt 

Kraus, Max (Frances iHialferich) Ch 
John, Oliva, Bertha, Armella; 
BellevUle R6 St. Clair Secl4 O60a 
(1874) 

Krebs, Bernh'ard (Margaret Leohr) 
Oh Katie, Joseph; New Athens 
pTairie DyLong Secl9 Ol20a (1868) 
Farmiers Line Tel. Hecker 

Ki-eher, John (Frances Schilling) Ch 
Cl'ara, Francis A., *Austin, *John, 
♦Elizabeth, *Peter, *Mary; New 
Athens R2 Prairie L>uLong Sec32 
O80a (1912) Farmers Line Hecker 

Kreher, Emerich (Mary Hopp) |Ch 
Elmerich J., William, Appolonia, 
IRJuth, *Elizabeth, *Edward; New 
Athens R2 Prairie DuLong Secl9 
0291a (1868) Farmers Line Hecker 

Kremmer, John N. (Anne Wagner) 
Ch Tillie, *Freda, *Katie, *Mary. 
*<Clarence; Belleville Rl St. Clair 
Sec23 O80a (1864) Bell Tel. Beile- 
ville 

Krick, Valentine Ch Albert, David, 
♦Emma, *Fred, *WHniam5 ♦Lyd'ia, 
*Oscar; Centerville Station Ri 
Stookey Sec28 T60a Mrs. Louise 
Heitz ( (1855) Farmers Teh Mill- 
stadt 

Krieg, George (Barbara Reinack) Ch 
Ida, Martin, Emil, George; Free- 
burg R2 Freeburg SeclG Tl25a 
Mary Krieg (1868) Kinloch TeJ. 
Freeburg 

Krieg, Joseph (Anna Liebig) Ch 
Elmer, Minnie; Freeburg R2 Free- 
burg Secl6 Tl20a Mary Krieg 
(1867) Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 



Kropp, William (Louisa Htoepfinger) 
/Ch Leroy, *Ophelia; Millstadt iR2 
Milltadt Sec7 Ol02a (1862) Mill- 
stadt Tel. Millstadt 

Krozer, Ferd (Annie Male) Ch 
♦Frank, *Edward', *George, *Ma/ry, 
♦Lily, *Josie, *.Nancy; Freeburg Ra 
Freeburg Sec4 055a (1854) 

Kruger, Charles Ch Otto.r Anna; 
Edgemont Sta. East St. Louis R3 
Canteen Sec3 T40a Merrell Drug 
Co. (1910) 

Knimp, Charles (Katie Wiolf) iCh 
•Ellsworth, Raymond, Robert, Le- 
ola; Trenton R2 Lebanon Secl7 
T200a Mrs. John Hawry (1871) 

Krump, Mike (Louisa Wasen) iCh 
Mike, Emma, John, Edward, An- 
nie, Katie; Trenton R2 Lebanon 
See3 T200a William Hagemann 
(1866) Kinloch Tel. Lebanon 

Krumrey, Fred Trenton R3 Lebanon 
Secl2 Tl20a Kate Remick (1898) 

Krupp, Adam Freeburg R3 Prairie 
DuLong Sec7 T60a Elizabeth Vogt 
(ISTV) 
Krupp, Jacob (Katherine Masserang) 
Ch Cecelia, Eugene, Elsie, Blanche; 
Belleville R3 Stookey Secl2 Tl50a 
A. B. Ogle (1876) 
Krupp, John (Amanda Franke) Ch 
Sylvester, Wilber; Belleville Ra 
Smithton Sec29 T97a Mrs. John 
Oger (1889) Floraville Tel. Flora- 
ville 
Kruppc, Emil P. (Adelia Nolte) Ch 
Millstadt R2 Millstadt Sec26 Tl20a 
Adam Kruppe Est. (1892) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 
Kruse, George (Thelka B. Lembke) 
(Ch Leroy, Leontine; Mascoutah 
R3 ^ngelmami Sec5 Ol27a ( 1884) 
Kinloch Tel. Mascoutah 
Kuehn, Henry N. (Anna M. Poirot) 
Ch Edwin; Mascoutah Rl Mascou- 
tah Sec35 Ol40a (1870) Looking- 
glass Tel. Mascoutaih 
Kuehn, William L. (Katy Reeb) Ch 
Arthur, *Clara; Mascoutah Rl 
Mascoutah Sec26 OlOOa (1869) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Kuehner, Henry Millstadt Ra Mill- 
stadt Sec29 T80a Mrs. Otto Kurt 
(1877) Millstadt Tel. Millstadt 

Kuehner, John P. (iFrances Deken) 
Ch Joseph, Henry, Katy, ♦Mary, 
♦Anna, ♦Elizabeth; East Caronde- 
let Rl Sugar Loaf Commonfields 
04a (1864) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Kuhlmann, Dietrich (Annie Schluer) 
iCh iWillfev Mifl We',, /Annies, Linda, 
Oliver, Walter, Ella, Esther, Les- 
lie, Irv'in; Belleville R3 Casey ville 
Sec28 Oll7a (1870) 

Kuhn, George (Katie Gasser) Ch 
George, Arthur, Matilda, Cornelia, 
*Emma, *Katie, *Frieda; "East 
Slope Farm" New Athens R2 
Prairie DuLong Sec3 0276^a 
(1866) Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Kuklinski, Andrew (Martha Nick- 
liekik) Ch Paul, Joseph, Margaret, 
Elizabeth, Mary; Mascoutah Rl 
Engelmann Secll Tl33a Peter Ke- 
hier (1910) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascotitah 



Kunze, Ernest (Catherine Hotz) Ch 
*Gustave, ♦Edward; Marissa R2 
Marissa Secie OSOOa (1854) 

Kunze, Gnstave (Emma Schmidt) Ch 
Russell, Viola, Harold, Leonard; 
Marissa R2 Marissa Secl6 T240a 
Ernst Kunze (1888) Short Line Tel. 
Marissa 

Kunze, Gustave E. Jr. (Nathaniel 
E. Haas) Ch Elmer H. Belleville 
R6 Shiloh Valley Sec21 Ol60a 
(1866) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Kunze, J. C. F. Ch Adolph, Dorothy, 
Elizabeth; Marissa Rl Marissa 
Sec21 O203a (1875) Kinloch Tel. 

Marissa 



Kurtz, Leonard A. Edward and Mary 
Kurtz, father and mother; Belle- 
ville Rl Smithton Sec2 T70a Ed- 
ward Kurtz (1888) Kinloch Tel. 
Belleville 



Lacquement Ernest (Nellie Sullins) 
Ch Orin, Mabel, Frank, Dilbert, 
Ernie, *Arthur; Trenton R3 Leb- 
anon Sec4 Tl60a Rehg and Campe 
(1916) St. Jacob Tel. St. Jacob 

Lacroix, Narcise E. (Gertrude 
Range) Narcise, Vincent; East St. 
Louis Rl Cen'terville Cahokia Com- 
monfieldis T47a Pauline Ripley 
(1877) 

Lakins, Daniel (Louise Nagel) Char- 
lie, William; Lebanon R2 O' Fal- 
lon Secl4 T200a William Hage- 
mann (1884) 

Lampe, Henry (Adelia Pannier) Ch 
Elmer; Lenzburg Rl Fayette ville 
Sec29 T268a Ernst Kunze (1918) 

Lang, Henry (Lizzie Becker) iOh 
Henry, *Alma, *Arthur, *Walter; 
Millstadt R2 M.illstadt Sec28 0221a 
(1865) Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Lang, Jacob (Mary Stitzel Ch Louis, 
Fred; *Katie; Freeburg R3 Prairie 
DuLong Sec6 Ol50a (1890) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 

Lang, Louis (Mary Karst) Ch John, 
Ben, Herman, Alvina, *Anna; New 
Baden Rl Mascoutah Sec24 Tl74a 
Henry Schribert Looking-glass Tel. 
New Baden 



Lange, Henry (Mary Rueter) Ch Ma- 
tilda, Alfred, Robert; St Libory 
Fayetteville Sec24 Ol94a (1870) 
Farmers Tel. St. Libory 

Lanker, George G. (Cecelia Schaef- 
fer) Ch Mildred, Norman, Flor- 
ence; Mascoutah R2 Mascoutah 
Sec9 Tl60a James Lanter (1882) 

Lansing, Herman (Rachel Huskey) 
Ch James, John, *Herman, *Nen, 
♦George, ♦Albert, ♦Mary, ♦Francis, 
♦Raymond, ♦Virgie; Casesrville Rl 
Caseyville Sec2 095a (186P'» 

Lanter, Edward P. (Louisa Haas) 
Ch Arthur, Malinda, Emelia, Her- 
bert, Bertha, Gustave, Mary; Mas- 
coutah R3 Engelmann Sec5 T200a 
P. H. Postel Est. (1873) Looking- 
glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Lanter, Frank (Teckla Gundlach) Ch 
Elmer, Roland; Belleville R6 St. 
Clair Sec24 Tl25a J. J. Gundlach 
(1892) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Lanter, Joseph A. (Alma Koesterer) 
Ch Joseph J.; New Athens Rl New 
Athens Sec8 TSOa Dominick Lan- 
ter (1879) 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Lanter, Joseph (Malinda Zimmer- 
mann) Ch Otteli^ U., *Edward P., 
♦George S., *Julius J., *Emelia K., 
*Mary L.; Mascoutah Mascoutah 
Sec9-16 6415a (1853) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

LanUr, Julius J. (Louisa Wilhelm) 
Ch Joseph; Mascoutah R2 Mascou- 
tah Secl6 Tl4(>a Joseph Lanter 
(1885) Looking-glass Prairie Tel. 
Mascoutah 

LaRobardier, Francis B. (Clara Mor- 
bach) Ch Frank, *Louisa, ♦Mary, 
Clara, ♦Mabelle; Edgemont Sta. 
East St Louis R3 Canteen Sec3 
T90a Merrell Drug Co. (1851) 

LaRobardier, Isaac F. "LaRobardier 
Farm" Edgemont Sta, East St. 
Louis R4 Canteen Sec23 OlOOa 
T40a Josephine LaRobardier (1872) 

Laughlin, Thomas L. (Agnes Rea- 
gan) Ch Margaret, John, Gertrude, 
Rosilis; New Athens R2 New Ath- 
ens Sec7 Tl50a Herbert Robarts 
(1873) Farmers Tel. Freeburg 

Lautenschlaeger, Conrad G. (Louisa 
Weiss) Ch Fred C, Alma F.; "Ma- 
ple Grove Stock and Gram Farm" 
Mascoutah Rl Engelmann Seel 
O400a (1868) Looking-glass Te^, 
'Mascoutah 

Lauz, Gustave F. (Estella Krauth) 
ICh Raymond, Ethel, Caby; Mas- 
coutah Rl Engelmann SeclB Tl20a 
Peter Fries (1888) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Lawrence, Ebeni (Rickie Dinges) Ch 
Clarence; New Athens R3 Lenz- 

..burg Sec28 O40a (1869) Farmers 
Tel. New Athens 

Lebert, Edward (Tillie* Raisch) Ch 
Walter, Amelia; Mascoutah R2 
Mascoutah Sec7 T40a Mrs. R. Mil- 
ler (1871) Looking-glass Prairie 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Lebert, Henry (Katie Johnson) Ch 
Bertha, Adele, Edgar; Lebanon 
Lebanon Scc20 Tl40a Carrie Hen- 
drickson (1878) 

Lehman, William (Ella Wilson) Ch 
Gertrude, Leslie, Earl, Bessie; Ma- 
rissa R2 Marissa Sec28 Ol8^2a 
(1826) West Dozaw Tel. Marissa 

Lehmann, William H. (Amelia Simp- 
son) Ch Gordon, Darwin, Everett, 
♦Willa; Lebanon R2 Lebanon Sec23 
T99^a Wigle Est. (1877) 



Lehr, John (Lizzie Gaubatz) iCh 
Philip, Martha, ♦Lizzie; Marissa Rl 
Marissa SeclS Ol22a (1881) East 
Darmstadt Tel. Marissa 

Leilich, George (Amanda Huber) Ch 
Melba; "Maple Grove Stock Farm" 
New Athens Rl Prairie DaLong 
Sec24 Ol38a (1888) Kinloch Tel. 
New Athens 

Lembke, Rudolph F. (Edna Schleich- 
ter) Ch Iris; Mascoutah R3 
Engelmann Secl8 Tl71a Rudolph 
Lembke Sr (1890) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Lembke, William (Clara Hall) Ch 
Frank, Clara, Ruth, Edna, Dorothy, 
William; Mascoutah R2 Mascou- 
tah SeclS Ol90a (1862) Looking- 
glass Prairie Tel. Mascoutah 

Lemen, Albert (Susan Smith) Ch 
Herbert, Edward; Belleville R3 
Caseyville Sec27 T40a Margaret 
Lemen (1880) 

Lemen, Fred (Anna Vrytech) iCh 
Guy, Fern, Lillian, Ethel; O'Fallon 
R2 Caseyville Seel Ol72i/^a (1849) 
Kinloch Tel. Collinsville 

Lemen, Julius D. (Lucy Willoughby) 
Ch Gerke, Grace, Joseph, Gladys; 
O'Fallon R2 Caseyville Sec2 0224a 
(1862) Kinloch Tel. Collinsville 

Lemgang, Henry (Mary Hellmer) Ch 
Mary, Henry, William, Aurelius, 
Barbara, Charley, ♦Rosa, ♦Al- 
phonse; Millstadt R2 Millstadt Sec8 
Ol20a (1854) Millstadt Tel. Mill- 
stadt 

Lemgang, T. Alphonse (Rosa Ehr- 
stein) Ch Vincent, Marcella; Mill- 
stadlt Rl Millstadt Sec20 Tl20a 
Charles Korwog Est, (1893) Mill- 
stadt Tel. Millstadt 

Lemievuc, Joseph C. (Adelle Levan) 
Ch Josephine; East St. Louis Rl 
Centerville Cahokia Commonfields 
024a (1867) 

Leonhardt, John (Bertha Funk) 
Ch Elroy; Mascoutah R8 Bngel- 
mann Secl7 TlOOa Henry Hyde 
(1885) Looking-glass Tel. Mas- 
coutah 

LePere, Louis (Emma I. Beswick) 
Ch Clifford, Florence, Edna, Elmer, 
Wilbur, Ralph, Mildred, Louis; 
"Twiss Hill" BelleviUe R4 Stookey 
SeclO T242a Beswick Est. (1879) 
Farmers Tel. Millstadt 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



LePere, William J. (Alice Wallace) 
Ch William, Woodrow; Columbia 
Rl Sugar Loaf Seel TlOOa Mrs. 
Margaret LePere (1884) 

Lester, Samuel (Elizabeth Benson) 
Ch *Lucile; East Carondelet Cen- 
terville Cahokia Commonfields T3a 
Julius Pitzmann (1905) 

Levin, Alfonze (Isabell Chattillion) 
Ch Henrietta, Margaret, Dorothy, 
Laverne; East Caron<Jelet Sugar 
Loaf iCommonfields T317a James 
M. Hammell (1887) 

Levin, Alfred (Lulu Pulcher) Ch 
Clara, Evelyn, Louis; East St. 
Louis Rl Centerville Cahokia 
Commonfields Tll4a Julius Levin 
(1902) 

Levin, George L. Ch Lenore, Jule, 
Armentine, Emma, *Lillian, *Tillie; 
East Carondelet Rl Sugar Loaf 
ICommonfields O50a (1894^ 

Levin, Octave (Delia Lacroix) Ch 
Clara, Ernie, Delia, Walter, Oc- 
tave, Carmille, Myrtle, Josephine; 
East St Louis Rl Centerville 
Cahokia Commonfields Tl25a 
Julius Pitzman (1904) 

Levy, James N. (Marie Kolbe) East 
St. Louis Rl Centerville Cahokia 
Commonfields ■ TSla Julius Pitz- 
man (1890) 

Lickenbrock, Mary (Mary Scherder) 
Ch Leo, Henry, *Katfe, *Frank, 
*Fred, ♦William, *Helen, *Adolph; 
St Libory Rl Fayetteville SeclO 
0248a (1863) Farmers Tel. St 
Libory 

Liebig, John H. (Katy Welker) Ch 
Irene, Cora, Wilmer, Homer, Earl, 
iCarroI, Myrna; Mascoutah Rl 
Engelmann Secl2 T200a George 
Liebig (1874) Looking-glass TeJ. 
Mascoutah 

Linck, George (Martha Loscher) Ch 
Albert, * Viola; Lebanon R3 
O'Fallon Sec27 Tl20a J. N. Perrin 
(1860) 

Lincks, John (Katie Miller) New 
Athens Rl Prairie DuLong Secl3 
Tl30a George P. Lincks (1884) 

Lindauer, Fred (Bertha Schubert) 
Ch Millard, Lucile, CliflFord; Harry 
Schubert, stepson; Millstadit Rl 
Millstadt Sec2 087a (1873) Mill- 
stadt Tel. Millstadt 



Lindauer, William (Dorothy Har- 
deick) Millstadt R2 Millstadt Sec8 
Tll3a Jacob Lindauer (1884) Mill- 
stadt Tel. Millstadt 

Linder, Frank J. (Ella Bremer) Ch 
Hilmar, Xavier, Melvin, Elvina, 
August, Lucille; Mascoutah R3 
Engelmann Sccl9 Tl70a Anna 
Engelmann (1886) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Linder, John (Rosie Wenzel) Ch 
Oliver, Leona, Alphonse; "Mull- 
berry Hill Stock and Poultry 
Farm" Belleville R2 Smithton 
Sec20 Ol20a (1883) 

Linn, Adam (Elizabeth Shalt) Ch 
Freda, *Henry, *Edward, ♦Lena, 
♦Hilda, ♦Walter; Mascoutah RS 
Engelmann Secl7 02a (1869) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Linn, EkIWard P. (Maggie A, Peters) 
ICh Florentine, Adelle, Gertrude, 
Harold; Mascoutah R3 Engel- 
mann Secl7 Ola (1878) Looking- 
glass Tel, Mascoutah 

Linss, Richard (Emma Busch) Ch 
Minnie, Robert, Edward, ♦Walter, 
♦Oliver; Freeburg R2 New Athens 
Secl2 Ol80a (1906) Farmers Tel. 
Freeburg 

Lippert, Henry (Margaret Smith) Ch 
George L., ♦Emma, ♦John, ♦Dora; 
Freeburg Rl Prairie DuLong Seel 
O70a Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 

Lippert, John H. (Mary Weber) Ch 
Robert, Oscar; "Locust Grove 
Stock and Grain Farm" New 
Athens R2 Prairie DuLong Sec29 
085a (1884) Farmers Line TeL 
Hecker 

Lischer, William F. (Mary Gilbert) 
Ch Laura, Mildred, Armin; New 
Athens Rl Prairie DuLong Sec25 
Tl36a Catharine Gilbert (1904) 
Farmers Line Tel. New Athens 

Lobstein, Leo (Lucy L. WeiSsert) 
Ch Jesse, Elmo, Estelle, Carlyle; 
Edgemont Sta. East St Louis R4 
Canteen Sec23 O40a (1890) 

Loebeling, Henry and Ed. Freeburg 
R2 Freeburg Sec4 061a (I860) 

Loehr, Nick (Katy Cortner) Ch 
Cornelia; Waterloo R4 Millstadt 
Sec24S T200a George Loehr (1892) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Loesche, Edward (Tillie Schanke) 
Ch Edna, Olinda, Ella; Marissa Ra 
Marissa Sec4 Ol70a (1871) Hick- 
ory' Grove Tel. Marissa 



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PKAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIIRECTORY 



Loewe, Henry F. (Mary Fischer) Ch 
Lester, Elmer, Leona; MUlstadt K2 
Millstadt Sec26 T78a Henry 
Mueller (1913) Floraville Tel. Flor- 

aville /r. 1 ■ T 

Lohmann, Louis C. (Sophie L. 
Miller) Ch Louis, William, Mane, 
Henry, Lucille, *Rosa, *Dena; 
CenterviUe Rl Centerville Sec28 
Tl08a L. D. Turner (1864) 

Long, Oliver J. (Emily Morve) Ch 
Lottie, Oliver, William; Caseyville 
Rl Casej'ville Secl6 T60a William 
Morve Sr. (1890) 

Lopinot, Julius (Minnie Lehrling) 
Ch Clarence, Arthur; Belleville R4 
Stookey Secl5 063a TlOOa Charles 
Schmidt (1858) Farmers Tel. Mill- 
stadt 

Lopinot, Mrs. Lena M. (Lena 
Etienne) Ch Cora, Leonard, Irene, 
Walter, Marie, Adele, Raymond; 
East St. Louis Rl Centerville Sec4 
TlOOa Larey Sisters (1893) 

Lortz, Siegel S. (Annie W^iskamp) 
Ch Juna, Ellen, Mabel, >WilmeT, 
Homer, *Elsa, *Clara; Freeburg 
|R2 Freeburg Secl7 0326a (1864) 
Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 

Losche, Fred) (Katharine Fruth) Ch 
Anna, Katie, Edna, Charles, Les- 
ter, *Fred, *Christina, *Herman, 
*Otto; Lenzburg Rl Marissa Sec4 
Ol70a (1866) Hickory Grove Tel. 
'Marissa 

Louis, Frank A. (Anna M. Berlsman) 
Ch Clara, Joseph, Anna, *Benjamin, 
*John; O'Fallon Rl O'Fallon Sec31 
OlOOa (1857) Kinloch Tel. 

., O'Fallon 

Lotlis, John F. (Caroline Streck) Ch 
John, Jerome; O'Fallon O'Fallon 
Sec20 Tl20a Frank Louis (1887) 

Lucash, Frank (Katherine Heyt- 
mann) Ch Annie; Belleville Rl 
Freeburg SecS 071a (1868) Kin- 
loch Tel. Freeburg 

Lucash, Joseph C. (Jennie Moll) Ch 
Fred, Johrt. Marguerite; Freeburg 
Freeburg Sec20 O80a T59a John 
Lucash Sr. (1871) 

Luckner, Otto (Josephine Runkwitz) 
Lebanon. R2 O'Fallon Sec26 Ol20a 
(1852) Kinloch Tel. Lebanon 

Luckner, Walter (Hilda Kasel) Ch 
Ella; Lebanon Ra O'Fallon 
Sec26-35 Ol43a (1873) Kinloch Tel. 
Lebanon 



Ludlwig, Jacob (Emma Mund) Ch 
Rena, *Philip, *Theodore; East 
Carondelet Rl Sugar Loaf Sec26 
TllOa Mrs. John Dierhoff (1919) 

Luebbers, George (Anna Bruegge- 
mann) Ch Ben, Aloise, Anton, 
Lizzie, John, Mary, Leo, *Kate, 
♦Anna, *Minnie, *Theresa; Fay- 
etteville R3 Fayetteville Sec7 TsoOa 
Frank Moll (1916) 

Luebbers, William (Margaret 
Fromme) Ch Eurben, Luke, Helen, 
Lucille, Florence, William, Esther; 
'St. Libory Rl Fayetteville Secll 
Tl72a Burgardi Heirs (1900) Farm- 
ers Tel. St. Libory 

Luechtefeld, Julius (Anna Surmeyer) 
Ch William, Helen, Irene, Richard, 
Alice, Leo; Catharine Surmeyer, 
mother; St. Libory Fayetteville 
Secl4 Tl20a Catharine Surmeyer 
(1884) Farmers Tel. St. Libory 

Luehder, Henry (Anna Knipp) Ch 
Raymond, Herbert, Esther, Elvin, 
Arnold; Mascoutah Rl Mascoutah 
Sec36 Tl20a Louis Kranz (1877) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Lueth, Henry F. (Ida Beck) Ch 
Elmer; New Athens R3 Lenzburg- 
Sec28-33 TlOOa Mrs. Fred Wasen 
(1878) Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Luetkemeyer, Henry Sr. (Dora Kock) 
Ch Henry, Lois, *Viola, *Edna, 
♦Fred; ''Luetkemeyer Grove" 
Belleville R2 Smithton Sec9 Ol04a 
(1857) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Luettinger, Louis E. (Emma Schroe- 
der) iCh Esther, Verna; "Walnut 
Grove Farm" Trenton R2 Leban- 
on Sec34 T200a George Luettinger 
(1896) North Grove Tel. Summer- 
field 

Luetzelschwab, Jacob (Charlotte 
Hollscher) Ch Herman, Jacob, 
Frank, Caroline, Edna, ♦Mary, 
John, ♦Minnie, ♦Katie, ♦Lottie, 
♦Lucy; Millstadlt R2 Millstadt 
Sec33 Ol20a (1882) Fountain Tel. 
Waterloo 

Lunk, Leopold (Anna Aviskun) Ch 
Leo, Anna, John, Julia, Joseph, 
Lawrence, Rudolph, Adam, Isa- 
belle; Freeburg Rl Smithton Secl3 
O40a (1910) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Lurtz, Charles (Katie Weil) Ch 
Raymond, Oliver, Herbert; Tren- 
ton R2 Lebanon T256a Samuel 
Smiley (1884) Kinloch Tel. Leb- 
anon 

Lurtz, Edward L. (Barbara Ruck- 
reizel) Ch Earl C. ,Viola. Bernetta. 
Edna A.; Belleville R6 Shiloh Val- 
ley Secl6 T311a Mrs. Johnson 
(1880) Bell Tel. Belleville 



Lurtz, Mrs. Robert (Sarah Dressel) 
Ch Robert, *Mary, *Lizzie, *Lin.da, 
* Hannah; Lebanon R2 O'Fallon 
SeclO Ol20a (1853) Kinloch Tel. 
O'Fallon 

Lutz, Joseph (Ida Klupp) Ch Annie; 
Caseyville Caseyville Sec7 Tla 
Andy Hammond (1884) 

Lynn, Mrs. WUliam (Sarah Ashton) 
Ch John, Joseph, Wiljiam, *James; 
Lebanon Ri O'Fallon Seel OlOOa 
(1859) Kinloch Tel. Lebanor 



M 



Malacame, John (Louise Garg) ICh 
George, Robert, Julia, Mary, Elsie; 
Belleville R2 Smithton Sec6 024a 
(1904) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Mallrich, George R. (Adelia Klingel- 
hoefer) Ch Verena; Lebanon Rl 
Mascoutah Sec6 TlOOa Christ 
Richter (1894) Mascoutah Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Mallrich, Michael (Caroline Richter) 
Ch Emma, Adelia, Herman M., 
♦Lizzie, *Alma; Mascoutah R2 
Mascoutah Secll O80a (1855) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Manning, Matt (Katy Domenika) 
Ch Charlie, Joseph, Matt, Domin- 
ack. Otto, Nettie, Selma; Edge- 
mont Sta. East St. Louis R3 Can- 
teen SecB T38a William Drummon 
(1908) 

Manz, John Jr. (Josephine Gutter- 
sohn) ICh Wilmer; O'Fallon Rl 
O'Fallon Sees Tll5a Julius Gutter- 
sohn (1917) 

Mappes, William (Christina Klever) 
Ch William, Walter, Edward, 
♦Charlie; Millstadt Rl Stookey 
Sec30 063a (1899) Farmers Tel. 
Millstadt 

Marlin, Joseph (Mary Seyer) Ch 
Joseph, Edvi^ard, Albert, Leo, El- 
inore, Mildred; Edigemont Sta. 
East St. Louis East St. Louis 
Sec27 Ol4a (1868) 

Marran, Frank (Henrietta Flotiron) 
August, *Dan and *Emma Flotiron, 
stepchildren; East Carondelet Rl 
Sugar Loaf Commonfiedss O30a 
(1894) 



Martin, Davie (Rosie Jefferson) Ch 
Bruce, *lChai-ley, *Maria, *.\lice, 
♦Joseph, ♦Harry, ♦Edward, ♦Mary! 
♦Eliza and Louisa Jasper, step- 
children; East St. 1 Louis Rl 
Centerville Cahokia Commonfields 
T50a (1878) 

Marxer, Louis J. (Rosa Iger) Ch 
Joseph, Cornelius, Ludgardis, 
Webster, Homer, Mildred, Law- 
rence; Casesrville Rl Caseyville 
Sec2l T87a Fletcher, Nedam, Clay- 
ton (1880) 

Marxer, Wiliam J. (Louisa Eckert) 
Ch Claud; Millstadt Rl Millstadt 
Secl7 T80a Joseph Marxer (1878) 

Maschoff, August (Angelina Zuigg) 
Millstadt Rl Stookey Sec33 T80a 
Mrs. Caroline Zuigg (1884) 

Masserang, Jacob (Mary Hoefen) 
Ch Rosie, John, Joseph, William, 
♦Edward, ♦Maggie, ♦Jacob, ♦Kath- 
erine, ♦Lena, ♦Mary, ♦Matilda; 
Belleville R5 Stookey Sec25 Oll2a 
(1846) 

Masserang, William (Dorathea 
Etienne) Ch Irene, Everette, Alice, 
♦May; Centerville Station Rl 
Sugar Loaf Sec24 Tl20a F. Berg- 
hoefer (1870) 

Massmeyer, Stephen and Henry 
Annie, Alice, sisters; Mascoutah R3 
Fayetteville Sec6 Ol20a (1863) 
Looking-glass Tel. Fayetteville 

Matejke, Frank (Agnes Masa) Ch 
Bessie, Stanley, Annie, Frank, 
Rosie; Belleville R4 Stookey Seel* 
023^a (1909) 



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PRAIRIE FARMER^S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Mattern, George (Kclty Joergens) 
Ch Alt'hea, Harvey; Mascoutah Rl 
Engelmann Seel Tl60a John 
Mattern (1882) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Mattem, John (Elizabeth Krouth) 
Ch Catherine, Hannah, *Katy, 
♦Mary, ^Barbara, *George, * Joseph; 
Mascoutah Rl Engelmann S6c2 
O200a (1869) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Mattern, Joseph (Birdell E. Simons) 
Ch Aloyisus, Virgil, Eugene; 
Mascoutah Rl Mascoutah Sec36 
Tl20a John Mattern (1881) Look- 
ing-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Matzenbacher, Herman (Kulda 
Ausher) Ch Carl, Elizabeth, Selma; 
Marissa R2 Marissa Sec21 Tl67a 
Dorothy Kunze (1916) Short Lme 
Tel. Marissa 

Matzenbacher, Louis (Martha Hack- 
er) Ch Louise J.; Marissa Marissa 
Sec27 Tla Katharine Sauerwein 
(1916) 

Maul, Charles (Louisa Schate) Ch 
George, *Irene; New Athens R3 
Lenzburg Ola (1862) 

Maur, Herman (Augusta Nolt) Ch 
Henry, William, *Mary; New 
Athens R3 New Athens Sec27 O20a 
(1875) Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Maurath, Anthony ('Elizabeth Baird) 
Millstadt Rl Millstadt Sec4 042a 
(1865) 

Maurer, Ben (Mary Ries) iCh Ben T., 
William, Bertha, Philip, Agnes; 
Columbia R2 Millsta'dt SecSS 085a 
(1910) Fountain Tel. Waterloo 

Maurer, Fredrick (Amanda Gauch) 
Ch Leroy; New Athens Rl Prairie 
DuLong Sec23 George Cauch 
(1882) Farmers Line New Athens 

Maurer, John (Sophie Branden- 
bsrger) Ch Floyd, Fredielin; 
"South Slope Grain Farm" Free- 
burg Rl Prairie DuLong Secl2 
T80a Peter Brandenberger (1867) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Maurer, Philip (Caroline Branden- 
berger) Ch Irwin; New Athens Rl 
Prairie DuLong Sec23 TSOa Car-- 
oline Maurer (1863) Farmers Line 
Tel. New Athens 

Maurer, Phillip Jr. (Caroline Muel- 
ler) New Athens R2 Prairie Du 
Long Secl2 Ol62a (1852) Floraville 
Tel. Floraville 



Maurer, Mrs. PhiUip (iCaroline 
Hankey) Ch August, *Jacob, 
'Phillip, *John, *Louis, *Fred, 
♦Elizabeth, *Barbara, ♦Mary,*Kate; 
New Athens Rl Prairie DuLong 
Sec23 O230a (1856) Farmers Line 
Tel. New Athens 

Mayer, Louis Sr. (Louisa Quinn) Ch 
Werner, Clarence, Lawrence, Rob- 
ert, Louis Jr., Lucille; "White Oak 
Grain Farm" Belleville R2 Smith- 
ton Secl7 Ol48a (1874) Floraville 
Tel. Floraville 

McBride, T. Frank (Dora C. Coulter) 
Ch Lester, Melvin, Edith, Dor- 
othy,' Ada, *Ethel, *Minnie, 
♦Blanche, *Grace, *Florence; 
Marissa Rl Marissa Secl5 Tl20a 
Stewart Est. (1908) 

McBride, Tom Ch Ralph, James; 
MiUstadt Rl Millstadt Seel Ol32a 
McBride Est. (1883) Bell Tel. 
Belleville 

MoCurdy, Daniel S. Winifred M. 
Boyle, niece; Marissa R2 Marissa 
Sec29 O240a (1857) West Dozaw 
Tel. Marissa 

McGaugh, H. W. (Emma O. Clift) 
Ch Leslie J., Reva, ♦Lena, ♦Etta, 
♦Ruby; Marissa R2 Marissa Sec28 
Tl60a Albert Hamilton (1919) Ma- 
rissa and Baldwin Tel. Marissa 

Mclntyre, T. N. (Jennie Montroy) 
Marissa R3 Marissa Sec35 081j4a 
(1892) 

McKindley, Huse F. (Cordelia Euge) 
Ch Huse, ♦Ella, ♦Alma, ♦John; 
East Carondlelet Sugar Loaf Com- 
monfields Ola (1851) 

McLeod, Crit (Jane Jeflfers) Ch 
Harry, May, ♦Elmer; Mascoutah 
R2 Mascoutah Sec4 059a (1863) 
Mascoutah Tel. Mascoutah 

McLeod, Richard (LiUie Gelly) Ch 
Stella, Ellen, Delia, Viola, Robert, 
Ralph: Lebanon Rl Mascoutah 
Sec6 664a (1867) 

McMillan, W. S. (Sarah Brown) Ch 
♦Mary, ♦Maggie, ♦Randle; Marissa 
R3 Marissa Sec26 06a (1913) 
Finger Line Tel. Marissa 

Meckfessel, Arthur W. (Alvina 
Hauptmann) Belleville R3 St. Clair 
Sec5 T70a W. Schneffe (1881) 

Meckfessel, William H. (Annie Kom- 
brink) Ch Fred, Clara, Alvin, 
Henry, Mamie; Caseyville Rl 
Caseyville Sec29 Oll8a (1863) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Meder, Ludwig G. (Freda Haas) Ch 
Emily, Henry, Edward, Joseph, 
Mary, *Herman, *Anna; Freeburg 
R2 Freeburg SeclO Tl65a George 
Mueller (1910) Kinloch Tel. Mas- 
coutah 

Meek, Norton (Eva C. Gary) Gh 
Norton Jr., James G., William P.; 
"White Oak Farm" Marissa R3 
Marissa Sec35 O240a (1880) Ma- 
rissa Tel. Marissa 

Mees, Clemens Gh Margaret, Matilda, 
Amelia, Glemens, Josephine, 

Joseph; Case5rville Casey ville SecS 
T40a H. G. Warren (1878) 

Mehrmann, Jake (Louisa Stenzel) Gh 
Arthur, Emil, Clara, Edwin, Laur- 
ena, * Frieda; New Athens Prairie 
DuLong Secl9 Tl25a Charles 
Miller (1903) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Mehrtens, Herman (Christina Albert) 
Ch Raymond, Harold, Ardella; 
Millstadt R2 Millstadt SecSO TllOa 
Henry Albert (1911) Millstadt Tel. 
Millstadt 

Meier, Frank (Elizabeth Weber) Ch 
Armin, Anna; Freeburg Rl Prairie 
DuLong Sec2 TlOOa Phillip Keller 
(1892) Kinloch and Bell Tel. Free- 
burg 

Meier, Henry (Alwena Moelhebamp) 
Ch William, Alfred, Hilda, Harry, 
Raymond, *Adolph, *Webster, *Ida, 
♦Millie; Mascoutah R7 Mascoutah 
Secl9 Oll5a (1914) Looking-glass 
Prairie Tel. Mascoutah 

Meng, L. F. Freeburg Rl Prairie Du 
Long Seel Ol20a (1856) Kinloch 
Tel. Freeburg 

Mense, Henry (Anna Jannings) Ch 
Ella, John, Herman; Fayetteville 
R3 Fayetteville SecS 034J^a (1861) 

Merkel, Conrad (Margaret Gross) 
Freeburg R2 Freeburg Sec34 O40a 
(1851) Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 

Merkel, George (Sarah Stoneman) 
Ch Benjamin, Russell, Sherman, 
Flora; Freeburg R2 Freeburg 
Sec33 OlOOa (1858) Kinloch Tel. 
Freeburg 

Merod, Louis G. (Sophia Kinner- 
mister) Ch Rosa, Oscar, Harold, 
♦Edna; Belleville Rl Freeburg 
Sec3 Tl26a Henry Heberer (1869) 

Mertz, Christina (Becker) Ch Will- 
iam, Lucille, Elvin, Irene, Leonard, 
♦Sophia, ♦Edgar; Waterloo R3 
Millstadt SecllS OlOOa (1868) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 



Metter, Edward G. (Bonnilde Hau- 
ser) iCh Bernice; Columbia Rl 
Sugar Loaf Sec2 Tl20a Fred 
Metter (1886) 

Metter, Frederick Sr. (Louise Klein- 
schmidt) Gh William, Harry, Clara, 
♦Edward, ♦Yetta; Columbia Rl 
Sugar Loaf Sec2 0256a (1856) 

Metter, Mrs. Maria (Maria Doerr) 
Gh Charles, Albert, Rosena, Wal- 
ter, ♦Lena, *Matilda, ♦Emma, 
♦August, ♦William, ♦Minnie; 
Columbia Rl Sugar Loaf Sec2 093a 
(1860) Farmers Fountain Tel. Co- 
lumbia 

Metze, Henry (Maggie Cortmer) Gh 
Elmer, Hilda; New Athens R2 
Prairie DuLong SeclO 094a (1879) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Metzger, John C. (Emelia Optic) Ch 
Gustave, Milton, Esther, ♦Yetta, 
♦Rupes; Freeburg R3 Prairie Du 
Long Sec6 Ol78a (1879) Floraville 
Tel. Floraville 

Metzger, Joseph (Mary Weilbeacker) 
MUlstadt Rl Millstadt Sec3 O80a 
(1918) 

Metzger, Louis G. (Elizabeth Lant) 
iGh Katy, Henry, Eugene, Elmer, 
Oliver, Robert, ♦Ella, ♦Josephine, 
♦Frieda; Waterloo R3 Millstadt 
Secl2S O80a (1860) 

Meyer, Frank (Katie Loehr) Gh 
Celia, Marsel, Agatha; Trenton R2 
Mascoutah SeC3 093a (1879) North 
Grove Tel. Summerfield 

Meyer, Fred U. (Augusta Gamp- 
meyer) Gh Ed., ♦Mary, ♦Fred, 
♦Annie, ♦Henry, ♦Lena, ♦Minnie, 
♦Augusta, ♦Sophia, ♦Edward; 
Edgemont Sta. East St. Louis R4 
Caseyville Sec20 OllOa (1849) 

Meyer, Fred W. (Marie Luckner) Ch 
♦Ella, ♦Otto, ♦Mayme, ♦Louise, 
♦Cynthia, ♦William, ♦Julius; Leb- 
anon Rl O'Fallon Secll Tl58a 
Marie Meyer (1868) Kinloch Tel. 
Lebanon 

Meyer, George A. (Amalia C. Men- 
ken) Ch Walter, Frieda, Viola, El- 
vira; Mascoutah R2 Mascoutah 
SeclO Tl92a Louis Meyer (1880) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Meyer, Henry C. (Minnie Kombrink) 
Ch Arnold; Casejrville Ri Casey- 
ville Sec29 TlOOa Fred Meyer 
(1881) 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DURECTORY 



Meyer, Henry E. (Alice c. Kassing) 
Edgemont Sla. East St. Louis R4 

Canteen Sec24 T84a Mrs. Jordan 
(1880) 
Meyer, John G. (Elizabeth Siegel) 
Ch Louis, Cornelia, Emil. Elmer, 
Raymond; Troy Rl O'Fallon Sec2 
073a TllSi^a (1869) Kinloch Tel. 

Troy 

Meyer, John N. (Elizabeth Amsmg- 
er) Ch Carrie, Loreen, *John, *Em- 
ma *Anna, *Leona; Lebanon Rl 
O'Fallon Secll Tl72a Daniel 
Schmitt (1853) 

Meyer, Leo C. (Anna Bayer) Ch 
Fred, Leroy; "Elmwood Farm" 
Lebanon Lebanon Sec20 Tl3Ga 
George Bayer (1889) Kinloch Tel. 
Lebanon , • i . 

Meyer, Louis (Minnie Kerksieck) 
Ch Edward, Fred, Addie; Trenton 
R2 Mascoutah Sec3 Tl9a Markis 
Buitler (1917) 

Meyer, Louis W. iCh Walter, Arthur, 
A'dolph, *Rosa. *Ida; Centerville 
Station Rl Stookey Sec30 O220a 
(1858) Farmers Tel. Millstadt 

Meyer, Theodore (Lydia Schubert) 
Ch Lestor, Irene. Willie, Theodore 
Jr.- Millstadt Rl Millstadt Sec2 
01373 (1881) Millstadt Tel. Mill- 
stadt 

Meyer, William (Elizabeth Schoen- 
born) Ch John, Annie, Edna, Ed- 
mund, Arthur, * Anton, *Catharine; 
Marissa R2 Marissa SecSO O200a 
(1892) West Dozaw Tel. Marissa 

Meyers, Orrie (Grace Craiii) Ch 
Pearl, Maud; Mascoutah R3 Free- 
burg Sec36 Farm Manage- Eugene 
Eckert (1918) 

Mezel, John A. (Anne Spoon) Ch 
John, Jacob; New Athens R3 New 
Athens Sec34 Tl60a George Worth 
(1913) Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Middbndorf, Henry T. (Katy Bacher) 
iCh Bertha, Laura, Matilda, Malin- 
da, Walter, Edward, *Agnes, 
♦Henry; Mascoutah R3 Engelmann 
Sec31 T80a Mary Karch (1865) 
Looking-glass Tel. Fayetteviile 

Midlgley, Edward T. (Annie Smith) 
Ch Leroy, Earl, Eddie, *Hugo; 
Lebanon Rl Lebanon 0275a (1870) 
Kinloch Tel. Lebanon 

Midgley, Hugo J. (Mayme Schafer) 
Ch Merle, Lebanon Rl Lebanon 
Secl7 TlSOa Ed. Midgley (1896) 
Kinloch Tel. Lebanon 



Midgley, Ralph E. (Gussie Campe) 
Ch Jane; Lebanon Rl Lebanon 
Secl8 Tl65a H. an,d B. Horner 
(1892) 

Miles, Grant A. (Cora Grows) Ma- 
rissa R2 Lenzburg Sec36 TSOa 
Susan Miles Farmers Line Baldwin 

Miller, C. W. (Selda Kaiser) Belle- 
ville R2 Smithton Sec8 Tl05a 
George Kilian (1897) Bell Tel. 
Belleville 

MUler, Henry (Elizabeth Grab) Ch 
Odella, Lena, Ella; Millstadt R2 
Millstadt Secl8 O60a (1856) Mill- 
stadt Tel. Millstadt 

Miller, Joe A. Addie Miller, sister; 
"Cedar Hill Farm" BeUevUle R2 
Smithton Sec29 OlOla (1862) Flor- 
aville Tel. Floraville 

Miller, John C. (Cordelia Young) 
Freeburg Rl Freeburg Sec31 O350a 
(1884) Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 

Miller, Louis (Mary Tresch) iCh 
Henry T., Ben J.; New Athens Rl 
Prairie DuLong Sec39 067a (1860) 

Miller, Louis (Louisa Veile) Ch 
Louis Jr., Albert, William, Ella, 
Selma, Caroline, Adele, Flora; 
"Miller's Grove Farm" Belleville 
R2 Smithton Sec30 Ol60a (1854) 
Floraville Tel. 

Miller, Dr. L. T. (Margaret Blake) 
Ch *Russel, *May, *011ie; Cascy- 
ville Rl Caseyville Sec5 Ol75a 
(1866) 

Miller, Marcel A. (Hermenia Stiehl) 
Ch Roland, Lillian; Belleville Rl 
Freeburg Sec6 T225a Peter Miller 
(1870) Kinloch Tel. Belleville 

MUler, Peter Ch Ruth, Fern, ,Hazel, 
Compton, *Marcel, *Estella; Belle- 
ville Rl Freeburg Sec6 0225a 
(1840) 

Miller, Philip L. Ch Philip Jr., 
George, Edward, Ledia, Cora, 
♦Bertha. *Emma. *Katy, ♦Aman- 
da; Millstadt Rl Millstadt Secl7 
O200a (1852) Millstadt Tel. Mill- 
stadt 

Miller, Wiimer T. (Nora Thomas) 
"Turkey Hill Farm" Belleville Rl 
Smithton Seel T225a William J. 
Miller (1882) Kinloch Tel. Belle- 
ville 

Miner, William C. Ch ♦Milton. ♦Will- 
iam, ♦Lorene, ♦Mamie; Eidgemont 
Sta. East St Louis RS Canteen 
Secl4 Tll2a Eddy Miller (1889) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



MitcheU, Fred A. (Ada M. Snyder) 
Ch Grace; Belleville R5 Stookey 
Sec24 OlOOa (1877) Kinloch Tel. 
Belleville 

Mittelstetter, Philip (Bertha Mueller) 
Ch Walter, Alfred, Luella, Eleanor; 
Millstadt R2 Millstadt Sec6 T85a 
Henry Schutz (1873) Millstadt 
Tel. Millstadt 

Moehlemkamp, William (Emma 
Hohlt) Ch Ervin, Adella, Emma, 
Arthur, William; Mascoutah R2 
Mascoutah Secl9 Tl25a Marie 
Schwalb (1887) Looking-glass 
Prairie Tel. Mascoutah 

Mbeller, William (Wilhelmina Char- 
der) Ch Theodore, Arthu-, Alvin, 
Lulu, *Martin, *William, *Ernest, 
♦Conrad, *Regina, *Frieda; Lenz- 
burg Rl Fayetteville Sec28 Ol52a 
(1905) Pleasant Ridge Tel. Darm- 
stadt 

Moergen, Jacob J. (Anna Niemann) 
Ch Irvin, Albert, Armin, Ferdin- 
and, Viola; O'Fallon R2 Casey ville 
Sec24 Tl48a Walter Beedle (1864) 
Kinloch Tel. O'Fallon 

Mohr, Ernest J. (Bertha Siebel) Ch 
Ella, Irma, Eugene; Freeburg R2 
Freeburg Secl4 T200a William H. 
Funk (1862) Kinloch Tel. Mas- 
coutah 

Mohr, Katy (Dehn) Millstadt R2 
Millstadt Sec24-25 O60a (1859) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Menken, Albert H. O'Fallon Rl 

Shiloh Valley Sec4 T75a George 
Monken (1889) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Monken, Arnold W. (Lola P. How- 
ard) Ch Leaocia, Irene; Trenton 
R2 Mascoutah Sec3 T236a Arthur 
Hecker North Grove Tel. Summer- 
field 

Monken, Earl G. (Ellen McLeod) 
Ch Velma, Myrtle; Summerfield 
Lebanon Sec33 Tl30a Oscar Weil 
(1885) 

Monken, John L. (Louisa Reiter- 

man) Ch Omer, Vera, Violet, 

Louise, Wella, John; Trenton R3 

Lebanon Secl2 Ol60a (1886) North 

Grove Tel. Summerfield 

Monken, Joseph V. Jr. (Nellie 
Perschbacher) Ch Odelia; Lebanon 
Rl Lebanon Sec29 T210a Moore 
Daughters (1883) North Grove Tel. 
Summerfield 



Moore, Atlas R. (Louise Leming) 
Marissa R2 Lenzburg Sec27 QioOa 
(1849) 

Moorhouse, William Casey ville Rl 
Caseyville Sec8 Tl20a John 
O'Fallon (1866) 

Morearty, Michael J. Waterloo R3 
Millstadt Sec9S O40a (1894) 

Mosbacher, John B. (Anna Eich- 
oholcy) Millstadt Rl M-Jlstadt 
Secl4 Tl20a Ben Suter (1914) 

Moutine, Elenore (Antoine) Ch Rosa, 
Joseph, Ruth, Alexis, ♦Addeal, 
♦Jessie, *Leonard, *Ednta; EA^e- 
mont Sta. East St. Louis Rl Cen- 
terville Cahokia Commonfields 
T30a Mausenda Cement Works 
(1883) 

Moutine, Ferdinand G. (Ursla Touch- 
ette) Ch Judick, Harry, *Ferdinand, 
♦Myrtlte, *May, *Addie; Edgemont 
Sta. E^st St Louis Rl Centerville 
Cahokia CommonfieWs T24a 
Mausenda Factory (1887) 

Mowe, William (Kate Schmidt) Ch 
John, *Kate, *Stella; Caseyville Rl 
Caseyville Sec3 025a (1862) Kin- 
loch Tel. Collinsville 
Mozer, Joseph (Odelia Fluff) Ch 
Gregory, Norman; Edgemont Sta. 
East St Louis R4 East St. Louis 
Sec26 T30a Omelia Moyer (1882) 
Muck, Christ (Nellie iCurran) Ch 
Joseph, Raymond, Mary, Magde- 
lene; Lebanon R2 O'Fallon Sec22 
Ol38a (1871) 

Muck, George (Anna Harms) Ch 
Bernice, *Ione, *Lucile, *Mayme, 
♦Grace, *Bernice, ♦Myrtle; Leb- 
anon Sec32 OlOOa (1854) 

Muehlhauser, George Jr. (Lena Bul- 
ler) Ch George; Mascoutah R3 
Engelmann Sec8 Tl20a George 
Miuehlhauser Sr. (1879) Looking- 
glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Muehlhauser, Otto (Amelia Richter) 
Ch Mildred; Mascoutah R3 Engel- 
mann Sec8 Tl20a George Muehl- 
hauser (1874) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Mueller, Adblph G. (Ella Weil) Ch 
Pearl, Lester, Wilbur; Belleville 
R6 Shiloh Valley Secll Tl23a J. 
R. Haughwont (1885) 

Mueller, Albert C. (Carrie Walter) 
iCh Elvira, Luetta, Clifford- Belle- 
ville R6 Shiloh Valley Secll Tl72a 
Nick Poirat (1875) Kinloch Tel. 
O'Fallon 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Mueller, Anton J. (Agnes Kraus) Ch 
August John; Belleville Rl St. 
Clair Sec35 Ol34a (1863) 

Mueller, Arthur P. (Carrie Garbs) 
Ch Walter; Mascoutah R2 Mas- 
coutah Secl7 T80a Fred Mueller 
(1895) Looking-glass Tel. Mas- 
coutah 

Mueller, Arthur P. (Ida Muskopf) 
Ch Myron, Clynle, Earl, Frederick; 
Millstadt R2 Millstadt Sec24 TSOa 
Joseph Deckert (1883) FloraviUe 
Tel. FloraviUe 

Mueller, Carl F. (Mary E. Denser) 
iCh Louise; Lenzburg Rl Marissa 
Sec8 031a (1916) 

Mueller, Charlie (Katie Forcade) Ch 
Lulu; "Hickory Grove Farm" 
Freeburg Rl Prairie DuLong Sec2 
Ol20a (1864) FloraviUe Tel. Flora- 
viUe 

Mueller, Edward V. (Emma M. Rem- 
elins) Ch Arthur P., Olivia E., Ed- 
ward J.; Millstadt Rl Millstadt 
Sec3 Ol68a (1884) Millstadt Tel. 
Millstadt 

Mueller, Emelia Ch Louis, ♦William, 
♦Emil-a, *George, *John, *Herman, 
*Orellia, *Hilda, *Edn-a; Millstadt 
R2 Sugar Loaf Sec24 OlOOa (1854) 
Farmers Tel. Millstadt 

Mueller, Fred A. (Louisa Guckes) Ch 
Meta, Armilda, Frederick; MUl- 
stadt R2 M'llstadt Sec23 OlOOa 
(1881) FloraviUe Tel. FloraviUe 

Mueller, Fred C. (Louise Keck) Ch 
Hilda. Elmer, Clarence. Raymond; 
Belleville R5 Stookey Scc33 OSOa 
(1859) Farmers Tel. Millstadt 

Mueller, George A. (Mabel Wittmer) 
Ch Berneda, Walter; O'Fallon Rl 
O'FaMon Secl7 Tl5a George Klein 
(1913) 

Mueller, George A, (Katy Lang) Ch 
Arthur, Erwin, Irene, Willard, 
♦Lydia. *01inda; MiUstadt R2 Mill- 
stadt Sec8 Ol20a (1861) Millstadt 
Tel. Millstadt 

Mueller, George Ch Charlie, Emil, 
♦Julius, ♦Walter, ♦Anna; Freeburg 
R2 Freeburg Sec23 O560a (1851) 
Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 

Mueller, George (Cecelia Hoffmann) 
Ch Cordelia, Alfred, Helinda, Lor- 
ena; Millstadt Rl Millstadt Seel 
TllOa William Mueller (1872) Mill- 
stadt Tel. Millstadt 



Mueller, George F. (Ella Brenner) 
Ch Lillian, Raymond; Millstadt R2 
Sugar Loaf Sec24 TlOOa Mrs. 
Amelia Mueller (1879) Farmers 
Tel. Millstadt 

Mueller, George F. (Edna Schwebel) 
Ch Raymond, Mellena; New Athens 
R2 Prairie DuLong Sec25 Tl31a 
August Barthel (1919) Farmers 
Line Tel. New Athens 

Mueller, Henry (Lina Reinnick) Ch 
George, Mayme, ♦Elizabeth; Belle- 
ville Rl Freeburg Sec5 096a (1864) 
Bell Tel. Belleville 

Mueller, Miss Ida East Carondelet 
Rl Sugar Loaf Ol6a (1860) 

Mueller, Jacob W. (Anna Meyer) Ch 
William, Theodore, Frieda, Aman- 
da, Adolph; 'Mueller Farm" Belle- 
ville R5 Stookey Sec28 T80a Louisa 
Meyer (1865) Farmers Tel. Mill-- 
stadt 

Mueller, John (Katie Dyroflf) Ch 
Albert, Esther, Clarence; Center- 
vUle Station Rl Stookey Sec20 
0228a (1875) Farmers Tel. Mill- 
stadt 

Mueller, John Ch Albert, Henry, Ben, 
Frank, Emma, ♦Tillie; Marissa R3 
Marissa Sec25 (1867) Black Jack 
Tel. Marissa 

Mueller, John E. (Frieda Gundlach) 
Ch Melvin; Belleville R2 Smithton 
Sees Tl80a Mr. Elmer Gundlach 
Bell Tel. Belleville 

Mueller, John P. (Anna C. Lischer) 
Ch Philip. Dora. ♦George F., 
♦Walter; Mascoutah Rl Mascoutah 
Sec33 Tl27a L. and A. Leirock 
(1877) Looking-glass Tel. Mas- 
coutah 

Mueller, Joseph D. (Hilda A. Munier) 
Ch Joseph Jr.. Bernice; BellevUle 
R2 Smithton SecD T220a John F. 
Mueller (1883) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Mueller, Julius (Ermina Harr^mann) 
Ch Walter, Mildred, Harold. Am- 
anda; Belleville R6 Shiloh Valley 
Secls TlOOa Mrs. E. Brown (1877) 
Bell Tel. Belleville 

Mueller, Nicholas Ch Fred, Hilda, 
Olga, Sylvia, ♦Lulu; Marissa Rl 
Marissa Sec24 O308a (1873) 

Mueller, Oliver J. (Lula Weible) 
Ch Raymond. Erma; Millstadt R2 
Millstadt Sec21 TSOa P. Mueller 
(1885) FloraviUe Tel. FloraviUe 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Mueller, Oscar G. (Mary I. Cameron) 
Ch Oscar; Columbia Rl Sugar 
Loaf Sec34 QliOa (1S57) Kinloch 
Tel. Columbia 

Mueller, Philip T. (Lena Stolbter) 
Florence, Lola, Raymond, Ru- 
dolph, *Adella, *Helen, *Ida, *A1- 
fred, *Thomas; Millstadt Rl Mill- 
stadt Seen QlOa (1865) Mill- 
stadt Tel. Millstadt 

Mueller, Theodore (Maggie Muskopf) 
Ch Anita, Florence, Clarence; 
Millstadt Ra Millstadt Sec2l OeOa 
(1878) Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Mueller, Walter F. (Hilda Weaver) 
Ch Mildred; Freeburg R2 Free- 
burg Sec34 T200a Chris Mueller 
(1891) Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 

MueUer, WiUiam Ch Louis, Emma, 
♦George; Columbia Rl Sugar Loaf 
Secl4 O200a (183S) Kinloch Tel. 
Columbia 

Mueth, Catherine Ch Louisa, Joseph, 
August, Bertha, George, *Barbara, 
♦Frances, *Conrad; "Alfalfa Dale 
Dairy Farm" New Athens R2 
Prairie DuLong Sec22 Ol07a 
(1867) 'Farmers Line Tel. Hecker 

Mueth, Charles (Maggie NeflF) Ch 
Edavard, Lena, Emil, Arthur, Tilly, 
Alma, Erwin, Ophelia, Charles, 
♦Mary; Mascoutah R3 Engeltnann 
Sec7 T200a Hugo Herold (1871) 
Kinloch Tel. Mascoutah 

Mueth, Charles A. (Mary Mueth) Ch 
Anna, Amanda, Johnny; Waterloo 
R3 Millstadt SeclSS T80a John 
Mueth (1877) Floraville Tel. Flora- 
ville 

Mueth, Louis (Veronica Klein) Ch 
Katy, Anna, John, Mary, Mike, 
Joseph, ♦Gertrude; Waterloo R3 
Millstadt SeciaS Ol20a (1867) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Mugele, John (Bena Emig) Ch 
Amanda E., ♦Arthur; Trenton R2 
Mascoutah Seel OlOOa (1890) 

Mrnnme, Theodore (Mary Sandhen- 
rich) Ch (^orge; Fayetteville R3 
Fayetteville Sec9 Ol70a (1876) 
Looking glass Prairie Tel. Fay- 
etteville 



Munie, George J. (Lena Dammrich) 
Ch Florine, Oscar, George, Mabel, 
Leona, Myrtle, Dell, Theresa, Ed- 
gar, Larsella, Willard, ♦Jerome; 
O'Fallon R2 Caseyville Sec26 T200a 
James Thomas (1866) 

Munier,, Baptist J. (Kate Hock) 
Ch Joseph, Cecelia, Harry, Macella; 
Freeburg Rl Smithton Sec23 Ol20a 
(1877) Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 

Munier, Louis (Lena Nehring) Ch 
Martha, Helen, Joseph, Baptist, 
Louis Jr., John, Anton, Olive, Lor- 
etta, Peter; Freeburg R3 Smithton 
Sec27 Ol20a (1868) 

Murray, Harry W. (Ida Stout) Ch 
♦Roy; Belleville R3 Stookey Secl2 
O30a (1918) 

Muren. John L. (Matilda Busch) 
Ch Alois, Lee, Rose, Bell, Henry, 
♦Albert, ♦Norbert, ♦Joseph; 

"Muren Poultry Farm" Belleville 
Re St. Clair Secl4 045a (1850) Bell 
Tel. Belleville 

Muser, Michael and Stephen Mar- 
garet Muser, housekeeper; Ma- 
rissa R2 Marissa Sec9 0215a (1867) 
Hickory Grove Tel. Marissa 

Muskopf, Alfred J. (Olga Prost) 
Millstadt Rl Millstadt Secl3 079^a 
(1890) Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Muskopf, Charles J. (Bertha Vogt) 
Ch Levi, Edgar, Percy; Waterloo 
R3 Millstadt Sec33 TlOOa Peter 
Muskopf (1877) Floraville Tel. 
Floraville 

Muskopf, Fritz (Katharine Fi'dler) 
Ch Dan, Alvin, John, Otto, Al- 
fred, Walter, Christina, ♦Mena, 
♦Katharine, ♦Maggie, ♦Ida, ♦.A.nna; 
Millstadt R2 Millstadt Sec24 0225a 
(1843) Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Muskopf, John C. (Emma Rodemich) 
Ch Elva, Irene, Harold; Millstadt 
R2 Millstadt Sec22 O40a (1871) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Muskopf, Louis (Mei.a Kleinschmidt) 
Ch Cora, Elsie, Ella, Edgar; Mill- 
stadt Rl Millstadt Sec9 OllOa 
(1871) Millstadt Tel. Millstadt 

Muskopf, Peter G. (Pauline Lang) 
Ch Rosa, Victor, Florence, Forest, 
Lavane, ♦Mabel, ♦Clarence; Mill- 
sudt R2 Millstadt Sec34 OSOa 
(1876) Floraville Tel. Floraville 



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Muskopf, Philip (Addie Wagner) Ch 
Dewey, Leroy, Manila, Roland, 
Pearl, Dorothy; Millstadt R2 Mill- 
stadt Sec26 OlOOa (1874) Floraville 
Tel. Floraville 

Muskopf, Walter G. Millstadt Rl 
Millstadt Secl3 OSOa (1888) 



Muskopf, Walter H. (Ella Eckert) 
Ch ErdeJla, Evelyn, Floyd; Mijl- 
stadt R2 Millstadt Sec27 Tl80a 
Mary Muskopf (1887) Floraville 
Tel. Floraville 

Myerscough Bros. New Athens Rl 
New Athens Secl6 TSOOa Edward 
Josephs (1884) 



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Nadean, John B. (Philipina Ruhann) 
Ch John; Centerville Station Rl 
Stookey Sec30 T70a H. Hanrad 
(1863) -Farmers Tel. Millstadt 

Neff, Ben J. (Margaret Handrick) 
Ch Stephen, Katie, Martha, Minnie, 
Edwin, Lorena, Eugene, Sylvester; 
New Athens R2 Prarie DuLong 
Sec20 OlOOa (1879) Floraville Tel. 
Floraville 

Neff, Mrs. Catherine Ch Peter, 
George, Christine, Appalansia, 
♦Margaret, *Frances, *Ida, ♦Clara; 
Freeburg R3 Prairie DuLong Secl7 
O340a (1860) Floraville Tel. Flora- 
ville 

Neff, Conrad (Louise Mueth) Ch 
August C, Elizabeth, Hilda, Tillie, 
Josephine, Edward; New Atihens 
R2 Prairie DuLong Sec22 Tl75a 
Mr. August Mueth (1874) 

Neff, Ignatius (Lizzie Schilling) Ch 
Canutus, Bernice, Alonzo; "iCedar 
Grove Stock and Grain Farm" 
New Athens R2 Prairie DuLong 
SecBO Ol50a (1887) Farmers Tel. 
Hecker 

Neff, Jacob (Theresia Grossheim) Ch 
Eliza, Fred; "Neff Stock and Grain 
Farm"' New Athens R2 Prairie Du 
Long Sec:?0 O90a (1S69) Farm.ers 
Tel. Hecker 

NeUl, John P. (Ada Powell) Ch John. 
♦Julian, *Clifford; O'Fallon R2 
Caseyville Sec35 09a (1883) Kin- 
loch Tel. Belleville 

Nekaizyk, Frank (Augusta Ljramus- 
ki) Ch Frank, Ewalt, Herman; 
Mascoutah R3 Engelmann Sec32 
T40a Louis Shoemaker (1913) 

Nelson, William Asley E. Nelson 
sister; Marissa R3 Marissa Sec34 
O50a (1856) City Line Tel. Ma- 
rissa 



Neu, John (Mary E. Wolz) Ch 
Phillip, John, Ervin, Theodore; 
Edgemont Sta. East St Louis R4 
East St. Louis Sec26 Ol2a (1857) 
Bell Tel. East St. Louis 

Neuner, William C. (Leroy Fournie) 
Ch Elmer, .A.lvin; Casejrville Rl 
Caseyville Sec28 TlOSa Richard 
Becker (1893) 

Newa, Leonard (Maggie Frazier) Ch 
Ethel, Thelma, Georgia, Margaret, 
Mildred, Leonard, Ralph; Mascou- 
tah Rl Engelmann Secll Tl20a 
Emil Weaver (1872) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Nichols, Stephen (.A.nna Behrens) Ch 
Lyman, ♦Walter; "Plain View 
Farm" Lebanon Rl Lebanon Sec7 
063a U869) Kinloch Tel. Lebanon 

Nicol, Rudolph (Minnie Oster) Ch 
Erwin, Rudolph, Catherine; Mas- 
coutah R3 Engelmann Sec32 OSOa 
(1872) Looking-glass Tel. Fayette- 
ville 

Niemeyer, Aug^ust Lebanon Rl Leb- 
anon Sec30 Ol20a (1807) Kinloch 
Tel. Lebanon 

Nies, Henry D. (Caroline D'ntle- 
mann) Ch Freda, Daniel, Helen; 
Trenton R2 Lebanon SeclS TlSOa 
Mrs. Dan Nies (1S69) North Grove 
Tel. Summerfield 

Nies, WUliam (Nicol) Ch Erna Mas- 
coutah R3 Engelmann Sec20 T80a 
Engelmann Est. (1882) Looking- 
glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Ninness, Ernest R. (Iva May Jones) 
Ch Chauncy, Cecil, Edith. Wood- 
row, Neva; "Indian Lake Farm" 
East St. Louis Stites Sec5 T622J4 
Charles McClark (1903) 

Noerper, Albert J. (Elizabeth For- 
beck) Millstadt Rl Millstadt Seel5 
T92i^a Jacob Noerper (1871) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Nocthen John (Agnes Hillenbrand) 
Ch Anna, Louise, Elizabeth, John, 
Lawrence; E^t Carondelet Rl 
Sugar Loaf Commonfiel'ds T255a 
Mrs. E. Foster (1910) 

Nollmann Henry F. (Louisa Bohley) 
Ch Berthold, Oscar, Roland, Hilda. 
Ophelia, Seloma; Millstadt Rl Mill- 
stadt Sec2l OlOOa (1905) Millstadt 
TeL Millsta'dt 

Nolte, Philip (Emma Metter) Ch 
Robert, Martha, Irving, George; 
East Carondolet Rl Sugar Loaf 
Sec27 T40a Mrs. Margaret Nolte 
(1886) Farmers Tel. Columbia 

North, Edgar A. (Florence Campe) 
Ch Gene; Lebanon Rl Lebanon 
Sec5 Tl47a Samuel North (1895) 
Kinloch Tel. Lebanon 

North, Samuel D. (Ida M-dgley) Ch 
♦Jessie, *E'dgar; Lebanon Rl Leb- 
anon Sees 0274a (1875) 

Nowak, John W. (Lena Bettis) Ch 
Joseph; East Carondolet Sugar 
Loaf Tl40a Fred Engelke (1888) 
Nungesser, Justes 
Mascoutah Sec24 
Looking-glass Tel. 



Nowotny, Charles (Rosa Rcichert) 
Ch Edna. Malinda. Matilda; Belle- 
ville R5 Stookey Sec26 Tll8«^a 
Emily Nowotny (1885) 

Nuemberger, George H. (Anna Junk) 
Ch Herman, Otto, Wilber, Vir- 
ginia; "Oak Hill Stock Farm" New 
Athens R3 New Athens Sec2 0424a 
(1879) Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Nuemberger, Louis G. (Rosa Ken- 
ewetz) Ch Lena, Louis, George, 
Etta. Dela. Tilla, Ted, William, 
Richard; "Dutch Hill Farm" Hew 
Athens R3 Lenzburg ScclO 0295a 
(1867) Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Nuemberger, Philip J. (Mary Junk) 
Ch Philip, Silas C, Russel H., 
Franklin G.. Hadley. Irvin E., ♦Lo- 
gan J.; "Waverly Grain Farm" 
Lenzburg Lenzburg Seel 0545a 
(1871) Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Nungesser, George (Sopha Johnson) 
Ch Mamie, Elsie; Mascoutah R2 
Mascoutah Sec24 Ol60a (1870) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Mascoutah Rl 

Ol20a (1877) 
Mascoutah 



o 



Obal, Joseph Belleville R3 Casey- 
ville Sec34 O30a (1905) 

Obemagel, Fred W. Freeburg ,R2 

Freeburg Secl7 O€0a (1877) Kin- 
loch Tel. Freeburg 

Obemagel, Mrs. Fred W. (Helena, 
Hinen) Ch Mike, Petert", Adolph, 
George, *WiHiam, *Mary, *Lena. 
♦Louisa; Freeburg R2 Freeburg 
Sec9 O320a (l851) Kinloch Tel. 
Freeburg 

Obemuefemann, Dave F. (Ida Bug- 
ger) Ch Henry, Odellia. Earl. 
Berny; O'Fallon R2 Casey ville 
SeclS Ol42a (1884) Kinloch Tel. 
O'Fallon 

Obemuefemann, Joseph (Mary Becht- 
loflFt) Ch Esther. Marie, Joseph. 
Jerome; 0*Fallor» Rl Casey ville 
Sec 14 Tl25a Henry Obemuefe- 
mann (1876) Kinloch Tel. O'Fallon 



Obemuefemann, Mike (Annie Fausz) 
Ch Michael, Lucille; "Maple Grove 
Farm" O'Fallon R2 Caseyville 
Sec25 Tll7a James Porter (1884) 
Kinloch Tel. O'Fallon 

Ochs, Harry (Margaret Herman) Ch 
Baby; Lebanon R2 O'Fallon Sec34 
T87a Rudolph Ochs (1888) 

Odle, George (Ada White) Ch Fin- 
ido, William, George, ♦Kenneth; 
"Brooks Farm" Edgemont Sta. 
East St Louis R2 Canteen Sec2 
T62a W. S. Tippett (1902) 

Ogle, Albert W. (Louise Kanauer) 
Ch Albert. George, Wallace. Docia, 
♦Ha; O'FaUon O'Fallon Sec30 
Oll4a (1849) 

Ohlendorf, Fred (Mary Schwab) Ch 
Otto, - Harvey, Katie. Eliza. Mary. 
Norma, Erma. ♦Bertha; Belleville 
R2 Smithton Sec30 Ol80a (1867) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Ohlendorf, Fred (Elizabeth Hage- 
man) Ch Albert, Helen, Loretta; 
O'Fallon R2 O'Fallon Sec7 Tl20a 
Henry Meckfessel (1913) 

Ohlendorf, John (Helen Beuchly) 
iCh Waller, Leonard, Laura, Hulda; 
Belleville R4 Shiloh Valley Secl9 
Tll2a Bell Tel. Belleville 

Ohlendorf Louis (Mary Florrick) Ch 
Elsie, Alice, Dena, Lillian; Free- 
burg R3 Smithton Secl4 Tl35a 
Henry Schmeryer (1917) Kinloch 
Tel. Freeburg 

Ohlendorf, Victor (Louisa Keck) 
Ch Clarence, Edna, Roy, Elvara, 
Margaret, Victor Jr.; Mascoutah 
R3 Engelmann Sec22 O240a (1909) 
Tel. Looking-glass 

Oliver, John H. (Pinkey Drake) Ch 
Etta May, Alice, *James; Centerville 
R2 Centerville Secl9 T90a Charles 
Allbeade (1914) 

Orlet, Andrew (Anna Neubig) Ch 
George, Joseph, Anna, Jacob, Leo, 
Isadore; Waterloo R3 Millstadt 
Sec24S 095a (1897) 

Orlet, George (Amala Wilhelm) 
Mascoutah R2 Mascoutah Secl9 
TiaOa Marie E. Schwab (1886) 
Looking-glass Prairie Tel. Mascou- 
tah 

Orth, Henry (Anna Winter) Ch Wil- 
liam; Lenzburg Lenzburg SeclS 
Ol40a (1877) Farmers Tel. New 
Athens 

Orth, John (Barbara Gegel) Ch Wal- 
ter, Arthur: Marissa R2 Lenzburg 
Sec25 Ol52a Tl40a Christina Orth 
(1870) Farmers Tel. Riston 

Ozee, Walter E. 
Clarence, Verti 
Louis Centervi 
monfields Ol2a 



Osick, Frederick G. (Ella Hoepfinger) 
Ch Lloyd; MiUstadt R2 Sugar Loaf 
SeclS TllOa Charles Diehl (1892) 
Farmers Tel. Columbia 

Osick, John ('Caroline Wedler) Ch 
Mildred, Clarence; LeRoy; East 
Carondolet Rl Sugar Loaf Sec22 
T70a Henry Osick (1886) Farmers 
Tel. Columbia 

Osick. William H. (Lora Veit) MiU- 
stadt Rl Millstadt Secl7 T80a 
Christina Doerr (1890) Millstadt 
Tel. Millstadt 

Ott, Charles (Mary Hofmeister) Ch 
Flora, George, Sophia, Mary, Alice, 
Edith, Lucrle; Mascoutah Mascou- 
tah Sec29 T20a A. Mott (1858) 
Looking-glass Prairie Tel. Mascou- 
tah 

Otten, Henry (Katherine Burg) Ch 
Edward, Hilda, Joseph, Fred, Al- 
vin, Lydia; Centerville Station Rl 
Stookey Secl9 083a (1877) Farm- 
ers Tel. Millstadt 

Otto, Louis Ch Carrie, Samuel, Louis; 
Trenton R2 Lebanon Sec35 TlOOa 
Anna Weil (1864) 

Culvey, Charles J. (Elizabeth Thouve- 
not) iCh Lorraine, Eugene, Camille; 
Belleville R3 Caseyville Sec27 096a 
(1879) 

Oulvey,, Louis (Amelia E. Th-lt) Ch 
Amelia; Eidgemont Sta. East St 
Louis R4 Canteen Secl5 Ol07a 
(1858) 

Ovelgoenner, Henry C. (Matilda 
Niebruegge) Ch Alvin, Velma,. Mil- 
dred; Caseyville Rl Caseyville 
Sec20 096a (1880) 

(Nellie Hale) iCh 
s, John; East St 
lie Cahokia Com- 
(1917) 



Padfield, Charles H. (Angeline Ma- 
son) Ch Henry, Bessie; Lebanon 
Rl Mascoutah Sec6 TlOOa J. John- 
son (1864) Looking-glass Tel, Mas- 
coutah 

Pagenkemper, August (Emma Schnei- 
der) Ch Flora, Harry, Edna, Ida', 
August Jr.; Fayetteville R3 Fay- 
etteville Sec9. Tl54a Ben . Vahl- 
kamp (1878) Looking-glass Prairie 
Tel. Fayetteville 



Pannier, Ben (Minnie Welker) Ch 
Clifford; Noy, Freeburg R2 Free- 
burg Secll TlGOa Charles Funk 
(1887) Kinloch Tel. Mascoutah 

Pannier, Herman (Bertha Schicke- 
danz) Maggie Pannier, mother; 
Maggie, sister ;. Marissa Rl Marissa 
Secl4 Tl83a Maggie Pannier (1897) 
East Darmstadt Tel. Marissa 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Pannier, Otto (Augusta Badelmeier) 
Ch Otto Jr., Elmer, Augusta, 
*Ad'elia; Lenzburg Rl FayetteviUe 
Sec2i Ol27a (1873) Pleasant Ridge 
Tel. Darmstadt 
Pannier, Peter (Katie Schickedanz) 
Ch Henry, Peter Jr., Alfred; Lenz- 
burg Rl Marissa Sec9 Ol46a (187()) 
Hickory Grove Tel. Marissa 
Parker, James (Anna Carter) Ch Al- 
phonsus, Clarence, Clements, 
*George, *Mary, *Albert, *Mar- 
garet, *Edward; "Mound Stock and 
Grain Farm" New Athens R2 
Prairie DuLong Sec33 OlOOa (1849) 
Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Patterson, Frank W, (Blanche Be- 
gole) Ch Lela, Marie, Sarah; Cas- 
eyville Rl Caseyville Sec3 0292a 
(1906) 

Patton, John L. (Frances McDonald) 
Ch Beulah, Murray J., *Anna, *Ida, 
♦Jane, *Lottie, *Rhoda,*Lizzie,'*Ed- 
na, *Jacob, *Raymond, *Stephen, 
♦William; Lenzburg Rl Lenzburg 
Sec3l 0237a (1863) Farmers Tel, 
New Athens 

Pauketat, Charlie (Mary Triburg) Ch 
Elizabeth, Mary, Minnie, Elsie, 
Charles; Mascoutah R2 Mascoutah 
Secig T2a Marie E. Schwalb (1889) 
Looking-glass Prairie Tel. Mascou- 
tah 

Paule, Christ J. (Anna Funk) Ch 
Merle, Leland; Belleville Rl Smith- 
ton Seel Tla Grange Hall (1870) 

Pauli, John Ch Adolph, Gottlieb, Del- 
la, Alonzo, Hanna, Kate, *Ben, 
♦Chris, *Louise, Freeburg R2 Free- 
burg Sec9 Ol06a (1852) 

Pausch, John (Elizabeth Hoffmann) 
Ch John, Edward, Francis; O'Fal- 
lon R2 Caseyville Secll Ol30a 
(1848) Kinloch Tel. Collinsville 

Peel, William (Alice Ebert) Ch Mar- 
tha; O'Fallon Rl O'Fallon Sec21 
O60a (1899) 

Pellmann, Emil G. (Carrie Vollmer) 
Ch Stella, Raymond, Elmer; Belle- 
ville R2 St. iClair Sec32 T85a George 
J. Muskaps (1887) 

Pellmann, Gustave H. (Augusta 
Lydia) Ch Christina, Frederick, 
Herman L.; Millstadt Rl Millstadt 
Seclg 021i^a (1890) 

Pencak, Joseph (Mary Verzal) Ch 
Anna, Joe, Frank; Edgemont Sta. 
East St. Louis R3 Canteen Secl4 
T79a Leo Camimann (1903) 



Perrin, George F. Mascoutah R2 
■Mascoutah Sec5 Ol35a (1883) Mas- 
coutah Tel. Mascoutah 
Perrottet, Charles (Mary L. Eipen- 
scheid) Ch May, Louis, Leroy; 
Belleville R6 Shiloh Valley Sec27 
Tl60a Mrs. Mary Perrottet (1877) 
Kinloch Tel. Mascoutah 
Perschbacher, Charles (Johanna 
Eckert) iCh Clara, Emil, Delmar; 
Marissa R2 Marissa Sec4 Ol60a 
(1873) Hickory Grove Tel. Ma- 
rissa 
Perschbacher, William (Mary Seipp) 
Ch Arthur, Oscar, Oswald, Elmer, 
Lauretta, *WilIiam, *Walter; Leb- 
anon R2 O'Fallon Sec35 Tl30a 
Koehler and Reiss (1862) 
Peter, Henry V. (Minnie Keller) Ch 
Elvira, Marian, Rodney, Elsa, 
Martha, Warren; Centerville Sta- 
tion Rl Stookey Sec29 Ol20a 
(1871) Farmers Tel. Millstadt 
Peters, Henry (Dora Hirstein) Ch 
Evelyn; Trenton R2 Mascoutah 
Seel Tl40a 'Mrs. Nick Kruger 
(1915) Kinloch Tel. New Baden 
Peters, Joseph O. (Olivia Haas) Ch 
Ruby; Lebanon R2 O'Fallon Sec25 
T380a C. J. Pfeffer (1893) 
Peters, Theodore (Mary Persch- 
bacher) Ch Pearl, Laverne, Arnold; 
Summerfield Lebanon Sec34 T65a 
Theodore Peters Sr. (1890) 
Petri, Alex Lenzburg Marissa Sec7 

T229a William H. Peri (1890) 
Petri, George (Maggie Gaubatz) Ch 
Mary, Nettie, Olga, Maggie, Neta, 
Conrad, George Jr.; Lenzburg Rl 
FayetteviUe Sec26 Ol03a (1867) 
Farmers Tel. Darmstadt 
Petri, Henry G. (Emelia Beiser) Ch 
Oliver, Robert; Gerhart H. Petri, 
father; Mascoutah R3 FayetteviUe 
Sec6 Tl30a Gerhart H. Petri (1880) 
Looking-glass Prairie Tel. Fayette- 
viUe 
Petri, William H. (Carol-ne Winter) 
Ch Susan, Louisa, ♦Alex, ♦Ru- 
dolph; Lenzburg Marissa Secl8 
0245av(1858) 
Petty, Christ (Henrietta Lang) Ch 
Ida, William C, *Philip; Freeburg 
R3 Smithton SecSl Ol20a (1853) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 
Petry, Pliiiip H. (Kathrena Bliss) Ch 
Irene, Viola, Eugene; MiUstadt Ra 
Millstadt Sec25 O80a (1878) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 



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Petterson, Joseph (Ella Redel) Ch 
Richard; East St/ Louis Rl Cen- 
terville Cahokia Commonfields 
T40a Lucy Petterson (1870) 

Pettrof, Fred W. J. Edgemont Sta, 
East St. Louis R9 Centerville Sec33 
T84a Marion Maurice (1916) 

Pfannebecker, Henry (Emma Eck- 
ert) Waterloo R3 Millstadt Sec34 
Ol24a (1879) FloraviJle Tel. Flora- 
ville ' 

Pfannebecker, William Sr, (Henrietta 
Schnei'der) Ch *Julia, *William, 
♦Anna, *Louisa, *Emma, *Ida, 
*Frieda, *Lena, *Henry; Waterloo 
R3 Millstadt Sec3S O80a (1869) 

Pfannebecker, William W. (Clara 
Rathmacher) Ch Edwin, Oscar, 
Edgar, Matilda, Clara; Waterloo R3 
Millsta'dt Sec34 O90a (1874) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 

Pfeffer, Anthony S. (Irene Dashney) 
Ch Leo, Pearl, Sophia, Joseph, 
Edna, Anthony, Irene; BellevUle 
R5 Stookey Sec2l TlOOa John 
Pfingsten (1881) 

Pfeffer, Charles Mi (Lizzie Hollen- 
bach) Ch Laurena, Edna, Monroe; 
Millstadt R2 Millstadt Sec35 Tl40a 
Charles Fritzinger (1876) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 

Pfeffer, Philip (Mary E. Miller) Ch 
Henry, *Charles M., *Ida C, 
♦Clara K., *Isadore K., *William J.; 
New Athens R2 Prairie DuLong 
Sec22 Ol07a (1854) Farmers Tel. 
Hecker 

Pfeiffer, Frank J. (Ella M. Beyer) Ch 
Eleanore, Leona; Mascoutah R2 
Mascoutah Sec26 Tl40a Peter The- 
obold (1881) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Pfeiffer, Fred G. (Maggie Limbach) 
Ch Irene, Hilda, Ida, Luella, Ray- 
mond, Dorothy; "Richland Hill 
Farm" New Athens R2 Prairie Du- 
Long SeclO 0176a (1873) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 

Pfeiffer, John C. ('Carrie Kenicke) 
Ch *John, *Carrie, *Mollie, ♦Ber- 
tha; Millstadt R2 Millstadt Sec33 
Ol20a (1857) 

Pfeiffer, Joseph (Caroline Haas) Ch 
Frank, Mary, Frieda, Gilbert, Le- 
ona, Joseph, ♦Amelia; "Pfeiffer 
Dairy Farm" Trenton R2 Mas- 
coutah Seel O270a (1894) North 
Grove Tel. Summerfield 



Pfeiffer, Joe Jr. (Lena Friedrick) Ch 
Erwin; Mascoutah R2 Mascoutah 
Sec7 TlOOa Joe Pfeiffer Sr. (1873) 

Pfingsten, Edwardl W. (Emma Burg) 
Ch George, Arthur, Viola, Ida, 
Florence; Belleville R4 Stookey 
Secl6 Ol40a (1867) Farmers Tel. 
Millstadt 

Pfingsten, Henry (Annie Vogt) Ch 
Edwin, Ethel; Belleville R* 
Stookey Secl6 OllOa (1866) Farm- 
ers Tel. Millstadt 

Pfingsten, John W. (Louisa Eber- 
sohl) Ch William, John, Richard, 
Alma, Malinda, ♦Lou-s; Belleville 
R5 Stookey Sec25 O80a (1870) 

Pflasterer, George (Katharine Heb- 
erer) C^h Freida, Arthur, Albert, 
♦Kate, ♦George, ♦Lizzie, ♦John; 
Marissa Rl Marissa Sec23 O205a 
(1862) Biddle Tel. Marissa 

Pflugmacher, Frank (Theresa Klaus) 
Ch Adele. Elizabeth, Fancis; Belle- 
viUe R4 Stookey Sec23 O80a (1858) 
Kinloch Tel. Belkville 

Pflugmacher, Michael (Katherine 
Lan) Ch Frieda, Edwin, John; 
Belleville R4 Stookey Sec23 O90a 
(1870) 

Phillips, Ben A, (Kate Feisel) Ch 
Louie, Cyrus; ^"Higgins Farm" 
Freeburg R3 Prairie DuLong Sec4 
Ol30a (1864) Floraville Tel. Flora- 
ville 

Phillips, Benjamin H. (Mary 
Stookey) Ch John, Walter, Mary; 
Freeburg Freeburg Secl8 Ol35a 
(1864) Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 

Phillips, Jerome (Elsa Winterbauer) 
iCh Viola, Lavina; Freeburg R3 
Smithton Sec27 05a Floraville Tel. 
Floraville 

PhUlips, MUton (Clara E. Carr) Ch 
Percy, Vesta; "Elm Wood Farm" 
Belleville R2 Sm-thton Sec29 O60a 
(1853) 

Phillips, Nathan (Clara Tate) Ch 
♦John, ♦Walter; "Willow Dale 
Farm" Belleville R2 Smithton 
Secai Ol60a (1863) Floraville Tel. 
Floraville 

Pilliard, Luther P. (Mary Stoodt) 
Ch Clarence, Olivia, Helen, Ferdiji- 
and, ♦Caroline, ♦Lydia; Columbia 
Rl Sugar Loaf Sec2 Tl04a Mrs. L. 
Euekel (1910) 



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Pistel, John (Margaret Dubbinger) 
Ch Arthur; Mascoutah R2 Mas- 
coutah Sec7 TlOOa Adolph Bett- 
mann (1879) Looking-glass Prairie 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Pister, Henry Lebanon Rl Lebanon 
Sec28 T270a Celesty Nichols 
(1876) North Grove Tel. Summer- 
field 

Plaminek, Pete (Agnes Meka) Ch 
Emil, Cornelia, Cecelia; Belleville 
R3 St. Clair Sec6 05a (1903) 

Poetker, Chris (Mary Yung) Ch 
Minnie, Willie, Clara, Hilda, Le- 
roy, Elsie, John, Armin, Lillian; 
Millstadt R2 Millstadt Sec26 T80a 
Henry Muller (1875) 

Poettker, Henry W. Freeburg Rs 
Smithton Sec32 OllOa (1878) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Poignee, Frank (Augusta Keitel) Ch 
Elinor, Carl; "Concordia Park 
Farm" Lebanon Rl Lebanon 
SecBO Tl44a George Luettinger 
(1873) 

Pollack, John L, Mary and Anna, 
sisters; Marissa Marissa Sec23 
Ol02a (1858) Cherry Lne Tel. 
Marissa 

Pommer, Joseph R. Centerville Rl 
iCenterville Sec33 T20a Charles 
Suessmann (1885) 

Poos, Jake Ch Nora, Louise, Katie, 
Emil, Minnie,- Jake, Louis, *Wal- 
ter; Lebanon R2 O'Fallon Sec35 
Ol88a (1854) 

Post, Herman J. (Mary Buhr) Ch 
Roy, Virginia, Anna; Lebanon Rl 
Lebanon Sec31 046a (1887) 

Powell, Edgar W. (Sadie Beirrt) Ch 
Oliver, Elmer, Martha, Lillie, Ber- 
nice; O'Fallon R2 Caseyville Sec35 
OlOOa (1875) 

Powell, George T. (Mary C. Ress- 
man) Ch Fern, George, Lesley, Al- 
vera; Washington Park Canteen 
SeclO T80a Rose Roustio (1916) 

Prediger, Jerome (Anna Freeh) Ch 
Helen; New Athens R3 Fayette- 
ville Sec30 082a (1885) Eastern 
Farmers Tel. New Athens 



Press, Michael W. (Annie M. Fisch- 
er) Ch Roland H., Oliver H.; 
Smithton Smithton Sec34 O40a 
T40a (1874) Farmers Tel. Flora- 
ville 

Probst, C. W. (Augusta Rieso) Ch 
Clarence, Ella, CJara; "Water Edge 
Farm" New Athens R2 Prairie 
DuLong Sec2 0238a -(1868) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 

Probst, EdJward R. (Lena Stallmann) 
Ch Elmer, Edna; Waterloo R3 
Millstadt Sec34 TlOla Charles 
Probst (1883) Floraville Tel. Flora- 
ville 

Probst, Fred and Henry Waterloo R3 
Millstadt Sec2S 072a (1879) Flor- 
aville Tel. Floraville 

Probst, John (Paule Rosenberger) 
Ch *01ca, *Bertha; MUlstadt R2 
Millstadt Sec2l O80a (1866) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 

Probst, Mary (Mary Daesch) Ch 
Oscar, Monroe, Alma, *William, 
♦Oliver, *Richard; Waterloo R3 
Millstadt Sec2S O80a (1857) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 

Probst, William C. (Bertha S. Koer- 
ber) Ch Hugo, Robert, Herbert; 
"Probst Stock and Grain Farm" 
New Athens R2 Prairie DuLong 
Sec27 075a (1879) Farmers Tel. 
Hecker 

Procasky, Augfust, Walter and Marie 
Freeburg R2 Freeburg Secl6 Ol40a 
(1886) Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 

Procasky, George L. (Katharine 
Reinheimer) Ch Raymond, Clara; 
Freeburg R2 Freeburg Sec21 Ol30a 
(1875) Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 

Procasky, William (Bertha Gran'd- 
colas) Ch Edward, Edna; Freeburg 
Freeburg Sec8 Tl40a Ed. Classen 
(1894) Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 

Pulliam, LaFayette M. (Caroline 
Peter) Ch Roscoe, Stella, Marshall; 
Millstadt Rl Stookey Sec32 Ol60a 
(1866) Farmers Tel. Millstadt 



Quickert, Hugo (Caroline Hintzel) 
Ch lilsie, Emil, *Hilda; New 
Athens Lenzburg Se<;3 Ol03a 
(1883) Farmers Tel. New Athens 



Quinn, Fred H. (Mary Enler) Ch 
Floyd; MUlstadt R2 Millstadt 
Sec36 T80a Mary Quinn (1881) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 



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Quinn, Henry (Maggie Hioffman) 
Ch Albert, Lena; Belleville RZ 
Smithton Sec20 095a (1875) 

Quirin, Charles (Theresa Euirler) Ch 
Lillian, Edna, Oliver, Elorea, Viola; 
iMillstadt R2 Millstadt Sec36 T80a 
Mary Quirin (1882) Floraville Tel. 
Floraville 

Quirin, Frank (Josie Becherer) Ch 
Leroy, Raymond, Adalia, Elmer, 
Arthur, Elura, Frank, Lucy, Cletus; 
Belleville R2 Smithton Sec20 Tl45a 
Jake Quirin (1897) 



Quirin, George (Elizabeth Flach) Ch 
Anna, George Jr.; Belleville R6 
Shiloh Valley Sec21 i 120a Mrs. E. 
Brown (1870) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Quirin, Mrs. PhiUp (Josephine Oger) 
iCh Olivea, Philip, Clemence, 
Sophie; Belleville R2 Smithton 
Sec29 068a (1867) Farmers Tel. 
Floraville 

Quitmeyer, Fred (Bertha Schrabley) 
Ch Olin, Delmar, Dorothy; Tren- 
ton R3 Lebanon SecJ.2 Tl60a 
Philip Henss (1879) North Grove 
Tel. Summerfield 



R 



Rabel, Henry (Stina Bohlen) Ch 
Ch Thomas, John, Sam, Laura; 
Lebanon Rl Mascoutah Sec5 093a 
(1858) North Grove Tel. Summeir- 
field 

Randall, William (Mary Freemann) 
Ch Arthur, Sherman, Ruth, Helen, 
Leslie, Charlies, Willnir, Lveret. 
James, Edna; Belleville Rl Free- 
burg Sec3 Fairm Manager Henry 
Gauch (1873) 

Range, Christian E. (Judith Glander) 
Ch Edmund, Loretta; Edgemont 
Sta. East St. Louis R4 East St. 
Louis Sec26 T57a Mrs. Kate Kamp- 
meyer (1891) 

Range, Ed>mund (Refused to give In- 
formation) 

Range, Harry M. (Adeline Sieben- 
mann) Ch Lucille, Irene; "Hamlet 
Farm^' Trentom R3 Lebanon Sec9 
TlOOa Jim Hamlet. (1916) Summer- 
field Tel. Summerfield 

Rapp, Charles Ch Arthur, John, 
Ignatz, Louie, Susia, Mary, *Clem- 
miens, *Otto; Freeburg R3 Mill- 
stadt SeclS 095a (1885) IFloraville 
Tel. Floraville 

Rapp, Gregory (Barbai-a Buechle) 
Ch Clarence, x^nnie, George, Joe, 
Rita; Belleville R6 St. Clair SeclS 
T282a Magdalina Biebel (1876) 
Bell Tel. Belleville 

Rapp, Heinry (Henrietta Biland) Ch 
George, Edward, Louis, Alfred, 
Ida, Clara; Belleville R2 Sm^ithton 
Sees 0533a (184§) Bell Tel. Belile- 
ville 



Rapp, Philip (Caroline Ambry) Ch 
♦Katherine* Eidgemjont Sta. East 
St. Louis R4 Caseyvidle Sec30 074a 
(1867) 

Rasp, Albert D. (Mary Hildenbrand) 
Ch Edna, IRoy; Belleville R6 
Shiloh Valley Sec4 Tl30a Adolph 
Schott (1887) 

Rasp, John Lizzie, sister; Belleville 
R6 Shiloh Valle^^ Sec8 O70a (1864) 

Rasp, Martin (Kate Schoffer) Ch 
Theodore, Oscar, Maggie, *Albert, 
*ErMrin, *Victor: O'FaUon Rl 
Shiloh Valley Sec6 Ol47a (1860) 

Rasp, Peter (Mary Faust) "Fern 
Glen Farm" O'Fallon Rl Shiloh 
Valley Sec8 O20a (1859) 

IRasp, Victor (Mary Amann) Ch 
Julius, Flora, Eugene, Frieda, 
Ernest, Hilda, Lavv^rence, Edwin, 
Louis, Belleville R6 Shiloh Valley 
Seen Ol70a (1866) 

Rathmacher, Louis (Louise Rosen- 
be.ger) Waterloo R3 Millstadt 
Sec4S O40a (1870) Floraville Tel. 
Floraville 

Rau, Peter Jr. (Bertha Hucke) Ch 
Helen, Cletus; Columbia R2 Mill- 
stadt SecoS 0145a (1879) Fountain 
Tel. Waterloo 

Rausch, Ben. F. (Nellie Hirst) Ch 
Marie, Clarence, Albert; "Midland 
Grain and Stock Farm" New 
Athens Rl Prairie DuLong Sec35 
Tl41a T. Rausch (1S81> rarmers 
Tel. iHtecker 



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Rayburn, James L. (Vernona laylor) 
Millstadt Rl Millstadt Sec2i TlOOa 
George H. Muskopf (1917) Mill- 
stadt Tel. Millstadt 

Rechner, Albert G. (Amelia Kuhl- 
mann) 'Ch Norman; O'Fallon R3 
Caseyville Secl4 T215a Ed Rech- 
ner (1888) 

Rechner, Charles (Minnie Olendorf) 
Ch Edna; O'Fallon R2 Caseyville 
Sec22 Tl50a William Weiss (1879) 

Rechner, Edward (Mary Riesley) Ch 
Edward, Anna, Albert, Louise, 
♦Louis, *Charles; O'Fallon R2 
Caseyville Secll Ol02a (1895) 

Recklein, Fred H. Edigemont Sta. 
East St Louis R4 Canteen Secl5 

T65a Louis Oulvey (1864) 

Recklein, Larry (Susie Smith) Ch 
William, Mollie, *Rosie; Edge- 
mont Sta. East St. Louis R3 Can- 
teen Sec3 T40a Eugene Oulvey 
(1918) 

Rehberger, Clarence (Ella Neimeyer) 
Ch Lester; Lebanon Rl Lebanon 
Sec31 Tl50a Andrew Rehberger 
(1893) Kinlooh Tel. Lebanon 

Rehberger, Mrs. John (Caroline 
Rhinehart) Ch Andrew, *Dolrotliy; 
Trenton R3 Lebanon Sec25 TlOOa 
George Schumaker (1862) North 
Grove Tel. Summerfield 

Rehberger, IRalph (Matilda C. Haas) 
Ch Cornelia, Mildred; Lebanon 
Rl Mascoulah Sec6 Tl20a Andirew 
Rehberger (1889) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Rehg, Albert (Annie Reichert) Ch 
Cora, Elsie, Hilda, Clarence; 
Centerville Station Rl Stookey 
Secl9 T50a Conrad Rehg (1883) 
Farmers Tel. Millstadt 

Rehg, George H. Ch Louis, 'George; 
East Carondelet Rl Sugar Loaf 
Sec27 T7954a Mrs. Katherine Rehg 
(1878) Farmers Tel. Columbia 

Rehg, Mrs. Philip W. (Maggie Bois- 
menne) Ch Earl, Cnarlie, Violet, 
Edttia, Richard, Aneta, *Nicholas, 
♦Birdie, ♦Mabel; Centerville Station 
Rl Stookey Secl9 T85a (1872) 
Farmers Tel. Millstadt 

Rehg, William (Ida Kener) Ch 
Theophil, Consuela, ArchibaW; 
Centerville Station Rl Stookey 
Secl9 06a (1874) 'Farmers Tel. 
Millstadt 



Reibold, Mrs. John (Kate Nold) Ch 
Katherine, Hilda, Florence, ♦Ida, 
♦John, *Ellen; Lebanon Rl Leb- 
anon Sec33 (1851) North Grove 
Tel. Summerfield 

Reibold, John W. (Emma Frey) Ch 
Lawrence; Lebanon Rl Lebanon 
Sec32 Tl25a Mary Luckner (1876) 

Reichert, Antone W. (Margaret 
Wisenborn) fCh Fred, Lydia, Ed- 
ward, Harry, Bertha, Ida, Arthur; 
Millstadt R2 Millstadt S€c6 OlOla 
(1888) Millstadt Tel. Millstadt 

Reichert, George F. (Lena Gutherz) 
Ch Florence, Arthur, Armin; Belle- 
ville R5 Stookey Sec35 TSOa Con- 
rad Keck (1882) Farmers Tel. 
Millstadt 

Reichert, John A. (Henrietta Diehl) 
ch Elsie, 'Christian, Arthur, Waltetr, 
Esther; East Carondelet Rl Sugar 
Loaf Sec2 TlOOa (1868) Farmers 
Tel. Columbia 

Reichert, William (Elizabeth Mero) 
Ch Edward, William, ♦George, 
♦Annie, ♦Rosie, ♦Ida, ♦Emma, 
*Tillie; Millstadt Rl Stookey Sec3l 
Ol75a (1856) Farmers Tel. Mill- 
stadt 

Reichert, Willam J. (Mary Diehl) 
Ch Charles, Alma, Katherine, Dora, 
'Cora, IFlorence, Leona, Elvera; 
Columbia Rl Sugar Loaf Sec2 
084a (1875) 

Reichert, William J. i> Clara Rauch) 
Ch Elmer, ♦Georgia, ♦William; 
"Walnut Grove Stock Farm" Free- 
burg Rl Freeburg Secl9 0460a 
(1864) Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 

Reimann, Edward (Margarite 
Krump), Ch Edwardi, EdwaLd; 
"City View Farm" Lebanon Rl 
Lebanon Secl9 Ol40a Jacob Rei- 
mann (1885) Kinloch Tel. Lebanon 

Reimann, Walter (Anna Rock) Ch 
Darvin, Leland; Lebanon Rl 
Lebanon Secl8 Tll5a Jacob Rei- 
-mann (1887) Kinloch Tel. Lebanon 

Reinhardt, Alois Sr. (Lizzie Sauzek) 
Ch Hetwig, Florentine, Clements, 
Isabelle, Otellia, Opertuna, ♦Mar- 
tha, ♦Alois Jr. ♦Theresia; Water- 
loo R3 Millstadt Secl4S 0232a 
(1872) Floraville Tel. 'Floraville 

Reinhardt, Alois J. Jr. (Tilla Schoen- 
born) Ch Mildred, Victor; Water- 
loo R3 Millstadt Secl4S T90a 
Alois Reinhardt Sr. (1896) iFlora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 



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Reinhardt, Dan C. (Clara Hager) Ch 
Ruth, Esther, Olinda; New Athens 
R3 Lenzburg Sec9 T275a George 
S. Reinhardt (1884) Farmers Tel. 
New Athens 

Reinhardt, Ferdinand H. Ch Bertha, 
Henry, Emil, Anton, *Enima; 
Mascotxtah IRS Engelmann Sec7 
0282a (1842) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascouitah 

Reinhardt, Frank (Zoe Toupnot) Ch 
Hattie, George, Lillie, Walter; 
E^gemont Sta. E^st St. Loiiis R2 
Centerville Secll 065a (1866) 

i^einhardt, iGeorge Jr. (Lilian Grah- 
mann) Edgemont Sta. East St. 
Louis R2 Centerville Sec28 T30a 
Park Board (1895) 

Reinhardt, George J. (Emma Ahlh- 
leim) /Ch Armon; New Athens R3 
New Athens Sec34 OlOOa (1879) 
Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Reinhardt;, Joseph A.(Gertrude Klein) 
Ch Dominic J.; Frecburg R3 
Prairie DuLong Sec6 Ol20a (1866) 
Ploraville Tel. Floraville 

Reinhardt, Julius (Augusta Seibert) 
Ch *Otto, *Adam, *Heniry,* Amelia; 
Freeburg R2 Freeburg Sec27 Ol37a 
C1855) Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 

Reinhardt, Theodore (Minnie Sien- 
berger) Ch Vernell; Mascoutah Rl 
Engelmann Secl4 TlOOa Williaim 
Reinhardt (1886) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Reinheimer George (Catherine Kling) 
Ch *Mary, *William., *Philip, 
♦George, *Margaret; New Athens 
RS New rtuiens Sec26 O300a (1854) 
Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Reinheimer, Louis (Freda Reichert) 
Ch ReinhoM, Louis, George, Han- 
na, Mary, *Rosa, *Katie, *Emma; 
Freeburg R2 Freeburg Secl7 Ol80a 
(1855) Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 

Reinheimer, Philip F. (Emma Meng) 
Freeburg Rl Freeburg Sec32 Tl60a 
Elizabeth "Reinheimer (1864) Kin- 
loch Tel. Freeburg 

Reinnick, John (Anna IRoth) Ch Os- 
car, Charlie, Edmond, Julius, An- 
nie; Freeburg R2 iFreeburg Sec3 
Ol20a (1866) Kinloch Tel. Free- 
burg 

Reinnick, John A. Jr. (Alma Kessler) 
Freeburg R2 Freeburg Sec4 Tl20a 
Louisa Reinnick (1894) Kinloch 
Tel. Freeburg 



Reiss, Ferd J. (Emily Koehler) Ch 
Earl, Ellen- O'FaUon O'Fallon 
Sec29 Tl47a Mrs. John Penn (1875) 
Kinloch Tel. O'Fallon 

Reiss, George W. (Katie Suetzel- 
schwab) Ch William, Franklin, Ir- 
win; "Cotton Wood Mound Farm" 
Freeburg RS Prairie Dul^ong Sec7 
Tl60a Frank J. Reiss (1841) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 

Reiss, Gottlieb (Emma Kuhn) Ch 
Viola, Raymond; . . New Athens 
Prairie DuLong Sec23 Tl20a Ed- 
ward Reiss (1888) Kinloch Tcl. 
New Athens 

Reiss, William H. (juomsa Nies) Lh 
Edgar, Rolland; Lucille; "'jCedar 
Crest Farm" Trenton R2 Lebanon 
Sec23 Ol80a (1867) North Grove 
Tel. Summerfield 

(Rfemelius, Jacob F. (Katherine ODtt- 
schall) Belleville R5 Stookev SecSS 
T83a Peter Remelius (1887) 

Renois, v>^iUiam A. (Judith Fluff) 
"Sioner Farm" Edigemont Sta. East 
St. Louis R2 Centerville Secll 
Ol34a (1870) 

Rensing, Ben (Mary Roedler) Ch 
Cora, Joseph, Emil, Ben, Herman; 
Trenton R2 Mascoutah Seel Tl20a 
Mr. John Roedler (1912) Kinloch 
Tel. New Baden 

Rensing, John B. (Katie Harms) Ch 
Wilferd; Mascoutah Rl Mascoutah 
Sec34 T80a John Harms Est. (1914) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah- 

Renth, Arthur W. (Dora M. Rus- 
sum) Ch Thelma, Adam, Dorothy; 
Mascoutah Rl Mascoutah Sec24 
TlOOa Adam Renth (1891) Look- 
ing-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Renth, Harry C. (Ema E. Richter) 
Ch Cornelia; Mascoutah Rl Mas- 
coutah Sec24 TllOa Adam Renth 
(1896) Looking-glass Tel. Mascou- 
tah 

Reniii, Henry (l\£aggie Lang) Ch 
Mary, Herman, William, Emily; 
Mascoutah R3 Engelmamn Sec20 
Tl40a Henry Heyde (1852) Look- 
ing-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Renth, Henry G. (Matilda Wasen) 
Ch Margaret; Mascoutah R2 Mas- 
coutah Secl3 Tl20a William iRtnth 
(1887) Looking-glass Tel. ^ncw 
Baden 



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Rcnth, John Fred (Bertha C. Blum) 
Ch Raymond G., Erwin J.; Mas- 
coutab Ra Mascoutah Secl9 TSOa 
Allen Partel (1883) Looking-glass 
Prairie Tel. Mascoutah 

Renth, Peter J. (Mary E. Stein) Ch 
Elmer, Herman, Irene, Harvey, 
Edwin- Mascoutah Rl Mascoutah 
Sec24 Tl20a Adam Renth (1889) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 
Reppel, Henry Sr (Katharine Weltz) 
Ch Peter C, »Caroline; Marissa R2 
Marissa Secl6 T240a Theodore 
Fingefr 1879) Hickory Grove Tel. 
Marissa 
Reppel, John (Lizzie Waeltz) Ch 
John, iGtistave; Lenzbure Lenzburg 
Sec26 0228a (1866) Farmers Tel. 
New Athens 
Repple, Philip (Mary Triefenbacn) 
CR John; Lizzie, *Hienry, *Mike, 
♦Anna, *Mary, *Lena, *Marguerite-, 
"Hickory Grove Farm" Marissa R2 
Marissa Sec8 T200a James Andrew 
(1889) 
Retting, Herman (Elizabeth Reiler) 
Ch *Ella, *Billie; O'Fallon R2 
Caseyville Secl3 Ol4a (1914) 
Rettinghouse, James (Lena Acker) 
Ch Ella, Carrie, *Bertha, *Katie; 
New Athens R2 Prairie DuLong 
Sec25 Ol40a (1870) Kinloch Tel. 
New Athens 
Rettinghouse, John W. (Caroline E. 
Miller) Ch Cora A., Elmer A.; 
New Athens R2 Prairie DuLong 
SecSO Oll7i^a (1860) Farmers Tel. 
Hecker 
Rettinghouse, William (Emma Koer- 
ber) Ch Alvin, Henry, Laura, 
Glenn, Albert; New Athens R2 
Prairie DuLong Se<:16 Ol60a (1876) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 
Reuss, Ferdinand L. (Minnie Runk- 
witz) Ch Agnes; Belleville R6 
Shiloh Valley Sec4 O60a (1880) 
Kinloch Tel. O'Fallon 
Reuter, William (Mary K. Suess- 
mann) Ch *Mary; Edgemont Sta. 
East St. Louis Ra Centerville Sec29 
T20a Joe Suessmann (1882) 
Rhein, Fred Belleville R2 Smithfon 
Sec4 0192a (1870) Bell Tel. Belle- 
ville 
Rheinecker, Charles (Matilda Ernst) 
Ch Elmer, Florence, Laurene; 
Belleville Ra Smithton Sec 10 O80a 
(1919) Bell Tel. Belleville 



Richardson, John D. Mascoutah Rl 

Mascoutah SecSS T78a J. H. Rich- 
ardson Est. (1870) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Richter, Christ (Mary Schaubert) 
Ch Amelia, Royal, Herbert; Mas- 
coutah R2 Miscoutah Sec6-12-S-17 
O340a (1866) Looking-glass Prairie 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Richter, Edmund W. (Stelle E. 
Blum) Mascoutah Rl Mascoutah 
Sec28 Tll2a Philip Richter (1886) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Richter, Edward F. (Bertha Seibert) 
Ch, Elsa, Herman, Erwin, Lily; 
Mascuotah R2 Mascoutah Sec29 
Ol20a (1871) Looking-glass Prairie 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Richter, Ernst (Anna Mueller) Ch 
Eliza, Dora, Carl, Hilda; Mas- 
coutah R2 Mascoutah Sec21 Ol90a 
(1868) Looking-glass Prairie Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Richter, Erwin F. (Florence C. Dick- 
haut) Ch Milton G.; Mascoutah Ra 
Mascoutah Sec22 Tl60a George 
Richter. (1888) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Richter, Harrison G. (Sarah Riess) 
Ch Howard, Robert, Berdella; 
Mascoutah Rl Mascoutah Sec29 
TlOOa G. Siebert (1892) Looking- 
glass Prairie Tel. Mascoutah 
Richter, Henry (Susie Smith) Ch 
Bettie, Katie, Fred; Mascoutah R2 
Mascoutah Sec8 O60a (1872) Mas- 
coutah Tel. Mascoutah 
Richter, Louis (Lena Friesz) Ch 
Oscar, Amelia, Estella,Arthur, Clar- 
ence, Aurelia, *Mary, *Alma; Mas- 
coutah R2 Mascoutah Secl5 0222a 
(1864) Looking-glass Tel. Mas- 
coutah 
Richter, Otto (Bertha D. Krause) Ch 
Bernice, Katherine; Mascoutah R2 
Mascoutah Secl4 TieOa George 
Ricnter (1880) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 
Richter, Peter (Lizzie Kebel) €h 
Julius, Alvina; Mascoutah R2 Mas- 
coutah Sec7 O90a (1870) Looking- 
glass Tel. Mascoutah 
Richter, Phillip (Anna Reiger) Ch 
Dalia E, Edna E., Homer J., Aleda, 
♦Amalie, ♦Edmond, *Harr"son; 
Mascoutah R2 Mascoutah Sec28 
0233a (1859) Looking-glass Prairie 
Tel. Mascoutah 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Ridgeway, William (Georgia Heaton) 
Ch Albert L., Elma L.; CenterviUe 
Station Rl CenterviUe Sec33 032a 
(1916) 

Riedel, Henry C. (Carrie Harris) Ch 
Freda, Oswald, Nora; MUlstadt R2 
Millstadt Sec3l T5a Herman 
Weilbacher (1875) 

Rieder, Joe and Frank (Lena Harms) 
iCh Luella, Edna, William, Edison, 
Josephine, Kermit, Francis; Leb- 
anon R2 O'Fallon Sec35 0242a 
(1S78) Kinloch Tel. Lebanon 

Rieso, Edward (Katherine Rithazel) 
Ch Amanda, *Gottlieb, ^Oscar, 
♦Sylvia; "Pecan Grove Farm" 
New Athens R2 Prairie DuLong 
Secll 0325a Floraville Tel. Flora- 
ville 

Rieso, Henry G. Sr. (Emma Bech- 
tholdt) Ch Edwin, Theophil, 
♦Henry, ♦Emma, ♦Louise; "Rich- 
land Farm" Freeburg Rl Prairie 
DuLong Sec2 0278a (1855) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 

Rieso, Henry Jr. (Paulina Herr) Ch 
'Myrtle, Mildred; "Cedar Lawn 
Farm" Freeburg Rl Prairie Du 
Long Sec2 TlOOa Henry Rieso Sr. 
(1887) Floraville Bell Tel. Flora- 
ville 

Rieso, Oscar (Susie • Weaver) Ch 
Edna, Mabel; New Atheiis R2 
Prairie DuLong Secll TlOOa Ed- 
ward Rieso (1892) Floraville Tel. 
Floraville 

Riess, Albert (Vers e M. Owen) 
Mascoutah R2 Mascoutah Sec27 
Tl20a Mrs. F. Biess Sr. Est. (1876) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Riess, Edmund G. (Mary C. Kon- 
stanger) Ch Oliver; Mascoutah R2 
Mascoutah Sec23 T80a Edward 
Riess (1888) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Riess, EkJward (Catherine Schaubert) 
Ch Bertha, Alma, Adelie, Otto, 
August, ♦Edmund, *Laura, ♦Katie; 
"Woodland Farm" MascoutJih Rl 
Mascoutah Sec27 Ol38a (1857) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Riess, George (Barbara Brendel) Ch 
John, Theodore, Edwin, Fred, 
♦Katy, ♦Anna, ♦Agnes; Mascoutah 
Rl Engelmann Sec3 T2l0a Charles 
Raybill (1865) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 



Riess, Otto (Emelia L. Hagist) Ch 
Elmer, Emma, "^Theodore, ♦Lillie; 
Mascoutah Rl Mascoutah Sec27 
(1858) Looking-glass Tel. Mas- 
coutah 
Riget, Joe Lebanon R2 O'Fallon 
Sec24 T65a Mrs. J. Willoughby 
(1856) 
Rinker, Meredith (Kate Glaze) Ch 
Mary, Fred; Edgemont Sta, East 
St Louis R4 Canteen Secl3 T60a 
John Schultz (1905) 
Rist, Anton J. (Mary M. Zinck) Ch 
Adelia M., Edwina T., Edna M., 
Eleanora L, Otellia E., ♦iClara L., 
♦Josephina M.; Mascoutah Rl 
Mascoutah Sec36 OlOOa (1869) 
Looking-g.ass Tel. Mascoutah 
Rittenhouse, Charles D. Belleville Rl 

St. Clair Sec36 Oll2a (1879) 
Rittmejrer, Mrs. Lena Ch Oscar, 
Adolph, Albert, Elmer, Stella; 
New Athens R2 Prairie DuLon.; 
Sec27 Ol29a (1895) Farmers Tel. 
Hecker 
Rix, William E. (Kate H. Heilmann) 
Freeburg Rl Smithton Secl3 TlS5a 
William T. Reichert (1878) 
Robertson, Nathan S. (Deborah Hig- 
gins) Ch ♦Charles C, ♦Cynthia, 
♦iClara; Freeburg RS Prairie Du 
Long Sec3 091a (1847) 
Rochell, Frank R. (Emma Meyer) Ch 
Delphine; Trenton R3 Lebanon 
Sec4 T52a Charles and Henry 
Reinhardt (1882) 
Rochell, Herman H. (Lizzie Quit- 
myer) Ch Viola, Edward, Robert, 
Edna; Lebanon Rl Lebanon Sec6 
Tl57a John Rochell (1880) Kin- 
loch Tel. St. Jacob 
Rochell, John E. (Mary Loman) Ch 
Annie, John, Ella, ♦Mary, ♦Her- 
man, ♦Frank, ♦Lizzie, *Matilda; 
Trenton R2 Lebanon Secl3 Ol60a 
(1887) Summerfield Tel. Summer- 
field 
Rodemich, Fred G. MiUstadt Rl Mill- 
stadt Sec5 Ol40a (1856) Millstadt 
Tel. Millstadt 
RcKiemich, John W. CEmma Theo- 
bald) Ch Ella, Walter; Millstadt R2 
Millstadt Secl8 Ol27a (1884) Mill- 
stadt Tel. Millstadt 
Rodemich, Otto L. (Mary Keim) Ch 
Edna; Millstadt R2 Millstadt Secl8 
O80a (1891) Millstadt Tel. Mill- 
stadt 



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:Rodemich. Paul (Mary Keck) Ch 
Mildred, Mathilda, Cleo, Jacob; 
MiUsta<it R2 Millstadt Sec22 T75a 
Mary Rodemich (1878) Floraville 
Tel. Floraville 

Rodemich, Robert (Laura L. Michel) 
Millstadt Rl Millstadt Sec2 Tl40a 
P. W. Rodemich (1890) Millstadt 
Tel. Millstadt 

Roedlar, George J. (Francis M. Hoh) 
Ch Joe, John, Georr-- Trenton R2 
Mascoutah Seel T80a Mary 
Roedlar (1870) Kin^och Tel. New 
Baden 

Hoenicke, Oswald Ch Emma, Louisa, 
♦Lena, *William, *Caroline; Mill- 
stadt R2 Millstadt Sec30 O340a 
(1882) Millstadt Tel. Millstadt 

Koenicke, William F. (Louisa Miller) 
Ch Wilma, Edward; Millstadt Rl 
Millstadt Sec20 T260a Oswald 
Roenicke (1882) Millstadt Tel. 
Millstadt 

T?ohr, E. L. (Ida L. Boehm) Ch 
Hilda, Hugo, Robert, Leroy, Viola, 
Matilda; Smithton Smithton Sec29 
Tl60a Emil Kreilich (1877) 

"Rojc, Mrs. Katie Ch Bernard, Anton, 
Jacob; Marissa R3 Marissa Sec34 
O40a (1918) 

'Rolle, Mrs. Elizabeth (Elizabeth 
Roy) Ch Marie, Blanche, *John B.; 
Edgemont Sta. East St. Louis R4 
Canteen 'Secl4 O20a (1856). 

RoUe, John B. (Lillian F. Pohlmann) 
Ch Kenneth, Lorraine; Edgemont 
Sta. East St. Louis R4 Canteen 
Secl4 T85a Tony Devinroy (1888) 

Roosi, Ajdiam (Maggie Hucke) Cjh 
Florence, Clarence; Millstadt R2 
Millstadt Sec28 OlOOa (1865) Flora- 
viik Tel. Floraville 

Rocs, George (Mary Cortener) Ch 
George, Joseph, Mary, Henry, 
John, Valentine, Margaret, ♦Chris- 
tina, *Faustine, ♦Do'natilla; Mill- 
stadt Rl Millstadt SeclO Ol24a 
(1844) 

Roos, George R. (Matilda Rohr) Ch 
Linda, Richard, Theckler, Olive, 
Isabel, Mary; Millstadt R2 Mill- 
stadt Sec27 Ol20a (1871) 

Rope, Katie Ch Bernard, Anton, 
Jacob; Mariissa R3 Marissa Sec34 
O40a (1918) 

Rosenberger, Henry (Amanda Hage- 
mann) Ch John; Waterloo R3 
Millstadt Sec3S O80a (1873) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 



Rosenberger, John Waterloo RS 

Millstadt Sec34 Ol24a (1869) 

Rosenberger, Louis (Louisa Just) 
Waterloo R3 Millstadt Sec2S 079a 
(1875) Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Rosenberger, Otto G. (Ida Houneck- 
er) Waterloo R3 Millstadt Sec3S 
T93a Adam Rosenberger (1885) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Ross, Edlmund A. (Sophia Dintle- 
mann) Ch Walter, Elsa, Raymond, 
♦Alma; Freeburg R2 Freeburg 
Sec34 Oll4a (1859) 

Ross, Fred Sr. (Mary Bauer) iCh 
♦Fred J. Jr., ♦George, ♦Edward, 
♦Mary A., ♦Selma Ml; Smithton 
Smitl^ton Sec33 0214a (1855) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Ross, Herman (Rosa Stoeckel) Ch 
Elmer, Leona, Herman, Kenneth; 
BellevUle R2 St. Clair Sec33 
TlOl^a Dr. W. West (1892) 

Ross, Louis Freeburg Freeburg Sec34 
0273a (1863) Kinloch Tel. Free- 
burg 

Roth, Charles H. (Mary Fries) Ch 
Elmer, Alvina, Henry, Clara, 
Minnie, Florence, Mayme; Free- 
burg R2 Freeburg Secl4 0275a 

(1870) Kinloch Tel. Mascoutah 

Roth, George Sr, (Mazie Neubig) 
Ch Andrew, Katie, Olive, Domin- 
ick, Alice, Henry; New Athens R2 
Prairie DuLong Sec21 Tl20a 
Bernard Roth (1873) Floraville Tel. 
Floraville 

Roth, John A. (Katherine Schoen- 
born) Ch George, Adam, Caroline; 
"Roth Grain Farm" New Athens 
R2 Prairie DuLong Sec27 Ol82a 

(1871) Farmers Line Hecker 

Roth, Joseph (Amelia Young) Ch 
Joseph, Abolia; Smithton Prairie 
DuLong Sec5 Tl20a (1890) 

Rothand, Mike (Lizzie Mall) Ch 
Melvina, ♦Anna, ♦Ezabella, ♦Em- 
ma, ♦Alma; Mascoutah R2 Mas- 
coutah Secl9 02a (1879) 

Rothmeier, Henry (Mary Schiche- 
danz) Marissa Rl Fayetteville 
Sec36 Ol40a (1865) Farmers Tel. 
Marissa 

Rouch, Joseph (Antona Grinewicz) 
Ch Eddy, Mary, Macie, Joe, Sopha, 
Tony, Stellie; Washington Park 
Canteen Sec3 TCOa Chemical Co. 
(1915) 



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Rouse, John N. (Bertha Nesbit) Ch 
Merle, John, Victor; Trenton R3 
Lebanon Secl3 Tl60a John Burton 
(18&6) 

Roustio, Edward B. (Anna Hage- 
man) Ch Raymond; O'Fallon R2 
O'Fallon Sec7 085a . (1885) 

Roustio, Frank P. (Rosedell Lowder- 
milk) Ch Mildred, Melvin; Wash- 
ington Park Canteen Secll TSa 
John Hammon (1893) 

Ruckriegel, Charles (Lillie Burke) 
Ch Lorene, Pearl, Edith; Belleville 
Re Shiloh Valley SeclO T200a 
Hannah Reuss (1876) Bell Tel. 
Bellevfille 

Rudolph, George (Cathrene Schnei- 
.^er) Ch Mary; MUlstadt Rl Mill- 
stadt Sec4 OlOa (1846) Millstadt 
Tel. Millstadt 

Ruemmeler, Alex (Lena Kuester) Ch 
C. Alex Jr., W. Arthur, C. G. Al- 
bert, Adam L. J., Henry E.; Ma- 
rissa Rl Fayetteville Sec23 TSOa 
Elizabeth Kuester (1879) St. Lib- 
oty Tel. St. Libory 

Rueter, Hartman (Tresa Lampert) 
Ch Dorothv, Florence, Norbert; 
St. Libory Fayetteville Sec 14 TlOOa 
John Rueter 1891) Farmers Tel. St. 
Libory 

Rueter, John (Emily Koch) Ch 
Joseph, Lizzie, Libory, Rudolph, 
Paul, *Hartman; St. Libory Fay- 
etteville Secl4 O330a (1865) Farm- 
ers Tel. St. Libory 

Ruhmann, Julias T. H. (Emma Kes- 
sler) Ch Ralph, Julius; Belleville 
R5 Stookey Sec35 TSOa Ruhmann 
Est. (1893) Farmers Tel. Millstadt 

Ruhmann, Nicholas (Caroline Vogel) 
Ch Irving, Harold; Millstadt R2 
Sugar Loaf Secl2 078a (1885) 
Farmers Tel. Millstadt 



Runkwitz, Erwin H. (Caroline 
Reuss) Ch Alice, Erwin, Julius; 
Lebanon R2 O'Fallon Sec26 032a 
(1872) Kinloch Tel. Lebanon 

Ruppel, Conrad (Elizabeth Koch> 
Ch Mathias, Ludwig, *Katie;. 
O'Fallon Rl O'Fallon Secl9 Ol25a 
T35a (1893) 

Rupprecht, Theodore P. (Barbara 
Bisgen) Ch Theodore, Emil, Al- 
verta, Irene, Bertha; Casejrville Rl 
Caseyville Secll T99a Conrad Rup- 
precht (1875) 

Russell, Elijah (Celeste Hunter) Ch 
Calvin, Lucille, Leonard; Eiast St. 
Louis Rl CenterVille Cahokia 
Commonfields T2a Julius Pitz- 
man (1908) 

Russell, John A. (Mattie Bowser) 
Ch Lorene, John, Clara; East St. 
Louis Rl Centerville Cahokia 'Com- 
monfields T40a Julius Pitzmam 
(1909) 

Russell, Mrs. Sarah (Sarah Ruffin) 
Ch *Bell, *Elick, *Jerome, *Laura,. 
*Victorv, *Bertha, *George,*Elijah,. 
*John * Jasper; East St Louis Rl 
Centerville Cahokia Commonfields 
0254a (1870) 

Russell, WUliam J. Ch *Pearl; East 
St. Louis Rl Centerville iCahokia 
Commonfields T50a Julius Pitz- 
mann (1875) 

Ruth, Gustave U. (Anna Herstien) 
Ch Leroy, Lucille, Melvin, Ralph; 
Trenton R3 Lebanon Sec26 Tl60a 
Mary E. Ruth (1878) North Grove 
Tel. Summerfield 

Ruth, Mrs. Mary S. (Mary S. Fleisch- 
er) Ch Henry, David, Albert, Clar- 
ence, *Walter; "Walnut Grove 
Farm" Trenton R2 Mascoutah Sec9 
OllOa (1891) North Grove Tel. 
Summerfield 



Ruth, Walter S. (Ella A. Baer) Mas- 
coutah R2 Mascoutah SecS T87a 
Michael Voellinger (1892) North 
Grove Tel. Summerfield 



Sackwitz, Fred (Katie Ospish) Ch 
Joseph, Albert; '"Grain Producing 
Farm" New Athens R3 Lenzburg 
Sec27-28 O200a (1864) Farmers Tel. 

New Athens 



Saenger, Fred (Mary Espenschied> 
Ch Laura, Adolph, *Otto; Mascou- 
tah Engelmann Sec4 O80a (1879> 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Saenger, Otto J. (Tena Werner) 
Mascoutah R3 Engelmann Secl7 
T80a Fred Saenger (1885) Looking- 
glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Saeer, Frank S. (Mary Haraebeck) 
Ch FraJicis, Herman, Marie, Ce- 
celia; Millstadt Rl Sugar Loaf Sec2 
T85a John Schroeder (1887) 

Saltenberger, Mrs. Louisa (Louisa 
Suemnicht) Edna and Elmer Slem- 
nicht and Ernest Muehlenbeck 
MillsUdt Rl Millstadt Sec2l Oi39a 
(1859) Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Sandidge, Clarence M. (Emma Rein- 
hemjer) Freeburg Freeburg Sec7 
O80a (1893) Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 

Sanget, Leo (Louise Adle) Ch Vin- 
cent, Margaffet, Antoinette; East St. 
Louis Rl Centerville Cahokia Com- 
monfields 032a (1888) 

Saquet, John (Eliza Suess) Ch Os- 
car, Katie, Ada, Johnnie, *Emily, 
♦Lizzie, *Josie, *Theodora; Mas- 
coutah R2 Mascoutah Secl8 Tllla 
Mrs. George Beattie (1889) Look- 
ing-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Saurewein, Henry (Julia BoUmeier) 
Ch Leona, Ernest Jr., Gustie, El- 
mer, Olga, Dorothy, Raymond; 
Marissa Rl Marissa Secl4 TlOOa 
Ernest Sauerwein (1874) Biddle- 
born Tel. Marissa 

Sauerwein, Henry L, (Clara Fiet- 
sam) Ch Ralph, Oliver, Earl, 
George, Henry, Bertha, Walter; 
New Athens R2 New Athens Secl6 
T200a Louis Joseph (1872) 

Saul, Albert (Frieda Pfannebecker) 
Ch Oliver, Eugene; Millstadt R2 
Millstadt Sec30 TlOOa Mrs. Frank 
Frierdick (1907) 

Sauzek. Martih F. (Caroline Herold) 
Ch Alvina, Arthur, Aurelia, Cyril; 
Freeburg R3 Millstadt SeclS Tl35a 
John B. Sauzek (1886) Floraville 
Tel. Floraville 

Schad Bros. Belleville Re St. Clair 
Secl2 T254a J. H. Hamill (1881) 

Schaefer, Edgar A. (Marietta Harms) 
Lebanon Rl OlFallbn Secll Tl20a 
William Schaefer Sr (1895) 

Schaefer, Mrs. Elizabeth (Elizabeth 
Morsheim) Ch Katie, Jacob, Mary, 
*Theresia, *A)n'na; Freeburg R3 
Smithton Sec32 Ol20a (1895) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 



Schaefer, Fred Sr. (Hattie Johnson) 
Ch William, Mabel^ Edith, Harold, 
♦Ethel, ♦Fred, ♦Martin, ♦Amiie, 
Jesse; Lebanon IRl O'Falloii Seel 
Ol27a Fred Schaefer Sr. (1866) 

Schaefer, George (Anna Reitermann) 
Ch vema, Beimice, Grace, George; 
Lebanon Rl Lebanon Sec8 O90a 
(1884) St. Jacob Tel. St. Jacob 

Schaefer John Sr. (Elizabeth Wen- 
zel) ICh John, Elizabeth, Jacob, An- 
drew, Catherine; Freeburg R3 
Smithton Sec28 Tl20a Mrs. Schae- 
fer (1870) Floraville Tel. Flora- 
ville 

Schaefer, Mrs. Louisa Ch Joseph, 
Bertha, Matilda, August; Freeburg 
RS Prairie DuLon^ SeclS T80a 
George Dintelman Floraville Tel. 
FloraviMe 

Schaefer, . Nicholas (P ih i 1 i p i n a 
Schwaegel) Ch Chairlie, Mary, 
Henry, William, Alois; "Schaefer 
Stock Farm" Freeburg R3 Prairie 
DuLong Sec9 Ol60a (1887) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 

Schaefer, Phillip Sr. CChristena Berc- 
ihere) Ch Clarence, Adela, Sylves- 
ter; New Athens R2 Prairie Du 
Long SeclS OSOa (1871) Floraville 
Tel. 'Floraville 

Schaefer, Phillip (Caroline Halbrech) 
Ch Richard F., Viola, Isabel, Har- 
old; Freeburg R2 New Athens 
Sec3 Tl06a Henry Schleuter Farm- 
ers Tel. Freeburg 

Schaefer. William Sr. (Mary iFohne) 
Ch Linda, Lotiise, ♦Bena, ♦George, 
♦Will, ♦Anna, ♦John, ♦Eddie, 
♦Mayme, *Della; Lebanon tRl 
O'Fallon Seel O200a (1857) Kin- 
loch Tel Lebanon 

Schaefer, William F. Jr. (Anna 
Krump) Ch Rayburn, Virginia, 
Marjorie; Lebanon Rl Lebanon 
Sec6 Tl75a Sarah Betzer (1887) 
Kinloch Tel. Lebanon 

Schaefifer, Otto (Margaret Stein- 
heimer) Ch Oliver, Virginia, Leila, 
Otto, Marguerite, Violet, Charley; 
New Athens R3 New Athens Sec23 
T80a Mrs. P. Mairtin (1887) Farm- 
ers Tel. New Athens 

Schafer, Henry Ch Jake, Adolph, 
Rose, Mary, Anna, Joseph, John; 
New Athens R2 Prairie DuLong 
Sec22 079a Farmers Tel. Hecker - 



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PRAIRIE FAJ?MER'S RELIABLE DliRECTORY 



Schaller, Philip J, (Anna Wach- 
smuth) Ch Viola, John, Wilmer. 
Elsie, Philip, Roy; New Athens iRS 
Lenzbuirg Sec9 0375a (1870) Farm- 
ers Tel. New Athens 

Schanz, August (Margaret Mueller) 
Ch Henry, Adam, Emma, *Annie, 
♦Louis, *Augusta, *Lizzie, *Ida; 
Mascoutah R3 Freeburg Secl3 O90a 
(1851) Kinloch Tel. Mascoutah 

Schanz, Herman C. (Sophia Ernst) 
Ch Pearl, Erna, Arlington, Ralph; 
Preeburg K2 Freeburg Sec35 Tl20a 
Mary Beste (1880) Kinlooh Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Schanz, Louis P. Mascoutah R3 

Engelmann Sec31 TlJ^a Louis 
Stien (1871) Looking-glass Prairie 
Tel. Mascoutah 
Schanz, Mrs. Mary (Mary Keller) 
Ch Edward, Philip, Louis, Charles, 
♦Adeliaj New Athens Rl Prairie 
DuLong Sec24 Tl84 Jacob Mueller 
(1866) Kinloch Tel. New Athens 

Schaperkoetter, vVilliam M. (Hilda 
Baldus) Ch William, Thelma; 
O'Fallon R2 Caseyville Sec27 T79a 
Minnie Schaperkoetter (1894) 

Scharf, Benhard Belleville R5 Stookey 
Sec21 Tl20a Scharf Est. (1866) 
Farmers Tel. Millstadt 

Scharf, C. Richard (Rosa Haas) Ch 
Dorothy, Erwin; Millstadt Rl Mill- 
stadt Sec4 T93a John Scharf (1887)' 
Millstaat Tel. Millstadt 

Scharf, Henry Ch Tillie, Elmer, Jid- 
win, Martha; Belleville IR4 Stookey 
Secl7 T80a H. Scharf (1871) Fairm- 
ers Tel. Millstadt 

Scharf, John L. (Maggie Metzger) Ch 
Aneta. Andella, Lauretta; Belle- 
ville R5 Stookey Sec21 Tl20a John 
Scharf Sr. (1881) rarmers Tel. 
Millstadt 

Scharf, John Jr. (Hulda Haas) Ch 
Frieda, William, Olga; Belleville 
R4 Stookey Sec27 Ol40a (1874) 
Farm.ers Tel. Millstadt 

Scharschmidt, George (Hannah 

Keim) New Athens R3 New Ath- 
ens Sec33 075a (1872) (Farmers Tel. 
New Athens 

Schaubert, E. George (Elizabeth A. 
Brede) Ch Irene, Luella; Mascou- 
tah R2 Mascoutah Sec23 Ol40a 
(1873) Looking-glass Tel. Mascou- 
tah 



Schaubert, Henry (Augusta D. Stein) 
Ch Walter, Estelle; New Baden Rl 
Mascoutah Sec24 Ol35a (1876) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

SchaumlefFel, WUliam B, (Belle 
Hughes) Ch Hubert, William Jr.; 
"Elmwood Farm" Belleville R5 St. 
Clair Sec30 Tl95a {Charles A. 
Stookey (1883) Bell Tel. BellevilDe 

Schaumloeffel, WiUiam (Nancy Mc- 
Guire) Ch *Hubert, *William; 
Belleville R4 Stookey Secl2 071a. 
(1850) Kinloch Tel. Belleville 

Scheffdordecker, Peter G^ (Louisa 
Ahlhern) Ch Lena; New Athens RS 
New Athens Seel 0261a (1864) 
Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Scheibel, Ludwig J. (Millie Betteien> 
Ch Joseph, Millie, Adolph; O'Fal- 
lon Rl OTallon Sec32 TlOOa Mary 
Adkinson (1871) 

Schemke, Mrs, Emma (Emma 
Prick) 'Ch Roland, Willie, Leola„ 
Teil, Florence, Leona, Fredericik; 
New Athens R3 Lenzburg Sec2T 
O20a (1887) 

Schenke, Fritz (Mary E. Beckmann) 
Ch Emma, *Matilda, *Philip, *Fritz 
Jr., *William, *Uustave, *Otto, 
♦Walter; Lenzburg Marissa Sec5 
O40a (1800) 

Schcrer, John P. fHilda Tiberend) 
Ch Ralph; Mascoutah R3 Engel- 
man Sec3-30 O40a T200a Julius 
Postel (1882) Kinloch Tel. Mas- 
coutah 

Schert, Nick Lizzie Fischer, sister; 
Waterloo R3 Millstadt Sec2S O40a 
(1874) 

Scheutz, William A. New Athens RS 

New Athens Sec36 Tl65a Anton 
Scheutz (1888) Farmers Tel. New 
Athens 

Schickedanz, Adam Sr. (Elizabeth 
Triefenbach) Ch W. Adam, Freda, 
Elmer, .i-k.ueline, *Lizzie, *Bertha; 
"Pleasant Hill Creamery Farm** 
Lenzburg Rl Marissa Sec2 Ol70a 
(1872) Darmstadt Tel. Marissa 

Schickedanz, Christoph Jr. (Anna M. 
Eidmann) Ch B. Julia, Gust C, 
Walter G., *Bertha; Lenzburs: Rl 
Marissa Sec2 0315a (1868) Darm- 
stadt Tel. Marissa 

Schickedanz, Conrad (Elizabeth 
Steinheimer) Ch Edna, Robert, 
Viola; Marissa R2 Marissa Secl7 
Tl90a Mrs. William Kunze (1880) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Schickedanz, George (Mary C. Lehr) 
Ch George A. P.. Arthur E.; "High 
Hill Stock Farm" Marissa Rl Ma- 
rissa Sec2 Tl40a Peter Schickedanz 
(1882) Darmstadt Tel. Marissa 

Schickedanz, Henry (Christina 
Schickedanz) Ch Henry Jr., *Mary, 
*Conrad; Marissa Rl Mairissa 
Secl2 Ol52a (1857) Darmstadt Tel. 

Marissa 

Schildknecht, Jacob (Lizzie Wein- 
acht) Ch Edwin, Freda; O'Fallon 
R2 O'Fallon Sec22 OSOa (1865) 
Kinloch Tel. O'Fallon 

Schilling, Adolph (Bertha Weil) Ch 
Harold, Helen; Lebanon R2 O'Fal- 
lon Sec33 T87a Adolph Weil (1882) 
Kinloch Tel. O'Fallon 

Schindler, George W. (Clara Amma) 
Ch Loretta, Frederick, Clemence, 
Raymond; Belleville R6 St. Clair 
Secl3 T90a E. O. Biebel (1885) 
Bell Tel. Belleville' 

Schinzing, Frank CAda Hill) Ch 
Frank, Ben, Earl; Marissa R2 Lenz- 
burg Sec27 Ol60a William Knewitz 
(1901) Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Schinzing, Paul (Berlha Bierwiirth) 
Ch Orville, Dorothy, Leroy; Free- 
burg Rl Smithton Secl2 Farm 
Hand William Reichert (1890) 

Schlichter, Robert (W^nda Lempke) 
Ch Vernon Mascoutah Rl Engel- 
mann Secl4 OSOa (1890) Looking- 
glass lel. Mascoutah 

Schlichter. Walter A. (Hilda Dick- 
haut) Ch Wilma, Merl; Mascoutah 
Rl Engelmann Secl4 OlOOa (1896) 
Looking-glass. Tel. Mascoutah 

Schlueter, Anna M. (Anna Ober- 
nagel) Ch Elmer, Lorena, Erwin, 
George, Edward; Freeburg R2 New 
Athens Sec3 078a (1882) Farmers 
Tel. Preeburg 

Schlueter, August (Josephine Wolf) 
Ch Emil, Arthur, Herbert, Olga, 
Freida, * Walter; Freeburg R2 New 
Athens SeclO 0277a (1869) Farm- 
ers Tel. New Athens 

Schmelzel, Max W. Freeburg R2 New 

.'Xth^sns Sec3 OlOOa (1880) Farmers 
Tel. Freeburg 

Schmid, Fred W. (Cecelia Schrader) 
Ch Vincent, Cecelia; Dupo Sugar 
Loaf Cahokia Commonfields Tl20a 
A. M. Lewis (1814) 



Schmierbauch, John (Catherine 
Mueth) Ch Elmer, Raymond, 1.1a, 
Arthur, Cecelia, August; Freebuig 
R3 Prairie DuLong Sec5 Tl60a 
Ida Schmierbauch Floraville Tel. 
'Floraville 

Schmierbach, Peter A. (Minnie 
Waeltz) Ch Oscar, Myrtle, Norma, 
Russell; Marissa R2 Lenzburg 
Sec35 Tl60a Windle Kirchoefer 
(1913) Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Schmidt, August (Henrietta Ernst) 
Ch Lou,'sa, Leonard, *F'-ed, *Della; 
Belleville R4 Stookey SeclO 068 
(1867) Farmers Tel. Millstadt 

Schmidt, August B. (Sophia Zimmer- 
mann) Mascoutah R3 Engelmann 
Sec29 Tl22a Louisa Schmidt (1885) 
Looking-glass Tel. Fayetteville 

Schwarz, Benjamin (Caroline- Sturn) 
Ch John, Eicher, Alma; New Athens 
Rl New Athens Secl9 Ol38Ha 
(1876) Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Schmidt, Charles (Louisa B. Leh- 
mann) Ch Walter E.; Marissa R2 

Marissa Secl8 OlOOa (1877) Short 
Line Tel. Marissa 
Schmidt, Edward W. (Tillie Gross- 
man) Ch Raymond; Millstadt R2 
Millstadt Sec24 T80a Emma 
Schmid (1878) Floraville Tel. 
Floraville 

Schmidt, Fred (Bertha Seifreid) Mill- 
stadt R2 Sugar Loaf Seel Ol20a 
(1860) Farmers Tel. Millstadt 

Schmidt, George L. (Nellie Smith) 
Ch George, Lizzette, Arthur, Clar- 
ence; Freeburg Ra Freebug Sec27 
Tl.59a Louis Ross (1878) 

Schmidt, Henry R. (Ernestine Kne- 
witz) Ch Anna, Rudolph, Albert, 
Willie, Viola; Marissa R2 Marissa 
Sec9 Tl40a Wm. Willie (1891) 
Hickory Grove Tel. Marissa 

Schmidt, Otto F. (Emma Hacker) Ch 
.Elnora, Elmer, Marie; Marissa R2 
Marissa Sec29 T200a John Hotz 
(1875) West Dozaw Tel. Marissa 

Schmidt, Otto G. (Mary Kunze) Ma- 
rissa R2 Marissa Sec20 021a (1888) 
Short Line Tel. Marissa 

Schmidt, Sebastian A. (Laurina Jos- 
eph) Ch Raymond, Maynard; O'Fal- 
lon Rl O'Fallon Sec9 Tll6a Louis 
Joseph (1882) Kinloch Tel. O'Fal- 
lon 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Schmisseur, Albert A. (Laura Wag- 
ner) Ch Robert, Carmen; Belleville 
Rl St. Clair Sec35 T90a Eugene 
Schmisseur (1893) 

Schmisseur, Walter C. (Malinda 
Stockel) Ch Lavera; BeUeville R3 
Stookey SeclS T70a Frank Schmis- 
seur (1886) 

Schmitt, Edward J. (Louisa Snyder) 
Ch Florence, Raymond; Lebanon 
Rl Lebanon OlSOa (1877) Kinloch 
Tel. Lebanon 

Schmitt, Julius J. (Bertha E. Hug) 
Ch Milton, Bernice; Lebanon Rl 
Lebanon Secl7 078a (1918) Kin- 
loch Tel. Lebanon 

Schmitz, Nicholas Jr. (Mary Blake) 
Ch Thelma; Mascoutah R3 Engel- 
mann Sec9 Tl20a Nicholas Schmitz 
Sr. (1889) Looking-glass Tel. Mas- 
coutah 

Schmoll Bros. "Dutch Hill Farm" 
Lenzburg Lenzburg Secl4 O360a 
(1886) Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Schneider, Charles H. (Alvina Schal- 
ler) Ch Herman, Anna, Regina, 
Carl, *Peter, *Emil, ♦Alvina; Lenz- 
burg Lenzburg Secll O70Ca (1862) 
Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Schneider, Emil (Regina Moeller) Ch 
Arnold, Wilbert, Emil Jr.; Lenz- 
burg Rl Lenzburg Seel TlOOa 
Charles H. Schneider (1890) Farm- 
ers Tel. New Athens 

Schneider, George (Katharine Am- 
born) Ch Hilda, Dora, *Bertha; 
Waterloo R3 Millstadt Sec?S 061a 
(1864) Flora\alle Tel, Floraville 

Schneidier, Henry J. (Matilda Can- 
pert) Ch Henry G., Louisa, Wil- 
liam; Lenzburg Lenzburg Secl2 
0344a (1851) 

Schneider, Jacob E. Freeburg R2 New 
Athens Secll T40a Emma Schnei- 
der (1889) Farmers Tel. Freeburg 

Schneider, John (Minnie Giese) Ch 
AlvHn; Millstadt R2 Millstadt Sec22 
O50a (1373) Floraville Tel. Flora- 
ville 

Schneidier, Joseph P. (Catherine 
Schneider) Ch Freddie, Frank; 
Millstadt R2 Millstadt Sec26 Ol20a 
(1919) Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Schneider, Louis A. Ch Herman, Wil- 
liam, Mathilda; Waterloo R3 Mill- 
stadt SecloS Ol20a (1905) Farm- 
ers Fountain Tel. Waterloo 



Schneidier, Otto A. (Anna S. Weik) 
Ch Clarence, Leroy; Freeburg R3 
Smithton Secl5 Tl50a Gregory 
Rapp (1885) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Schneider, Peter J. (Adelia Eckert) 
Ch Wilma, Harold, Ruth, Peter; 
"Blue Grass Valley Farm" Lenz- 
burg Lenzburg Seel Tl20a Charles 
Schneider (1887) Farmers Tel. New 
Athens 

Schneppe, Frederick C. Eidgemont 
Sta. East St. Louis R4 Caseyville 
Sec32 Farm Mgr. Fred Schneppe 
Sr (1878) 

Schnur, Henry (Catherine Eckert) 
Mascoutah Rl Engelmann SeclS 
Tl20a Philip Schnur (1895) Look- 
ing-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Schnur, Henry G. (Annie Schanz) 
Ch Oscar, Bennie, Raymond, Wal- 
ter; Freeburg R2 Freeburg Sec25 
Ol30a (1869) Kinloch Tel. Mascou- 
tah 

Schnur, Philip (Mary Baehr) Ch Ar- 
thur, *Henry, ♦Fred, ♦Ella, ♦Emile, 
♦Otilda; Mascoutah Rl Engelmann 
Secll O200a (1895) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Schobet, Adam (Maggie Stock) Ch 
Joseph, William; Belleville R3 Cas- 
eyville Sec27 O80a (1868) 

Schobert, Joseph Lebanon Mascou- 
tah Sec7 04aa (1872) 

Schoene, Benjamin J: (Emma M. Hir- 
stein) Ch Lydia, Edna, ♦Arthur J.; 
Trenton R2 Mascoutah Sec3 Ol20a 
(1867) North Grove Tel. Summer- 
field 

Schoene, Benjamin P. (Elizabeth Lei- 
brock) Ch Benjamin, Russell; 
Trenton R2 Lebanon Sec23 T240a 
Mrs. Daniel Nies (1872) North 
Grove Tel, Summerfield 

Schoene. Henr/ G, (Mary Sewald) 
Ch Ella E.; Trenton R2 Mascoutah 
Sec2 O410a (1865) North Grove 
Tel, Summerfield' 

Schoenhofen, Theodore (Elizabeth 
Kaufhold) Ch Agnes, Aloys, Fred, 
Katharine, Louis, Elizabeth, Tony, 
Edward, *Theodore, ♦Minnie; Edge- 
mont Sta, East St. Louis R4 Casey- 
ville SecSO Tl22a Clara Clark (1891) 

Scbopher, WiUiam (Anna Weis) Ch 
Walter, Arthur. Olga; New Athens 
R3 Lenzburg Secl6 T200a Knewitz 
(1901) Farmers Tel, New Athens 



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Schorr, Albert G. (Adele Biehl) Ch 
Sylvester; Millsta<Jt Rl Millstadt 
Sec21 Tl21a John Schorr (1889) 
Schorr, John (Mary Bruehl) Ch Ed- 
ward, Arthur, Amanda, ♦Richard, 
♦Albert, *Mamie; Millstadt Rl 
Millstadt Secll Ol70a (1863) Mill- 
stadt Tel. Millstadt 

Schrang, Ferdinand (Mary G. Bur- 
relsman) Ch Elizabeth, Alphonse, 
Gertrude; Edgemont Sta. East St. 
Louis R4 Canteen SecU OSOa 
(1871) 

Schrang, Joseph (Mary P. Jarvis) Ch 
Mary, Louise, Joseph, Lco, Agnes, 
Stephen, Rose, Elizabetb; Edge- 
mont Sta. East St Louis R3 Can- 
teen Secl6 055j4a (1868) Bell Tel. 
Bridge 

Schroeder, August (Ida B. Bentz) Ch 
Oliver, Hilda, Esther, *Emma, ♦Jul- 
ius; Mascoutah R2 Mascoutah Sec4 
Ol56a (1862) North Grove Tel. 
Summerfield 

Schroeder, Edward (Jennie Nennin- 
ger) Ch Oliver C, ♦Adam P.; "Avi- 
ation View Farm" Belleville R6 
Shiloh Valley Secl5 OTSJ^a (1856) 
Bell Tel. Belleville 

Schubert, Leo ML (Freda Weygant) 
Ch Leo, Marion; Freeburg R2 Free- 
burg Sec5 Ol2Ha T25a Rosalie 
Schubert (1892) 

Schubert, Louis (Sophie Perraltef) 
Ch Arville, Gladys; BelleviUe R6 
Shiloh Valley Sec23 TlOOa Mrs. M. 
Perraltet (1872) Looking-glass 
Prairie Tel. Mascoutah 

Schubert, Walter T. (Amanda Rode- 
mich) Ch Kenneth, Roland, Stan- 
ley, Wilma; Millstadt. Rl Millstadt 
SeclO Ol21a (1885) Millstadt Tel. 
Millstadt 

Schuetz, Peter B. (Amelia L. Voelkel) 
'Ch Emma, Amelia, George, Rosa, 
Clara, ♦Margaret; Belleville R6 Shi- 
loh Valley Sec20 Ol08Ha TlOe^a 
A. Emil V. Fuchs (1870) Bell Tel. 
Belleville 

Schuh, Jacob (Magdalena Emmerich) 
Ch Alma, Rosa; Belleville Rl Shi- 
loh Valley Sec23 T200a Henry Em- 
merich (1874) Looking-glass Prairie 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Schulz, Jacob (Elizabeth Barthel) Ch 
Alrna, Clara, Ellen, August, Law- 
rence, Lena, ♦Rose, ♦Mary; New 
Athens Rl Prairie DuLong Sec35 
Ol40a (1863) Farmers Tel. New 
Athens and Hecker 



Schuster, Fred (Louisa Petri) Ch 
Philip F., Ella S., ♦Lena, ♦Fred Jr., 
♦Walter, ♦Arthur, ♦Henry, ♦George, 
♦Edward, ♦Alfred, ♦William; Lcnz- 
bug Rl Fayetteville Sec32 Ol70a 
(1859) German Line Tel. New Ath- 
ens 

Schuster, Jacob (Marie Maier) Ch 
Herman, Adolph, Augusta; New 
Athens R3 New Athens Sec34 Tl20a 
William Hessick (1870) Farmers 
Tel. New Athens 

Schuster, Philip Jr. Freda Schuster, 
mother; Lenzburg Fayetteville 
Sec32 Ol60a (1868) Hickory Grove 
Tel. Marissa 

Schuster, Philip P. (Mary M, Quick- 
ert) Ch Adam, Gustave; LerLzburg 
Rl Fayetteville Sec31 O250a (1865) 
German Line Tel. New Athens 

Schwab, Charles (Mena Muskopf) Ch 
Walter, Elsie, Edwin, Selma, Les- 
ter; Millstadt R2 Millstadt Sec25 
Ol20a (1865) Floraville Tel. Flora- 
ville 

Schwab, Fred J. (Mary Wessel) Ch 
Robert; Millstadt R2 Millstadt 
Sec25 Ol30a (1875) Flo'aville Tel. 
Floraville 

Schwaegal, Adolph C. (Barbara Fell- 
ner) O'Fallon R2 Caseyville Sec23 
TlOOa Jacob Schwaegel (1889) Kin- 
loch Tel. O'Fallon 

Schwaegal, August F. (Theresa Kabu- 
reck) Ch Amanda, Alma, Walter; 
BellevUle Rl St. Clair Sec25 T85a 
A. J. Mueller (1875) 

Schwaegal, Frank (Johanna Keller) 
Ch Oscar 'C, Clara, Caroline, Wil- 
liam, Edgar, Irvin, Hugo, Leo, Sel- 
ma, Elmer, Elnora, "Schwaegal 
Stock and Grain Farm" BellevUle 
R2 Smithton Sec30 O204^a (1872) 
Farmers Tel. lloraville 

Schwaegal, Jacob (Lucy Nunier) Ch 
Otto, Ed-win, Theodore, Stella, El- 
la, ♦Adolph; O'Fallon R2 O'Fallon 
Secl8 T407a Sam Smiley (1860) 
Smiley Tel. O'Fallon 

Schwaegal, John (Cardula Lindnez) 
Ch Amelia, Matilda, Rudo'ph, Ray- 
mond, Herbert, Orville; Millstadt 
R2 Millstadt Sec36 Ol55a (1878) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Schwagle, Charles (Lena Munier) Ch 
Edmund, Arthur, Olivia, ♦Clarence; 
Belleville R2 Smithton Secl6 OllOa 
(1866) Bell Tel. Belleville 



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Schwartz, Joseph Belleville R2 Smith- 
ton SeclO T78Ha Mrs. Frank 
Schwartz 

Schwartz, Philip (Lena Henderson) 
Ch Edward, Charles, Samuel, Cora, 
Arthur, Ethel, *Anna, *Lula, ♦Min- 
nie, *Frances, *Tillie, *Joseph; 
Edegmont Sta. East St. Louis R4 
Canteen Sec25 08a (1880) Bell Tel. 
East St. Louis 

Schwarz, Frank J. (Luzina Nehring) 
BeUeville R5 Stookey Sec36 O80a 
(1870) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Schwarz, Frederick (Emma E. Zoel- 
ler) Ch Irwin, Lawrence, Lorene; 
"Happy Hollow Farm" New Athens 
Rl Praire DuLong Sec35 Ol40a 
(1878) Farmers Line Tel. New 
Athens 

Schwarz, Henry J. (Mary Grodeon) 
Zh Flora; Lebanon Ra O'Fallon 
Sec26 054a (1875) Kinloch Tel. 
Lebanon 

Schwarz, Joseph (Caroline Ross) Ch 
Lorena, Nita, Areola; Freeburg R2 
Freeburg Secl6 Ol60a (1864) Kin- 
loch Tel. Freeburg 

Schwebel, Henry (Sophia Keller) Ch 
Herman, Anne, Ralph, *Lizzie, 
*Julia, *Fred, *Maggie, *Lena, 
*Mary, *Clara, *Edna; New Athens 
Rl New Athens Sec29 0235a (1849) 
Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Schwinn, Frederick A. Ch Rose, Kath- 
eryn, Fred. Mnldred, Ruth, Gladys; 
Belleville R4 Stookev Sec2 0246a 
(1852) Kinloch Tel. Belleville 

Schwinn, Frederick L. "Hill Crest 
Farm" BellevUle R4 Stookey Sec2 
T280a Fred A. Schwinn (1895) 
Kinloch Tel. Belleville 

Scott, Felix (Jennie Etherington) Ch 
Myrtle. Halline. Mildred; ''Vitality 
Milk Company Farm" OFallon Rl 
Shiloh Valley Secl7 TlSoa George 
TTedemann (1876) Bell Tel. Belle- 
ville 

Scott, Felix M. (Vinnie E. Ethering- 
ton) Ch Myrtle E., Mary H., *Mil- 
dred; "Vitality Milk Company 
Farm" O'Fallon Rl Shiloh Valley 
Secl7 Tl32.5a G. W. Tiedemann 
(1877) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Seeger, Henry P. (Mary Werhmann) 
Ch John, *Frank. *Henry. *Joseph, 
*Katy, *Lizzie, *Anna: Millstadt Rl 
Millstadt Sec6 O90a (1880) 



Seering, Charles Lena Seering, moth- 
er; Augusta, sister; Lenzburg Rl 
Fayetteville Sec27 Tl20a Mathes 
Koch (1877) Farmers Tel. Darm- 
stadt 

Seewald, Henry E. (Amelia Tecklen- 
burg) Ch Roy; Trenton R2 Mas- 
coutah Sec2 T97a Seewald Est. 
(1862) North Grove Tel. Summer- 
field 

Seib, Edward (Freda Baltz) Audrey, 
Mural; Millstadt Rl Millstadt Sec4: 
T40a George Hancorner (1894) 
Millstadt Tel. Millstadt 

Seib, Louis F. (Id^ Beucher) Ch 
Martha, Florence, Walter, Marie, 
Millstadt Rl Millstadt Secl4 TlOOa 
(1878) Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Seibel, Henry J. (Minnie Kepler) Ch 
Edward, Hanah, Henry, Louis, 
♦John, *Fred, *Margaret; Belle- 
ville R3 Caseyville Sec33 085a 
(1850) Kinloch Tel. Belleville 

Seibert, Albert L, (Mamie Werk) 
Belleville Rl Smithton Sec30 Tl40a 
Mrs. August Seibert (1879) Bell 
Tel. Belleville 

Seibert, Arthur (Anna K. Mults) Ch 
Valerie, Levi; O'Fallon Rl Shiloh 
Valley Sec4 Tl23a George Seibert 
Est. (1879) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Seibert, Charles B. (Amanda C. 
Renner) Ch Inez, Mildred; Belle- 
ville Rl Shiloh Valley Sec22 Tl60a 
Edwin Schroeder (1882) 

Seibert, Erwin W. (Helen A. Ren- 
ner) Ch Russell J.; Belleville R6 
Shiloh Valley Secl4 T98Ha Adam 
Seibert (1687) Rufai Tel. Mas- 
coutah 

Seibert, Gustav (Carv^line E. Traut- 
mann) Ch Leona, Cleda, Arnold; 
"Sunny Heights Farm" Freeburg 
Rl Smithton SeclS O80a (1869) 
Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 

Seibert, Henry A. (Leona Meyer) Ch 
Hugo Louis; Trenton R2 Lebanon 
Sec35 Tl40a Adam Schmale (1908) 

Seibert, Henry C. (Gussie B. Knobe- 
loch) Ch Virginia L. H., Orville H.; 
Belleville Rl Sh loh Valley Sec27 
Tl90a Henry Knobeloch (1882) 
Bell Tel. Belleville 

Seibert, Henry G. (Bertha Mueller) 
Ch Robert L.; Mascoutah R3 
Engelmann Sec30 Ol60a (li 
Looking-glass Tel. Fayetteville 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Seibert, Henry G. Belleville Rl 

Shiloh Valley Sec30 Tl55a Mrs. 
Augusta Seibert (1885) Bell Tel. 
Belleviille 

Seibert, John F. (Katie Nolt) Ch 
Earl A., Allen C; Belleville Rl 
Shiloh Valley Sec34 Tl40a Mary 
Seibert (1884) Loking-glass Prairie 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Seibert, Leopold Mascoutah Rl 
Engelmann Secl3 Ol21^a (1664) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Seibert, Louis (Augusta Schneider) 
Ch Wilmer, Irene; Mascoutah Rl 
Engelmann SeclS T80a Fred 
Schneider (1919) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Seibert, Theodore (Leona Raeth) Ch 
Orreson: Belleville Rl Shjloh Val- 
ley Sec34 Tl60a Mary Seibert 
(1891) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Seifried, Louis (Margaret Keller) Ch 
Edna, Waldo; Millstadt Rl Mill- 
stadt Secl2 075a (1870) 

Seipp, Peter (Sarah Wrigly) Ch 
John, Edward, Loretta, *Tillie, 
*Mamie; CaseyviUe Rl Caseyville 
Sec2 Tl50a Henry Bardelmier 
(1858) 

Seipp, Tony S. (Elsa Roger) Ch 
Raymond, Eugene, Viola; Casey- 
viUe Rl Caseyville Sec3 T60a N. 
Schullar (1906) Kinloch Tel. Col- 
linsville 

Seitz, George (Matilda Tyberend) 
Ch Myrtle; Mascoutah Rl Mas- 
coutah Sec33 Tl07a Fred Blum 
(1907) Looking-gtftss Tel. Mas- 
coutah 

Seitz, Oscar L. Ch Elenore, Leroy; 
Mascoutah R3 Engelmann Sec32 
T57a Jacob Seitz (1889) Looking- 
glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Selle, August H. (Tillie Schott) Ch 
August, Helen; Marissa R3 Marissa 
Sec25 OlOOa (1903) 

Sens, Mrs. Peter (Dickhaut) Ch 
Hilda, Ervin, Walter, Leona, 
Olinda, Beulah; Belleville R2 
Smithton Sec9 Tl30a Gundlach 
Est. (1878) Kinloch Tel. Bellev'lle 

Sensel, Peter (Anna Metzenbacher) 
Ch Levi, Lorena; Waterloo R4 
Millstadt Sec25S 059i^a (1872) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Sewald, Arthur and Kate "Maple 
Grove Farm" Summerfield Rl Mas- 
coutah Sec2 T63a Sewald Est. 
North Grove Tel. Summerfield 



Sewald, Henry Lebanon Lebanon 
Sec33 Ol95a (1858) Farmers Tel. 

Sewald, Michael (Catherine M. 
Lanter) Ch Edwin, Stella, Flor- 
ence, Philip; Mascoutah R2 Mas- 
coutah SeclO 0149a (1864) North 
Grove Tel. Summerfield 

Shafer, Ferdinand (Dora Roth) Ch 
Katie, Willam, Leo, Josephine; 
New Athens R2 Prairie DuLong 
Sec22 O90a (1895) Farmers Tel. 
Hecker 

Shaller, William (Anna Huth) Ch 
Herman, Elmer, Adelia, Edward; 
"Dutch Hill Stock Farm" Lcnz- 
burg Rl Lenzburg Secll O600a 
Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Shonty, Jacob (Adlena Schmulbach) 
Ch Frank and Ernest Kolen- 
berger; East Carondelet Rl Sugar 
Loaf Cahokia Commonfields 04a 
(1903) 

Short, R. S. (Nancy Housten) Ma- 
rissa Marissa Sec26 Tl75a William 
Meek (1918) Tilden Tel. Marissa 

Siebert, Albert W. (Anna Valerius) 
Ch Arthur, Grace, Myrtle, Irene, 
Richard, Ethel "Meadow Brook 
Stock Farm" Belleville R2 Smith- 
ton SeclO OlOOa (1876) Belleville 
Tel. Belleville 

Siebert, George (Lena Berteloth) 
Ch Anita, Kermit. Kenneth; Mill- 
stadt Rl Millstadt Secl2 037a 
(1875) Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Siegel, Conrad P. (Mary Seitz) Leb- 
anon Lebanon SecSO 044a (1869) 

Siegel, George (Bena Schaefer) Ch 
Mane, Omar; Trenton R2 Leban- 
on Sec9 Tl20a Jacob Killian (1880) 

Siegel, Philip Jr. (Lulu Harpstrit) 
Ch Edward, Amelia, Bernetta; 
Lebanon Rl O'Fallon Secli T80a 
Katie Rock (1877) 

Siegel, William Sr. (Margaret Fohne) 
Ch Louise. Conrad. John, *George, 
♦William Jr.; Troy Rl O'Fallon 
Sec3 O304a (1868) Kinloch T,«l. 
Troy 

Siegel, William Jr. C Mamie Loyet) 
Ch Florence; Lebanon Rl O'Fallon 
Sec2 TlOOa William Siegel Sr 
(1893) Kinloch Tel. Troy 

Siegman, Fred (Louise Winter) Ch 
Olinda, Fred Jr., *Edward; Lenz- 
burg Marissa Sec7 OlOOa (1870) 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIAB?LE DIRECTORY 



Siekmann, Casper (Louisa Evers- 
mann) Ch Louise, Veronica, Cas- 
per, Raphael, Leo, Herold, Ursula, 
Irenaus, Norbert, Justin; Edgemont 
Sta. East St. Louis R4 East St. 
Louis Sec25-26 T50a Theresa Siek- 
mann (1875) Bell Tel. East St. 
Louis 

Siekmann, Joseph (Anna L. Warn- 
ing) Ch Mamie, Joseph, Clara, 
Lizzie; Edgemont Sta. East St. 
Louis Canteen Sec23 O50a (i860) 

Simm, Louis (Esther Eckert) Ch 
Elaine; Marissa Rl Marissa Seel 
T40a G. M. Simm (1915) Bididle- 
born Tel. Marissa 

Skaer, Arthur H. (Anna Grommet) 
Ch Myrtle, Russell, Vernon; Belle- 
ville R2 Smithton Sec29 OlOOa 
floraville Tel. Floraville 

Skaer. Oscar (Katie Bremer) Ch 
Marjorie; New Athens Rl P/aine 
DuLong Scc23 Tl36a , Charles 
Skaer (1888) Farmers Line lei. 
New Athens 

Skaer. PhiUip (Louisa PifefEer) 
Ch Kate, Louis, George, Henry, 
William, Lulu, *Phillip, •Elizabeth; 
New Athena R2 Prairie DuLong 
SeclO 0293a (1861) Floraville Tel. 
Floraville 

Skaer, Phillip H. Jr. (Katie Gauch) 
Ch Mildred; New Athens R2 
Prairie DuLong Secl5 T90a Phillip 
Skaer Sr. (1889) 

Skaer, William J. (Ida Propst) Ch 
Orlin, Nelda, Leo, Clarence, Or- 
lando, Oliver; Freeburg R3 MiU- 
stadt Secl2S Ol05a (1874) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 

Slavin, John W. (Zoella Lawrence) 
Ch James, Myrtle, John; O'Fallon 
R2 Caseyville Sec25 021a (1905^ 
Kinloch Tel O'Fallon 

Slieper, Frederick (Nettie Craft) 
New Athens R3 Lenzburg Sec32 
O40a (1884) Farmers Tel. New 
Athens 

Slogier, Steven (Frances DodoUouch) 
Ch Steven Jr., Julia, Anna, Stanley, 
Barney; Belleville R3 St. Clair 
Secl8 T37a Mrs. Geo. Rebhan 
(1889) 

Smith, Alonzo M. (Fannie F. Phil- 
lips) Ch Delmar; Freeburg Rl 
Smithton Sec35 040a (1872) Farm- 
ers Tel. Freeburg 



Smith, Erwin (Philipina Quirin) Ch 
Clarence, LaVerne; Freeburg R2 
New Athens Secl2 OlOOa (1867) 
Farmers Tel. Freeburg 

Smith, Elmer W. (Dorothy Metzler) 
Millstadt R2 Millstadt Sec35 T40a 
Henry Kerless (1866) Floraville 
Tel. Floraville 

Smith, Isaac (Luella Gamble) Ch 
J. .Boynton, Mary L., *Martha E., 
Marissa R2 Marissa Sec30 Ol60a 
(1858) West Dozaw Tel. Marissa 

Smith, Joseph P. (Ruth Chesney) Ch 
Lee, *Blanche, ♦Robert, *Mildred; 
"Fairview Farm" Freeburg Free- 
burg Sec 19 072a (1891) Kinloch 
Tel. Freeburg 

Snyder, M. A. (Maud M. Miller) Ch 
Jean, Edward; "Little Oak Farm" 
Belleville Shiloh Valley Se 18 Tl85a 
A. F. Miller (1875) Kinloch Tel. 
Belleville 

Sommer, Anton F. (Catherine Mat- 
tern) Ch Evangeline, Joseph; Mas- 
coutah Rl Engelmann Sec2 Tl73a 
Fred Siest (1889) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Sommer, Louis C. (Rosa Tichi) Ch 
Wilhelmina; Marissa RS Lenzburg 
Sec34 T200a Fred Sommer (1917) 
Farmers Tel. Bald^win 

Sommer, Michael Jr. (Sophia Kram- 
per) Ch Henry, Sylvester, Sever- 
inne, Antonia, Catharine, Gene- 
vieve; "Maple Wood" Marissa Rl 
Fayetteville SeclO Tl20a Anna 
Kramper (1903) Farmers Tel. St. 
Libory 

Soulsby, William H. (Louisa 
Quellmlz) Belleville R3 Caseyville 
Sec34 T60a Amiel Thouvenot (1871) 

Spalt, Adolph (Paulina Oster) Ch 
Elsie, Edwin, Alma, Henry; New 
Athens R2 Prairie DuLong Sec32 
Ol40a (1870) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Sparwasser, Carl (Marj' Gummer- 
sheimer) Ch Roberta, Milard, 
Mearl; Columbia Rl Sugar Loaf 
Secll T200a Mrs. Fred! Sparwas- 
ser (1882) Farmers Fountain Tel. 
Columbia 

Sped, Joe W. (Elizabeth Nehring) Ch 
Irma; Freeburg Rl Smithton Secl4 
Ol35a (1869) Kinloch Tel. Free- 
burg 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS. ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Sped, Mike (Anne Nehring) Ch Edna, 
Milton; Freeburg R2 New Athens 
Sec2 0173a (1860) Farmers Tel. 
Freeburg 
Speichinger, Herman (Katy Danne- 
hold) Ch Jacob, Mathias, Alfred, 
Adelia, Sylvester, Freda, Leo, Mary, 
Isabel; Millstadt R2 Millstndt Sec32 
Ol95a (1877) Millstadt Tel. Mill- 
stadt 
Speichinger, Lawrence (Elizabeth 
Walker) Ch John, Louis, Ed-ward, 
Eugene, *Johanna,*Joseph, *Cather- 
ine; Millstadt Rl Millstadt Secli 
Ol40a (1863) Millstadt Tel. Mill- 
stadt 
Spengler, John A. (Lizzie Schanuel) 
Ch Elva, Elmer, Ralph, Lucretia, 
John, Beulah: O'Fallon Rl O'Fal- 
lon Sec8 T94a Ben Albert (1913^ 

Spitzmass, Herman Ch Theodore, 
Hilda, *Otis, *Herman, *George, 
*Lulu, ♦Emma; Belleville Rl Free- 
burg Sees 0289a (1851) Kinloch 
Tel. Belleville 

Spitzmass, Otto (Luella Wilderman) 
Ch Raymond, Ethel, Vera; Belle- 
ville Rl Freeburg Sec5 OlOla 
(1874) 

Stahl, AHred (Silda Rieso) iCh Meta; 
Freeburg R3 Prairie DuLong Secl6 
Tl80a George Stahl (1891> Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 

Stahl, George (Anna Wigand) Ch 
* Waller, * Alfred; Freeburg R3 
Prairie DuLong Secl6 O320a (1870) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Stahl, Walter (Elizabeth Skaer) Ch 
Walter Jr., Edgar, Wilbert; Free- 
burg R3 Prairie DuLong Secl7 
Tl20a George Stahl (1894) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 

Stallman, Fred (Anna Lincks) Ch 
Katy, Edgar; New Athens Rl 
Prairie DuLong SeclS T80a Henry 
Stallman (1883) Floraville Tel. 
Floraville 

Stallman, Henry (Ida Weihie) "Rich- 
land View Farm" New Athens Rl 
Prairie DuLong Secl4 T86a Louis 
Stallman (1886) Floraville Tel. 
Floraville 

Stapf, Louis A. (Barbara Kreig) Ch 
Otto, Alma, Augusta, *Melvin; 
Mascoutah Freeburg Sec2 0223a 
(1865) Looking-glass and Kinloch 
Tel. Mascoutah 



fi^ G^stave (Lizzie Mueller) Ch 
Woodrow, Geneva; New Athens R3 
Fayetteville Secl9 Tl20a John P 
Gundlach (1890) German Tel. New 
Athens 

Stein, Albert H. (Emilie €. Knipp) 
Mascoutah R2 Mascoutah Sec22 
1160a Louis Stein (1886) Looking- 
glass Tel. Mascoutah 

St«n, Anton H. (Tresa M. Buescher) 
<^h Lawrence; Lenzburg Rl Fay- 
etteville Sec9-25 O70a 120a Mary 
Buescher (1887) Farmers Tel. St 
Libory 

^*Kr;/"T^^S'^,.^^'"'^y Wessel) Ch 
fH.nrSx/^"!!^'-*^""^' ^Arthur, 
*Henry W., *Innng A.; Belleville 
ir.^lS'thton Sees 091a (1848) Bell 
iei. rselleville 

^*fj?', J^l^n C. (Rosa Richter) Ch 
Walter, Erna, Alma, Anna, Erwin, 
Herman, Elmer, Elvira, ♦Hild"' 
Mascoutah Rs Engelm^nn Sec7 

^*®S Louis (Anna Schaeper) Belle^ 

Ernest Kuntz (1879) ' 

Steinheimer Moritz (Lena Petri) Ch 
Luetta, Norme, Birdell; Lenzburg 
Rl Fayetteville Sec28 Tl67a Henry 
Petn (1889) Pleasant Ridge Tef 
Darmstadt 

^^Ch^'Toh?^'"/^' (Katherine Wetzel) 
J^h John, Conrad, George, Fred 
Catherme; Columbia Ri Sugar 

tTm^I'L?'''^ '''''' ^--" 

Stencel, Julius (Lena Kirkel) Ch 
Albertus, Hilda; New Athens R2 
t-rairie DuLong Sec27 Tl50a 

T.T'm ^'\' S^^^^^ Farmers Line 
lei. New Athens 

^'ru i°^f J- (F'-eda K. Kraechan^ 
»-h Viola, Clarence, Ruth; Bdfee- 
mont Sta. East St. Louis R4 Can- 

(18^2) ' ^""''"'" W^t«°" 

Stiffler, John (Maggie Handrich) €h 
Came, Stephen, Amanda, Harry, 
*Lou.e *John, *Lizzie, *Ellie' 
Waterloo R3 Millstadt Secl3S 
0115a (1849) Floraville Tel. Flora 



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Stillman, Frederick M. (Marcelline 
Glondon) Ch Agnes, Mabel, Adel, 
Elinor; Edgemont Sta. East St. 
Louis Rl Centerville Cahokia Comr 
monfields 058J^a (1871) 

Stites, Wilbur (Ella Moergen) Ch 
Amos, Norman; Belleville R3 
Caseyville Sec33 055a (1884) Kin- 
loch Tel. Belleville 

Stitzel, Fred C. (Alma Philips) Ch 
Elmer, Fred, Walter, Hilda, Henry, 
Tilly; MUlstadt Rl- Millstadt Secl3 
082a (1874) 

Stitzel, John (Catherine Keube) 
MUlstadt Rl Millstadt Secl4 041a 
(1858) Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Stock, Anton M. (Kate Zimmer- 
mann) Ch Estella, Lester, Gustave, 
*Anthony; "Emerald Mound" 
Lebanon Rl Lebanon Sec8 083a 
(1871) Kinloch Tel. Lebanon 

StoeckeL Joseph (Emma Jansen) €h 
Stephan; Millstadt Rl Millstadt 
Sec4 0133.92a (1860) Millstadt Tel. 
Millstadt 

Stoeckel, Joseph W. (Lottie Merod) 
Ch Oliver, Arthur, *Malinda, 
*Rosie, ♦Earl, *Alma, *Viola; 
Belleville R5 Stookey Sec26 O80a 
(1866) 

Stoeckel, Mrs. Rose (Rose Deken) 
Ch Joseph, Arthur; Millstadt Rl 
Millstadt Sec3 Tl30a John Hirch 
(1880) Millstadt Tel. Millstadt 

Stone, J. J. (Viola Nash) Ch Vivian, 
Murray, Hilton, Roy, Robert, 
Viola, Orville, Marguerite; Maris- 
sa R3 Marissa Sec26 Ol5a (1904) 

Stoneman, Mark D. (Anna Eberle) Ch 
Walter. Freda, Clarence, Elmer, 
♦Raymond,* Edwin: "Cedar Valley" 
Freeburg R2 Freeburg Sec32 O60a 
(185G) Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 

Stookey, Charles A. ''Leora G. Good- 
ing) Ch Charles Jr., *Roy W.; 
"Elmwood Farm" Belleville R5 
St. Clair 3ecl9-30 O320a (1859) 
Bell Tel. Belleville 

Stookey, Charles D. (Louise E. 
Joseph) "Red Feather Farm" Free- 
burg Ri Sm.ithton Secl4 O40a 
(1871) 

Stookey, Eben S. (Blanche Sm.ith) 
"Cedar-dale Farm" Freeburg Rl 
vSmithton Secl4 O60a (1873) Kin- 
loch Tel. Freeburg 

Stookey. Loren M. BellevUle R5 St. 
Clair Sec32 OSOa (1890) Bell Tel, 
Belleville 



Stookey, Menard C. Belleville R5 St. 

Clair Sec29 Ol79a (1901) Bell Tel. 
Belleville 

Stookey, Sherman C. (Lora Wilder- 
man) Belleville R5 St. Clair Sec32 
O40a (1889) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Stookey, Thomas L. (Arzella Hill) 
Ch Viola, Loyd; "Star Farm" New 
Athens Rl Nevir Athens Secl7 
Tl20a Willia-m H. Hill (1905) 
Farmers Tel. Freeburg 

Straub, William F. (Mary Magdel- 
ena) Ch Dorina, Julius, Stephen, 
Herman, Aurelia. Magdelena, Ar- 
thur; Eiast Carondelet Rl Sugar 
Loaf Sec33 T40a Magdelena Hof- 
stetter (1914) 

Stroeter, H. H. (Genevra Goodrich) 
Edgemont Sta. East St. Louis R3 
Canteen Secl2 05a (1902) 

Stroh, Fred Earnest Stroh, brother; 
Lenzburg Rl Fayetteville Sec22 
032a (1872) Pleasant Ridge Tel. 
Darmstadt 

Stroh, Herman E. (.\nna Blum) Eliz- 
abeth Mueller, mother; MarisSa 
Marissa Sec24 Tl20a Elizabeth 
Mueller (1875) 

Stroh, Phillip (Bertha Reis) Ch Em- 
ma; New Athens Rl Prairie Du 
Long Sec24 068a (1871) Kinloch 
Tel. New Athens 

Strub, John (MolHe Madera) Ch 
♦Lizzie, ♦Walter; Belleville R3 
Caseyville Sec27 Tl57a Mrs. Sta- 
ford (1856) 

Strub, Walter L. (Elsie Hartmann) 
Ch Arthur, Herbert-. Lebanon R2 
Shiloh Valley Sec3 T60a Dr. H. T. 
Bechtold (1884) Kinloch Tel. 
O'Fallon 

Stumpf, Louis R. (Bertha Albert) 
Ch Edgar^ Dorothy, Lester, Isabel; 
Millstadt Rl Millstadt Sec5 0217a 
L. Diesel (1912) Millstadt Tel. 
Millstadt 

Sturm, Henry New Athens Rl New 
Athens 5ecl5 Ol23a (1886) Farm- 
ers Tel. New Athens 

Stutz. Theodore (Lena Serb) Ch Ol- 
iver, RaymonQ, Theodore, Mill- 
stadt R2 Millstadt Serl3 Oll9a 
(1870) Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Suessmann, Charles (Mary A. Wach- 
tel) Ch Joseph, Anna, Edmund, 
William, Lizzie; Edgemont Sta. 
East St. Louis R2 Centerville Sec29 
T79a Joseph Suessmann (1875) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Suever, Frank H, (Louise Rechner) 
Ch Ethel, Laura, Edwin; O'Fallon 
Rl O'Fallon Sec33 T220^a Minnie 
Suever (1879) 

Suever, WUliam H. (Minnie Meyer) 
Ch Viola, William; Caseyville Rl 
Caseyville Sec28 Tl30a Frank 
Suever (1884) 

Suemnicht Bros. "Point Lookout 
Farm" Frceburg R2 Nevir Athens 
Seen Ol20a (1881) Farmers Tel. 
New Athens 



Sutter, Benjamin (Barbara Wirth) 
Ch Elmer, Theofield, Wirtha,' MUl- 
stadt Rl Millstadt SeclS OlOOa 
(1880) 

Sutter, George W. (Louisa Mueller) 
Ch Alvin, Edward; Millstadt R2 
Millstadt Secl9 T77a Bertha Gruen- 
ewald (1888) Millstadt Tel. Mill- 
stadt 

Sutter, Stephen H. (Freda Mueller) 
Ch Clara, Leona, Neta; Millstadt 
R2 Millstadt SecSO T60a Lena Dan- 
nehold (1886) 



Talbot. Geo. W. CLouisa M. Bech- 
toldt) Ch Charles G.. Mary L.; 
New Athens (Rl Prairie DuLong 
Secl4 Ol54a ri866) Floraville Tel. 
Floraville 

Talbot. John ("Elizabeth Mueller) Ch 
Thomas, Lillian, Elsie, Louis. *Ida; 
New Athens Rl Prairie DuLong 
Secl4 Ol20a Cl861~) 

Talbot. Louis P. Ch George, Louis, 
Margaret, Hilleary, Clarence, 
* Louisa; Freeburg R2 Preeburg 
Sec28 Ol26a (1859) Klnloch Tel. 
Freeburg 

Tallarek, G. C. (Laura Ebert) Ch 
♦Robert, *Fred; O'Fallon R2 
Caseyville Sec25 O20a (1878) Kin- 
loch Tel. OlFallon 

Tate. Chas. M. (Leaocia Howard) 
Summerfield Lebanon Secl5 TSOa 
Ella Padon (1881) North Grove 
Tel. Summerfield 

Tienebaum, Wiliam ("Gussie Resno- 
kof) Ch Ida, Lottie, Abe, Manuel, 
Aaron: Belleville Rl Freeburg 
Sec6 067a (1910) 

Tenney. Fred (Emma Schmidt) Ch 
Fred. Freida, Albert, Edna; Mas- 
coutah Rl Mascoutah Sec36 T80a 
C. Fischer (1915) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Teter. Albert W. (Alice McDonald) 
♦Bertha. ♦Lulu, ♦William, ♦Ada; 
Lenzburg Rl Fayetteville Sec36 
080a (1857) Farmers Tel. New 
Athens 

Teter, Geo. (Ida Patton) Ch John. 
Loraine, Alberta; Leiazburg Rl 
New Athens Sec36 Ol20a (1874) 



Teter. Mathew L. (Addie McDon- 
ald) \Ch Myrtle, Alberta, Harrison; 
"Lenzbuirg Stock Farm" Lenzburg 
Lenzburer Seel Ol64a (185^) 

Teter, Sherman (Anna Patton) Ch 
Walter, Wilfred, Woodrow; Lenz- 
bure Rl New Athens Seel 0245a 
risfifi^ 

Thereon, J. B. (Senora Thies) Ch 
Clarencej Edgemont Sta. East St. 
Louis R3 Canteen Secl2 O40a 
(1861^ 

Thielemann. Elizabeth (Elizabeth 
Lenz) Ch Charles, Adam, ♦Lucius, 
* Jacob, *.'\nna; East Carondelet 
Rl Sugar Loaf Commonfield Ol92a 
(1841) 

Thies, Anton (Jessie Grotz) Ch 
Fern, Juanita; Edgemont Sta. 
East St. Louis R4 Canteen Sec25 
04 1-3a (1871) 

Thomann, Joseph (Louise Ours) Ch 
Victor, Alphonsus, Edward, 

Adella, ♦Joseph; O'Fallon R2 
Caseyville Sec25 T200a Joseph 
Porter (1862) Kinloch Tel. O'Fal- 
lon 

Thomann, Joseph A., (Viola R. 
Schmisseur) Ch Marie; Belleville 
R3 St. Clair Secl7 063a (1890) 
Kinloch Tel. Belleville 

Thomas. Anthonv E. (Minnie Nie- 
bruegge) Ch Arthur, Herbert, 
Clarence, Irvin, Erna; Belleville Rl 
St. Clair Sec26 Tl22a Fredrick 
Niebruegge (1871) 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Thomas, Anton M. (Elizabeth Krupp) 
Ch Felicita, Clarence, Wesley, 
Alvin: BellevUle R3 Caseyville 
:Sec27 Tl60a Anton Thomas Sr. 
(1876) 

Thomas. Jacob C Ch Glenn. Albert, 
*Nauoah, *John; Columbia Rl 
Suffair Loaf Seel Tla Mrs. L. 
Euekel (1865) 

Thomas, John M. (Frances Schobert) 
Ch Onietha, Inez, Norbert; BeUe- 
vUle R3 Caeyville Sec37 TllOa 
J. F. Beffole (1869) 

Thomas, Joseph (Rose Hagen) Ch 
Joseph, Frank, Benjamin, John, 
Viola. *Edward, *x<.ose, *Mary; 
Edgemont Sta, East St Louis R4 
Canteen Sec22 098a (1863) 

Thompsoai, IRobert (Emma Miller) 
Ch *Freddie, *Pearl; Lebanon Rl 
Sec30 T80a Emma Niemeyer 
(1884) 

Thouvenot. Chas. L. (Mairy Wasser) 
Ch Rosa, 'Clarence, *Joseph; 
O^FaHota R2 Caseyville Sec35 069a 
(1865) Kinloch Tel. Belleville 

Thouvenot, Frank (Mary Goodwin) 
Ch *El'mer; "White Farm" Edge- 
mont Sta. East St. Louis R4 Can- 
teen SecU 039 (1870) 

Thouvenot, Joseph M. (Irma Men- 
ken) Ch Opal; OTaUon R2 Casey- 
ville Sec35 T50a Chas. Thouvenot 
(1894) 

Tiberend, Edward (Lizzie Joergens) 
Ch Oscar; Mascoutah R3 Engel- 
mann Sec21 O80a (1874) Lookmg- 
glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Tiberend. Fred W. (Susan KJrchoe- 
fer) €h Augusta, Edward, *Jacob, 
♦Hilda. *Adelia; Mascoutah R3 
Engelmann Secl6 Ol40a (1857) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Tiedemann. Edwin W. (Irma Im- 
menhauser) Ch Tane. Anne Louise: 
"Elmland Farm" O'Fallon R2 
O^FaUon Sec30 Tl20a Chas. Tiede- 
mann Est. (1917) Kinloch Tel. 
O'Fallon 

Tiemalnn. Fred Sr. (Minnie Hafer) 
Ch William. Edith, *Pred, *Anna, 
*Emma: Edeemont Sta. East St. 
Louis R2 Centerville Sec28 OlOa 
(1898) 

Tiemann. Fred Jr. (Marie Bertels) 
Ch Walter; Edgemont Sta. East 
St Louis R2 Centervilk Sec28 
T20a H. C. W. Graebe (1898) 



Timmermeister, John H. (Emma 
Waelti) Belleville R5 Stookey 
Sec34 O80a (1877) Farmers T^l. 
Mills'tadt 
Touchette, Peter (Louise Gray) Ch 
Victor. Leroty; Cdllinsville Rl 
O'Fallon Sec5 T37a 'Hly. Schoettle 
(1918) 
Toupnot. Louis A. Ch Judith, Doro- 
thy; Centerville Station Rl Center- 
ville Secl9 T81a Mrs. E. Kessler 
(1886) 
Travis, William H. (Ellma Werner) 
Ch Orene, Heldier, iCyril, *Josie. 
*Pearl, Priieda; BellevUle R4 
Stooikey Secl3 T24a Elizabeth 
Travis (1867) Kinloch Tel. Belle- 
ville 
Trefzer. William (Anna Reechriegel) 
Ch Charles; Belleville R6 Shiloh 
Valley Secl5 TlOOa Mrs. Augusta 
Seifert (1864) Looking-glass 

Prairie Tel. Mascoutah 
Triefenbach. Adam (Anna M. Wag- 
ner) Ch Hanpel, Clifford; Marissa 
Rl Marissa Seel O40a (1889) 
D^armstadt Tel. Marissa 
Triefenibach, George Jr. (Louisa 
Sinn) Ch Evelyn, Herbert, Luella„ 
Clarence; Lenzburg Rl Marissa 
Sec3 027a (1881) Darmstadt Tel. 
Marissa 
Triefenbach, George P. (Johanna 
Triefenbach) Ch Harold, Arabelle, 
Vernon, Melvin; "Pleasant Hilt 
Farm" Marissa Rl Marissa Secll 
041a (1886) Darmstadt Tel. 
Marissa 
Trief«rtibach. J. Philip (Freda Juen- 
ger) Ch Williard, Elbert, Vernice; 
Frederick and 'Margaret Triefen- 
bach, father and mother; "Wood- 
land Stock Farm" Lenzburg Rl 
Marissa Sec2 T200a Frederick 
Triefenbach (1889) Darmstadt Tel. 
Marissa 
Triefenbach. M. Fred (Rosina W. 
Sinn) Ch Gustav F., Elmer H.,. 
Viola L., harley A.; "Oak 'Grove 
Farm" Marissa Rl Marissa Secl2- 
Ol58a (1876) Biddleborn Tel. 
Marissa 
Trinkler, George (Julia LaCompt) 
Ch Elmer; BeUeviHe R4 Stookey 
Secl4 Tla Frank Emge (1899) 
Truttmann, Joseph H. (Katherne^ 
Scheibel) 'Ch Hatti', Joseph, 
Everett; Belleville R3 'Caseyville- 
Sec35 T214a Susan Smiley (1907) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Turner, G€0. Y. (Ruth Pcrrein) Ch 
Kathrine; Lebanon (Rl Lebanon 
Secl7 Tl90a Wm. Hagman Kin- 
loch Tel. Lebanon 

Turner, Henry J. (Anna Ellington) 
Ch ♦Carrie, *Allie, *Ethel, *Marie, 
♦Gladys, ♦Roy; Lebanon R2 O'Fal- 
lon Sec27 TlOOa G. U. Wiltard 
(1853) 

Turner, Mrs. Mary (Mary North) Ch 
Will, Clifford, Young, Mary, John; 
Lebanon R2 O'Fallon Sec26 OSlOa 
(1866) 

Turner, William <k (Sarah Ham- 
mons) Ch Nellie, Valia, Virgil, 
Eddie, Evelt. Viola, ♦George; Leb- 
anon Rl Lebanon Seel 0225a 
(1872) Kinloch Tel. Lebanon 



Turner, William T. (Olivia Wooley) 
Ch Roscoe, Ehner, Emerson, Ber- 
tha. Julia, ♦John, ♦William; Leb- 
anon Lebanon ?ecl9 OlOa (1914) 

Turner, Young (Ethel Killion) Ch 
Clifford, Margaret, Elven, Nathan; 
Lebanon Rl Lebanon Sec29 032a 
(1885) 

Twenhafel Philip B. (Mary Roth- 
meier) Ch Carl T., HHWa E.; Lenz- 
burg Rl Fayetteville Sec35 027a 
(1862) St. Libory Tel. St. Liborv 

Tybcrenid, William F. (Kate Kirch- 
haefer) Ch Rlidolph, Herman, 
Gustav, Theodore, ♦Laura, ♦Tilda, 
♦Ella, ♦Josephine; Frceburg R2 
New Athens Secl2 Tl07a Frank 
Tyberend (1859) 



u 



Uhley, Edward (Adeline Seyer) Ch 
Elmer, Amelia, Edward Jr., Lucille, 
♦iClara, ♦Irvin, ♦Alevia, ♦Herbert; 
Belleville R2 Smithton SeclO T240a 
Severn Patrot (1863) Kinloch Tel. 
Belleville 



Urbanska, Peter (Dorothea Weilinda) 
Ch Peter, Mary, Richard; Mas- 
coutah Rl Mascoutah* Sec25 Tl9a 
Thomas Berscham (1910) 



Vahlkamp, Bernard (Josephine 
Schutts) Ch Harry, Fred, Benja- 
min, Anna, ♦Clara; Mascoutah R3 
Fayetteville Sec6 0385a (1861) 
Looking-glass TeL Fayetteville 

Vahlkamp, Henry D. (Maggie 
Boucher) Ch Elizabeth, Cornelius, 
Raymond, Emil; Fayetteville R8 

- Fayetteville Sec8 088a (1872) 
Looking-glass Prairie Tel. Fayette- 
ville 

Vahlkamp, Hubert H. Mascoutah R3 
Engelmann Sec32 Tl20a Fred W. 
Vahlkamp (1892) Looking-glass 
Tel. Fayetteville 

Valcrues, John F. (Elizabeth Hoff- 
man) Ch Florence, Mildred, 
Eugene, Hazel; Belleville Rl Shiloh 
Valley Sec27 T80a Jacob Valerues 
(1875) Looking-glass Prairie Tel. 
Mascoutah 



Vallmer, William N. Jr. (Mayme A. 
Moyle) Ch Virginia Mary; 
"Country Club Farm" Belleville 
R2 Smithton Sec6 T55a Country 
Club (1891) 

Vallow, Herschel S. (Clara Braun) 
Ch Howard, Margaret; "Rock 
Spring" Lebanon R2 O'Fallon 
Sec27 T90a W. H. Hill (1904) 

VanPelt, James R. (Ellen McKind- 
ley) Ch Cordelia, Edna, Marie, 
Alvin, Woodrow, Mildred; "Forest 
Lawn Farm" East Carondelet 
Sugar Loaf TlOCa Frank Kurms 

Veit, Alvin C. (Ella G-'uenewald) 
Millstadt R2 Millstadt Tl53a Mrs 
George Doerr (1895) Millstadt Tel. 
Millstadt 

Vernier, August (Sarah Crannage) 
Ch Edwin, Charles, Arthur, Ethel, 
Lloyd, Wesley, Lucile; Belleville 
R3 St. Clair Secl7 Ol24a (1868) 
Bell Tel. Belleville 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Verneer, EJwin A. BelleviUe R3 

STiiloh Valley Secl8 Tl08a Guss 
Willman Est. (1895) Bell Tel. Belle- 
ville 

Vetter. William (LilHe Luekner) Ch 
Laura, Vivian, Billie; Lebanon R2 
O'Fallon Sec35 O30a T30a Oscar 
and Lillie Luekner (1918) 

Voegele, Antone C. (Lena Friederich) 
Mascoutah Rl Engelmann Secl3-14 
T80a Christina Friederich (1919) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Voegeli, Louis (Meta Hueckel) Ch 
Mildred, Raymond; Caseyville 
Caseyville Sec9 Tl60a John 
Hueckel (1876) Kinloch Tel. Col- 
linsville 

Voelkel, Otto (Carrie Ernst) Ch 
Robert, Ferdinand, Otto Jr., Clar- 
ence, Minnie, Hallene, *Peter, 
*Meta; Belleville R6 St. Clair Sec23 
Tl30a August Chenot (1871) Bell 
Tel. Belleville 

Voelkel, William H. (Anna Knipp) 
iCh Melvin, Bernice, Davis; Belle- 
vUle Rl Shiloh Valley Sec22 T74a 
Albert Emmerich (1887) Looking- 
glass P'-airie Tel. Mascoutah 

Voellinger, Edward M. (Rose E. 
Koesterer) Ch Cyril, Aurelia L.; 
BeUeville R4 St. Clair Sccl9 O200a 
Peter Voellinger (1878) Kinloch 
Tel. Belleville 

Voellinger, Peter C. Jr. (Wilhelmina 
Albers) Ch Irene; BeUeville R3 
Stookey Sec22 Tl49a Peter Voell- 
inger (1880) Kinloch Tel. Belleville 

Vogel, Earnest (Bertha Voelkel) Ch 
Lester, Edgar; "Voelkel Farm" 
Belleville Re Shiloh Valley Secl7 
TlOla Mrs. John Voelkle (1870) 
Bell Tel. Belleville 

Vogel, Edwardi F. J. (Katy Etling) 
Ch Irene, Robert; Millstadt Rl 
Millstadt Secl4 T85a Louie Vogel 
(1889) Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Vogel, Emil (Elizabeth Meyer) Ch 
Emil, Conrad, Ella, Albert, Ervin, 
Frank; Belleville R5 Stookey Sec34 
Ol21a (1870) Farmers Tel. Mill- 
stadt 

Vogel, Frederick (Mary Wirth) Ch 
Matilda, Meta, Selma, Olinda, 
Frederick, *Frieda; Millstadt Rl 
Stookey Sec34 O90a (1859) Farm- 
ers Tel. Millstadt 



Vogel, Henry (Minnie Lensch) Ch 
Josephine, Matilda, William, 
*Freda, *Henry; MUlstadt Rl Mill- 
stadt Secl3 095a (1861)' Floraville 
Tel. Floraville 

Vogel, John (Mary Schaefer) Ch 
Raymond C; BeUeville R2 Seca 
Tl20a Mr. Henry Schaefer (1858) 

Vogt, August G. (Mary Amend) Mill- 
stadt R2 Millstadt Sec26 T80a 
Henry Lang (1919) Floraville TeL 
Floraville 

Vogt, Conrad L. (Maggie Dangbar) 
Ch Albert, Ida, Edward, Cornelia, 
Irene, Ruth, Conrad; Millstadt RZ 
Sugar Loaf Seel Tl75a Edmond 
Bange (1874) Farmers Tel. Mill- 
stadt 

Vogt, John T. (Katy Weilbacher) 
Ch Norbert, Ervin; MUlstadt R2 
Millstadt Sec9 T60a A. Weilbacher 
(1915) 

Vogt, Philip (Mary J. Whittle) Ch 
Florence, Gertrude, Leona, Leon- 
ard, Irvin, Clifford, Norman; Cen- 
terviUe Station Rl Centerville SecSS 
T7a Tony Ish (1878) 

Voight, Mrs. William (Louisa Wintz) 
Ch Lawrence, *Fred, ♦Emma, 
*iCharles; CaseyvUle Rl Caseyville 
Sec5 TlOOa C. O'Fallon (1852) 

Volkmann, Henry (Mary Benedick) 
Ch Willie, *Ella; New Athens RZ 
Prairie DuLong Sec34 Tl40a Ben 
Rausch (1911) Farmers Tel. 
Hecker 

Volkmann, John H. Sr. (Margaret 
Goldstin) Ch Henry, *John Jr.j 
Millstadt Rl Millstadt Secl6 Ol60a 
(1889) 

Volkmann, John H. Jr. (Hilda Wer- 
ner) Ch Pearl; MUlstadt Rl Mill- 
stadt Secie T80a John Volkman 
Sr. (1895) 

VoUert, John H. (Emma Junge) Ch 
Anna, Thekla, Ella, Hilda. Freda; 
New Athens R3 Lenzburg Sec28 
O40a T80a Catherine Waeltz 
(1876) Farmers Tel. New Athens 

VoUmer, Henry C. Freeburg R2 Free- 
burg Secl7 Ol60a (1875) Kinloch 
Tel. Freeburg 

VoUmer, Jacob (Emma Otto) Ch 
Jacob Jr., Oscar; Mascoutah R3 
Engelmann Secl9 T80a Theodore 
Kircher (1866) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Vottz, Edmund and Carl Freeburg 
Freeburg Sec27 O290a (1859-66) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Voss, Etnil C. (Antoinette Roos- 
mann) Ch Urban; Belleville R4 
Stookey Sec21 TSOa Charles 
Knepper (1917) 



Vuichard, George (Margaret Kauf- 
mann) Ch George, Charles, Frank, 
Harold, Jane; Marissa R3 Marissa 
Sec23 Tl49a Regina Heil (1918) 



w 



Wachtel, George (Eva Umbruster) 
Ch Mary, Maggie, August, Aloyes, 
♦Anna; Freeburg R3 Prairie Du- 
Long Sec4 Tl40a Peter Flecken- 
stien Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Wachtel, Peter E. Sr. (Lizzie Um- 
bruster) Ch Leo; Waterloo R3 
Millstadt Secl3S OSOa (1872) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Waelti, George C. (Louisa Scharf) 
Ch Richard; Millstadt Rl Millstadt 
Secl6 Tl09a Mrs. Charles Waelti 
(1879) 

Waeltz, Anton (Elenora Emge) Ch 
Aletha; New Athens R3 Lenzburg 
Sec33 Tl55a Henry Waeltz 
(1885) Farmers Tel, New Athens 

Waeltz, Catherina (Catherina Peters) 
Ch John, Catherine, Tillie; New 
Athens R3 Lenzburg Sec27 Ol20a 
(1854) 

Waeltz, Charles E. H. E. (Ida Linn) 
Ch Ruth, Dorothy; "Hazelhurst 
Farm" Freeburg R2 New Athens 
Seel 088a (1883) Looking-glass 
Prairie Tel. Fayetteville 

Waeltz, Charles H. "Sunny Slope 
Stock Farm" Marissa R2 Marissa 
Sec24 Ol50a (1886) 

Waeltz, C. Herman (Bertha Guen- 
ther) Ch William, Chalrles, Anna, 
Edward, Gustave, Isfried, *Louisa. 
♦Lena, *Fran>k, *Liezie, *Bertha; 
New Athens R3 Lenzburg SeclG 
O4l0a (1851) warmers Tel. New 
Athens 

Waeltz, George Sr. (Elizabeth Rohn- 
ken) Ch Daniel, Peter, John, Henry, 
Edwaird. Arthur, Ben, Gusta, Lena, 
Clara, Elsie; Marissa R2 Lenzburg 
Sec23 O460a (1844) Farmers Tel. 
New Athens 

Waeltz, Henry Sr. (Elizabeth Geoble) 
Ch George, Otto, Walter; Marissa 
R2 Lenzburg Tl60a George Waeltz 
Jr. (1871) Falrmers Tel. New Ath- 
ens 



Waeltz, Henrv Jr. (Lena Britweiser) 
Ch Alphonse, Erwin, Rollie, Otis, 
Orville; Marissa R2 Marissa Secl9 
097J^a (1872) Farmers Line Tel. 
Marissa 

Waeltz, Louis (Caroline Grommet) 
Ch aara, May, Albert, Cliffqrd, 
Loretta; "The Waeltz 'Farm" Ma- 
rissa Ol94a Secl3 (1886) Farmers 
Tel. Marissa 

Waeltz, Wendell (Minnie Orth) Ch 
Oswald, Velada, Helen; Marissa R2 
Lenzburg Sec24 O200a (1874) 
Farmers Tel. Marissa 

Waeltz. WUliam (Louisa Petri) Ch 
Ethel, Mildred, Arnold, Leslie; 
Freeburg iR2 New Athens Seel 
O90a ( 1888) Farmers Tel. iFay- 
etteville 

Wagner Bros. BeUeviUe R6 St. Clair 
Secl2 T74a Mrs. Helwig (1884) 

Wagner, George J. (Katherine Tim- 
mermeister) Cornelia, Elmer, Al- 
ma, Melba; Belleville R5 Stookey 
Sec26 O40a (1872) Farmers Tel. 
Millstadt 

Wagner, Henry (Kathetine Reuss) 
Ch Elmer, Mary, *Michael, *Anna, 
*Katie A.; "Pleasant Hill Stock 
Farm" Marissa Rl Marissa Seel 
0245 (1866) Darmstadt Tel. Ma- 
rissa 

Wagner, Henry (Sophie Shtfbert) Ch 
Edward G., * Henry A., * Arthur, 
♦Amelia, *Anna, *Ida; "High 
Prairie Farm" Belleville R2 Smith- 
ton Sec21 O80a (1850) 

Wagner, Henry (Sophia Weik) Ch 
Mabel, Verlan; Freeburg R2 Free- 
burg Sec8 TSOa Gideon Wagner 
(1901) Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 

Wagner, John (Mary Bigger) Mas- 
coutah Rl Mascoutah Sec35 Ol2a 
(1847) Looking-glass Tel. Mascou- 
tah 

Wagner, John W. (Katherine Fritz- 
inger) Ch Frank, Katharine, Ed- 
win, *William, *Amanda, *August; 
Millstadt Rl Stookey Sec.'iO Ol50a 
(1858) Farmers Tel'. Millstadt 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Wagner, Michael (Julia Reuss) €h 
Harold, Helen, Estella iHarvey, 
Verna; Marissa Rl Mairissa bed 
O40a (1889) Darmstadt Tel, Ma- 
rissa 

Wagner, William C. (Hilda Heller) 
Ch Florence; Centerville Station 
Rl Stookey Sec30 T80a George 
Heller (1893) Farmers Tel. Mill- 
stadt 

Wailtz, Adam (Hattie Snyder) New 
Athens R3 Lenzburg Sec32 O20a 
Tl20a Henry Waeltz (1870) Farm- 
ers TeL New Athens 

Wailtz, Charles H. Marissa R2 Lenz- 
burg Sec24 Ol50a (1886) 

Walker. Albert H. (Effie Ling) Ch 
Byron, Alice, Emmett, Donald, 
Jean, *Alberta;. Marissa R3 Marissa 
bec27 O40a (1894) City Line Tel. 
Marissa 

Walter. Anton H. (Meta Siebert; Ch 
Cletus; Freeburg R2 Freeburg 
Sec24 Tl90a Anna Holder (1888) 
Kinloch Tel. Mascoutah 

Walthes, Joseph (Minnie Graul) Ch 
Edna, Myrna, Allen; Mascoutah Rl 
Engelmann SeclS T90a George 
Liebig (1912) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Warmuth, Max J. (Maggie Flach) Ch 
George, Walter; Trenton R2 Leb- 
anon Secl7 T47a William Turner 
(1869) 

Warren, George W. (Laura Cashion) 
Ch ♦Iva, *Russel; Mascoutah R3 
Freeburg Sec36 Farm Manager 
Eugene Eckert (1874) 

Warring, Joseph A. (Frieda Diehl) 
€h Leona, Orville; BeUeville R5 
Hookey Secl4 Tl26a Diehl Est. 
(1887) .Kinloch Tel. Belleville 

Watschinger, Emil (Katy Herten- 
stein) Ch Frieda, William, Edgar, 
Oscar; Mascoutah Rl Mascoutah 
Sec25 096a (1869) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutan 

Watschinger, Henry Mascoutah Rl 
Mascoutah Sec25 Ol60a (1868) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Watson, E. C. (Catherine Bricker) 
"Griswold Farm" Edgemont Sta. 
East St. Louis R3 Canteen Seel 
Tl020a Superintendent Smith Est. 
(1909) Bell Tel. Collinsville 

Weber, Fred H. (Barbara Maurer) 
Ch *Emma; New Athens Rl 
Prairie DuLong Sec35 Ol40a (1856) 
Farmers Line Tel. New Athens 



Weber, George A. (Sophie K. EtHng) 
Ch George P., Elnora S.; New 
Athens Rl Prairie DuLong SeclS 
OlOOa (1873) Kinloch and Bell 
Tel. Floraville and Freeburg 

Weber, George Sr. (Henrietta Jager) 
Ch Fred, William, Susan, *George, 
♦Henrietta, ♦Harry, ♦Mary, ♦Liz- 
zie; Freeburg R3 Prairie DuLong 
Secl7 Ol40a (1867) Floraville Tel. 
Floraville 

Weber, Henry (Lizzie Schmann) Ch 
George, Adeline, Charlie, Henry, 
John, Walter, Raymond, William, 
Maynard; O'Fallon Rl O'Fallon 
Secl7 TlOOa Frank Joseph (1891) 
Kinloch Tel. O'Fallon 

Weber, Theodore O. (Kate Stein- 
wagner) Ch Frances; "Lake Side 
Stock Farm" New Athens Rl 
Prairie DuLong Sjec29 Tl50a The- 
odore H. Weber (1893) Farmers 
Tel. New Athens 

Weckler, Ben H. (Lena Fruth) Ch 
Anita; Lenzburg Rl Fayetteville 
Sec34 OllOa (1876) Mud Creek 
Tel. Marissa 

Wedemeyer, Fred H. (Minnie Bert- 
ram) Ch Fred, Olivia, Leo; Casey- 
ville Rl Caseyville Secll Tl04a H. 
J. Wedemeyer (1897) Kinloch Tel. 
Collinsville 

Wedemeyer, William (Elizabeth 
Clayton) 'Ch William ,Henry,^Ruth; 
Caseyville Rl Caseyville SeclO 06a 
(1870) Kinloch Tel. Collinsville 

Weible, Lyman T. (Bertha Werner) 
Ch Harry, Leroy, Percy, Raymond, 
Amy, Wilfred, ♦Mary, ♦Lulu, 
♦Nora, ♦Maud, ♦Irene; Millstadt 
R2 Millstadt SeclS O60a (1860) 
Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Weick, Philip Belleville R5 Stookey 
Secl4 Tl93a Weich Est. (1880) 
Kinloch Tel. Belleville 

Weidemann, Louis G. (Carrie War- 
ren) Ch Alvin, Edwin, Henry, 
iClarence, Georgia, Elsie, ♦Hilda; 
New Athens New Athens Sec3 
Tl20a Mrs. Mary Wetzel (1867) 
Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Weigand Joseph J. (Barbara Fred- 
ride) Ch Loretta, Helen. Mary; 
TTascoutah Mascoutah SecSO T80a 
Mrs. J. Fuller (1884) Looking- 
glass Prairie Tel. Mascoutah 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS.' ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Weigand, Nick (Katharine Haas) Ch 
Erwine, Aluia, Lillian, Arthur; 
Trenton R2 Lebanon Sec25 TlOOa 
Louis Schumaker (1879) Kinloch 
Tel. New Baden 

Weik, Charles Ch Thomas, Charles, 
♦Mary, *Barbara, *Anna, ♦Sophia, 
♦Joseph; Freeburg R2 Freeburg 
Sec9 O80a (1863) Kinloch Tel. 
Freeburg 

Weik, George C. (Ida Krieg) Free- 
burg R2 Freeburg Sec22 Tl60a 
George Weik Sr. (1880) Kinloch 
Tel. Feeeburg 

Weik, Joseph C. (Adelle E. Wilt- 
lich) Ch Walter; Freeburg R3 
Smithton Secl5 Tl20a O. Becherer 
(1891) 

Weil, Arthur C. (Leota E. Bauch- 
ens) Mascoutah R2 Mascoutah 
Sec6 Tl50a Barbara Hans (1889) 

Weil, Gus F. (Lizzie Mutto) iCh 
Ruby A.; O'Fallon Rl Shiloh Val- 
ley Sec4 Tl70a Minnie Weil (1876) 
Bell Tel. Belleville 

Weil, Henry F. (Emma Meckfessel) 
Ch Irma, Melvin; O'Fallon R2 
O'Fallon Sec7 Tl30a Anna Meck- 
fessel (1892) 

Weil, Oscar C. (Ella Gross) Ch 
Vera, Lester; Trenton R3 Leb- 
inon Secl2 TlOOa Mrs. Phillip 
Gross (1914) North Grove Tel. 
Summerfield 

Weil, Philip (Caroline Hecklinger) 
Ch Freda, Otto, Gg^rge, ♦Katie, 
♦Anna, ♦Josephine, ♦Henry; Leb- 
anon R2 O'Fallon Sec9 O340a 
(1854) Kinloch Tel. O'Fallon 

Weil, William A. Jr. (Clara M. 
Knoebel) BeUevUle R6 Shiloh Val- 
ley SeclO T66a William Weil Sr. 
(1889) Kinloch Tel. O'Fallon 

Weilbacher, Eidward J. (Dorothea 
Hermann) Ch Armin; Columbia Rl 
Sugar Loaf Secll Ol50a (1889) 
Farmers Fountain Tel. Columbia 

Weilbacher, Henry A. (Laura E. 
Dooly) Ch Milton, Malinda; Mill- 
stadt R2 Millstadt Sec7 Ol67a 
(1885) Millstadt Tel. Millstadt 

Weilbacher, Herman (Mary Knip- 
pler)Ch Otto; Millstadt R2 Mill- 
stadt Sec30 0238a (1877) Fountain 
Tel. Columbia 



WeUmuenster, Adam M. (Lizzie 
Knecht) Ch Edwin, Armeta, El- 
nora; Lenzburg Ri Fayetteville 
Sec25 Tl20a George Knecht (1883) 
Darmstadt and Pleasant Hill Tel. 
Marissa 

Weilmuenster, George W. (Adalia 
K. Kirchhoefer) Ch Violet, George 
Jr.; Lenzburg Ri Fayetteville Sec36 
0215a (1891) East Darmstadt Tel. 
Marissa 

Weilmuenster, Henry (Lizzie Kues- 
ter) Ch Pauline ♦Bertha; Ma- 
nssa Rl Fayetteville Sec35 Tl45a 
Adam Weilmuenster (1875) Darm- 
stadt Tel. Marissa 

Weinacht, Henry (Bertha Lemke) 
Ch Lorma, Edna, Irvin, Elmer, 
Phihp, Katie; Lebanon R2 O'Fallon 
Sec23 O90a Tl20a (1872) 

Weingerdt, Peter Ch ♦Charley, 
♦Bertha, ♦Louise; Millstadt R2 
•Millstadt Sec21 O80a (1849) Mill- 
stadt Tel. Millstadt 
Weinman, Gustave (Barbara Stroh) 
Ch Gustave Jr., Edward, Bertha, 
•Charles, ♦Arthur; Marissa R2 Ma- 
issa Sec3i Tl64a Fred Wagner 
(1890) Marissa and Baldwin Tel. 
Marissa 
Weintz, Oscar W. Columbia Rl 

Sugar Loaf Seel 039a (1880) 
Weise, Max F. (Emma Germann) 
Ch Freddae, Beulah; New Athens 
R3 Lenzburg Sec28 T200a George 
Rhemhardt (1879) Farmers Tel. 
New Athens 
Weiss, Earl P. and Mertie E. Mas- 
coutah R2 Mascoutah Sec23 T80a 
William Reuth (1894) Looking- 
glass Tel. Mascoutah 
Weiss, Forest W. (Maggie L. Seitz) 
'Ch Lester, lona; Mascoutah R2 
Mascoutah Sec26 Tl30a Philip 
Weiss (1894) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 
Weiss, Fred (Helena Weaver) Ch 
Rufus, Elmer, Aurelia, Gilbert- 
Freeburg R2 Freeburg Sec29 O330a 
(1876) Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 

Weiss, Harry P. (Edna Kirchhoefer) 
Freeburg Ra New Athens Sec2 
T230a William Weiss (1895) Farm- 
ers Tel. Freeburg 

Weiss, Louis L. (Esther Bertram) Ch 
Dale; O Fallon R2 Caseyville Secl0 
Tl84a Louis Bertram (1890) 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIIRECTORY 



Weiss, Walter H. (Louise Talbot) 
"Fairview Farm" Freeburg R2 
New Athens Seel Oll6a Edward 
Weiss (1890) Tel. Drum Hill 

Weissert, Otto C. (Mary LeTempt) 
Ch Ruth, Ernest, *Rachel, *Caro- 
line, *Chara, *Onetta, *Louis,*Otto, 
*Elmer, *Maud, *Lucy, *Eva; 
Edgemont Sta. East St. Louis R4 
ICanteen Secl4 O30a (1870) 

Weissert, Otto L, (Corinne Schmis- 
suer) Ch Marcell, Otto; "Cabbage 
Hill Farm" Belleville Rl St. Clair 
Sec35 T90a Eugene Schmissuer 
(1884) 

WeLzbacher, George (Kate Schoen- 
born) Ch August F., Robert; 
"Douglass Grove Farm" New 
.^U^ens. R2 Prairie DuLong Sec25 
Tl20a Henry Huber (1872) Kin- 
locJi Tel. New Athens 

Wendler, Henry C. (Sophia Richter) 
■Ch Meta, Esther, John, Carl, Louis, 
♦Alma; Caseyviile Rl Casey ville 
Sec4 Ol20a (1909) Kinloch Tel. 
Collinsville 

Werner, Mrs. August (Augusta 
Smith) Ch Charles, August, Will- 
iam, Edward, Annie, *Dora, *Min- 
fiie; Edgemont Sta. East St. Louis 
R4 Caseyviile Sec30 058a Tl55a 
(1889) 

Werner, Dan Ch Eda, Lydia, William, 
Ella, Viola, Amanda, *Edward, 
*Matilda; Millstadt Rl Millstadt 
Sec2l O80a (1860) 

Werner, Edward (Emma Becker) Ch 
Albert, Florence; Millstadt R2 Mill- 
stadt Sec27 TlSOa Jack Becker 
(1888) Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Werner, Fred (Augusta Beck- 
mann) Ch Norine, Marguerite; 
Marissa Rl Marissa Secl4 Tl50a 
Augustus Werner (1874) Biddle- 
born Tel. Marissa 

Werner, Fred P. (Lena Miller) Ch 
Leroy, Lillian; New Athens R2 
New Athens Sec20 Ol20a Phillip 
Werner (1882) Farmers Tel. New 
Athens 

Werner, Jacob (Elizabeth Mueller) 
Ch Anna, Bertha, *Hilda; Mill- 
stadt Secl6 OSOa (1869) 

Werner, Louis (Emelia Mueller) Ch 
Ed\yard and Oliver Schmidt, step- 
sons; George, Emelia, Malinda. Al- 
fred, Lillian; Millstadt Rl Mill- 
stadt Secl6 093a (1872) 



Werner, Philip (Caroline Leilich) Ch 
Edward, Theodore, *Fritz, *iChris- 
tina; New Athens Rl New Athens 
Sec20 0445a (1860) Farmers Tel. 
New Athens 

Wessel, Ben G. (Josie Vogt) Ch 
Florence, Ralph, Lucille; Mill- 
stadt Rl Millstadt Secl2 T90a Ger- 
trude Wessel (1877) Floraville Tel. 
Floraville 

Wessel, John B. (Mary Hehm) Ch 
Ben, Josie, Peter, Rosa, Alice,. 
*Mary, *Frances, *Lizzie, *Louisa; 
Millstadt R2 Millstadt Sec25 Ol20a 
(1862) Floraville Tel. Floraville 

Wessel, Peter B. (Louisa Siebert) Ch 
Adelaide, Cletus, Margaret, Rosella; 
Millstadt Rl Millstadt Secl2 T200a 
Gertrude Wessel (1881) Floraville 
Tel. Floraville 

Wetzel, Qustave (Anna Wolz) Ch 
Dora, Aurelia, Henry, Hilda, Em- 
ma, Anita; Belleville Rl Freeburg 
Sec4 Ol20a (1862) 

Weygandt, Oscar (Sophia Weik) Ch 
Pearline; Belleville R2 Smithton 
Sec21 Tl60a Mr. Buecher (1892) 

Weygandt, Peter A. (Idia Koch) Ch 
Arkeel, Virginia; Belleville R6 

Shiloh Valley Sec8 03a (1880) 

Whitchurch, Joseph C. (Caroline 
Hachmeister) Ch Lester, Ray- 
mond, Ca-1, *Walter, *Ccia, 
*Erma, *Jessie, *Elva; "St. Clair 
and Randolph Co. Live Stock 
Farm" Marissa R2 Lenzburg 
Sec34-32 O404a (1854) 'Farmers 
Tel. Baldwii) 

White, John K. (Elizabeth Guthrie) 
Ch John K. Jr., Florence, Geneva, 
♦Joseph G. ; Marissa R2 Marissa 
Sec33 O240a (1860) Marissa and 
Baldwin Tel. Marissa 

White, Misses Lydia and Martha 
"White Homestead" Millstadt Rl 
Millstadt Sec2l Ol70a H. R. White 
Est. (1846) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Whitehead, Henry (Ada Ellis) Ch 
Margaret; O'Fallon Rl O'Fallon 
Secl7 TlOOa Edward Hobien 
(1888) 

Widicus, Andrew Jr. (Ella Auer) Ch 
Mary Louise; "Fairview Farm" 
Lebanon Rl Lebanon Sec7 Ol5a 
(1889) Kinloch Tel. Lebanon 



124 



FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Widicus, Chris (Katie Mannz) Ch 
Oscar, Erwin, Hanna; Lebanon Rl 
Lebanon See? Tl02a Andrew Wid- 
icus (1867) Kinloch Tel. Lebanon 

Wiechert, Adtolph Belleville Rl Free- 
burg Sec4 032a (1879) 

Wiegand, John F. (Mary Kuhn) Ch 
Sivernie; Freeburg R3 Prairie Du 
Long Secl6 Ol20a (1870) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 

Wiegend, Charles (Anna Deken) Ch 
Charley, Maggie, Gertrude, Henry, 
Louis, *Anna, *Katy; Millstadt Rl 
Millstadt Secl5 T90a Deken Child- 
ren (1861) 

Wiesman, Theodore J. (Christena 
Guithues) Ch Florence, Catherine, 
Theodore; Edgemont Sta. East St. 
Louis R4 Canteen Sec25 T80a 
St. Henry's Parish (1873) Bell Tel. 
East St. Louis 

Wilderman, John R, "Sunnyside 
Farm" Freebxirg R3 Freeburg 
SecSO O40a (1894) Kinloch Tel. 
Freeburg 

Wilderman, Julius L. '(Mary Wilder- 
man) Ch 'Martha, Flora, *Orrin, 
♦Myrtle, *Elsa; Freeburg Freeburg 
Sec7 OlOOa (1863) Kinloch Tel. 
Freeburg 

Wilderman, Julius T. (Belle Frazier) 
Ch Dovey, Lester, *Lora; "Maple 
Wood Farm" Freeburg Rl Free- 
burg Sec3l 0275a (1864) Kinloch 
Tel. Freeburg 

Wildermarm, Loren E. (Ada Huber) 
iCh Lucille; ''Maple Lawn Farm" 
Freeburg Rl Freeburg SeclS Tlu5a 
Millard Wilderman (1884) Kinloch 
Tel. Freeburg 

Wilderman, Milton O. (Mary John- 
son) Ch Roy, *Maude; Belleville 
Re St. Clair Sec23 TlOOa V. G. 
Johnson (1867) Bell Tel. Belleville 

Wildgrube, Edtward (Carrie Kirsch) 
Ch Oscar, Leora; Marissa R2 Ma- 
rissa Sec30 Tl20a Minnie Wild- 
grube (1871) West Dozaw Tel. Ma- 
rissa 

Wildgrube, Minnie (Minnie Berg- 
mann) Ch William, Paul, Ruth, 
*Ankey, *Selina, *Edward; Ma- 
rissa R2 Marissa Secl9 Ol60a 
(1869) 

Wildt, David (Lizzie Wolz) Ch John, 
George, Emma, Ella, Bertha, Wal- 
ter; Belleville Rl Freeburg Sec5 
T60a David Wildt (1883) 



Wildy, Alex (Katie Schneider) Ch 
Pearl, Alex C, Grant, *Harry; 
"Round Hill Farm" New Athens 
R3 Lenzburg Seca 0332a (1854) 
Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Wildy, Henry (Lena Schneider) Ch 
Elmer, Walter, Esther, Florence, 
♦Lizzie, *Alma, *Edward, *Adelia; 
New Athens R3 Lenzburg Sec9 
O580a (1850) Farmers Tel. New 
Athens 

Wiley, Pearl A. (Lydia Heinecke) Ch 
Viola, Alberta; New Athens R3 
Lenzburg Sec28 T88a John Reppel 
(1918) 

Wilhelm, Joseph (Eliza Brey) Ch 
Louie, Mollie, Oscar, Louise, Al- 
fred, * Joseph, Alfonse; Mascoutah 
Rl Mascoutah Sec28-33 Tl80a 
Ernst Hagist (1867) Looking-glass 
Prairie Tel. Mascoutah 

Wilhelm, Louis J. (Anne Freidrick) 
Ch Raymond; Mascoutah R2 Mas- 
coutah Secl9 TlOOa (1880) Look- 
ng-glass Prairie Tel. Mascoutah 

Wilkaitis, Tony (Anna Wenslowas) 
Ch Margaret, Agnes, Harry, Peter, 
Anna. Franci?, Adella, Katy; Mill- 
stadt Rl Millstadt Secll O80a 
(1908) 

Wilks, Lee C. (Anna Shelton) East 
Carondelet Sugar Loaf Common- 
fields Tl4a Mr. Stine and Co. (1908) 

Willard, Peek R. (Mary Russell) Ch 
Myrtle; Edgemont Sta. East St. 
Louis R4 Canteen Sec36 T8a Ayl- 
ward Bros. & Co. (1917) 

Willard, Mrs. William (Augusta 
Weber) Ch Fred, Theodore, Al- 
bertina, *William, *Joseph, *Dora, 
♦George, ♦Edward, ♦Knapp; O'Fal- 
lon Rl O'Fallon Sec29 O900a (1895) 
Kinloch and Bell Tel. O'Fallon 

Williams, John (Maud Curwen) Ch 
♦Dora, ♦Ada, ♦Pearl; Marissa R3 
Marissa Sec26 055a (1879) Cherry 
Line Tel. Marissa 

Williams, William (Berdina Isgriggs) 
Ch Leona, Roberta, Elsie J.; Ma- 
rissa R3 Marissa Sec26 O20a (1878) 
Cherry Line Tel. Marissa 

WiUmann, Edward L. (Anna G. 
Hartmann) iCh Frederick H. Anita 
B., E. Mary, Dorothy W.; "Val- 
halla Farm" O'Fallon Rl Shiloh 
Valley Secl8 094a (1865) Bell Tel. 
Belleville 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTOR'^ 



Wilson, Mrs. Mary A. (Mary A. Gib- 
son) Ch T. Glenn, *Ella, ♦William, 
♦Renwick, *Edith, *Carrie; Marissa 
R2 Marissa Sec29 O80a (1881) 
West Dozaw Tel. Marissa 

WUson» Oliver S. Hrla Miller) Ch 
Ellen; Caseyville ' Rl Casey ville 
Sec9 O80a TSOa (1910) 

Winter, George H. Sr. (Catherine 
Seilich) Ch Elizabeth, *George Jr., 
'Mary; New Athens R3 New Athens 
Sec25 T76a Lena Martin (1867) 
Farmers Tel. New Athens 

Winter, Henry (Anna Gross) Ch Am- 
anda, Oscar L.; Freeburg R2 New 
Athens Sec2 Ol02J'^a (1873) Farm- 
ers Tel. Freeburg 

Winter, Philip (Susan Petri) Ch Paul, 
Hilda; New Athens R3 Lenzburg 
Secll O40a (1870) 

Winters, Mrs. William A. (Huth) Ch 
Alice, ♦Anna, Nora; Lenzburg 
Secl2 Ol20a (1862) Farmers Tel. 
New Athens 

Wirth Louis (Amelia Mueller) Ch 
Lester, Octavia, Norman, Floyd, 
Arnilda; Belleville R5 Stookey 
Sec36 T80a Wm. Wirth Sr. (1877) 
Farmers Tel. Millstadt 

Wirth, Philip (Mary Metzger) Ch 
Ida, Fremont, Edward, ♦Mary, 
♦Erwin; Waterloo R3 Millstadt 
SecllS Ol75a (1859) Floraville Tel. 
Floraville 

Wirth, William Jr. (Elizabeth Reich- 
ert) Ch Selma, Alma, Toleda, 
William; Millstadt Rl Stookey 
SecSl Ol90a (1866) 

Wiskamp. Casper, (Alvina Groh) Ch 
Ethel. Harry, Herbert, Ruth, Grace, 
Roy; New .Athens R2 Prairie Du 
Long Secll TlOOa Henrv Wis- 
kamp(1875)Floravine Tel.Floraville 

Wiskamp, Louis (Lulu Gauch) Ch 
Ediith; New Athens R2 Prairie Du 
Long Secll TlOOa Henrv Wis- 
kamp (1885) Floraville Tel. Flor- 
aville 

Wittich, Emil (Mary Ritter) Fayette- 
ville R3 Fayetteville Sec8 09la 
(1917) Looking-glass Prairie Tel. 
Fayetteville 

Wittmer, Louis A. (Barbara Laure) 
Ch Robert, Arnold; Summerfield 
Lebanon Sec26 T85a Mary Wittmer 
(1889) North Grove Tel. Summer- 
field' 



Wolf, Albert (Susan Ziegler) Ch 
Herman, Oscar, Hilda, Susan; 
Trenton R2 Lebanon Sec36 Ol60a 
(1896) Kinloch Tel. Lelanon 

Wolf, Edward P. (Melissa Linn) Ch 
Myrtle; "Drum Hill Place" Free- 
burg R2 New Athens Seel OlOOa 
Andrew Wolf (1879) Farmers Tel. 
Freeburg 

Wolf, Edwin G. (Barbara M. Kasper- 
sick) Freeburg Rl Smithton Secl4 
Tl50a Charles Wolf (1888) Kinloch 
Tel. Freeburg 

Wolfersberger, August (Mary 
Schupp) Ch Cordelia, Oneta, Mar- 
cella; Mascoutah Ra Mascoutah 
Sec8 Ol20a (1882) Mascoutah Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Wolfersberger, Julius A, (Lizzie A. 
Laquet) Ch Theodore, Minnie, 
Walter, Irene, Viola, George; 
Mascoutah R2 Mascoutah Sec8 
TlOOa Mary Hans (1870) Mascou- 
tah Tel. Mascoutah 

Wolfersberger, Mrs. Louisa Mascou- 
tah R2 Mascoutah Secl8 O40a 
(1861) Looking-glass Prairie Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Wolfersberger, Marcel H. "Pecan 
Grove IFarm" Mascoutah R2 Mas- 
coutah Sec29. TlOOa Sop.hia Wolf- 
ersberger (1896) Looking-glass 
Prairie Tel. Mascoutah 

Woltersberger, Otto J. (Isabel Reh- 
berger) Ch Lorraine, Orville; Mas- 
coutah R3 Engelmann Sec20 Tl60a 
Mary Buesch (1884) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Wolter, Herman (Jessie Stevens) Ch 
Fred, Amelia; East Carondolet Rl 
Sugar Loaf Coramonfields 028a 
(1911) 

Woli, Mrs. Henry (Lena Wild) Ch 
John, Edward, Emil, Willie, Theo- 
dore, Herman. Ida, Ella, Lena; 
Freeburg R2 SeclO O80a (1882) 

Woodrome, Martin (Emma K. Keck) 
Ch Marshall, Clifford; BellevUle R5 
St. Clair Sec30 Tl03a Louisa Keck 
(1907) 

Wombacher, D. J. (Katy Loui) Ch 
Estella, Gilbert, Emil; Mascoutah 
Rl Mascoutah Sec35 Tl80a P. H. 
Sauter (1863) Looking-glass Tel. 
Mascoutah 

Wuest, Ambrose F. (Haddie Kasper) 
Ch Aurelia, Clemens; Freeburg Rl 
Freeburg SeclS Tl47a Mary Wuest 
(1879) Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



WyUe, James A. (Sarah A. White) 
Ch *John vV., *Nancy A., ♦James 
P.; Marissa R2 Marissa Sec33 
Ol80a (1862) Marissa and Baldwin 
Tel. Marissa 



Wylie, James P. (Belle McQuilkin) 
Marissa R2 Marissa Sec28 OSOa 
(1882) Marissa and Baldwn Tel. 
Marissa 



Wylie, John W. (Lola Gibson) Ch 
Rolland, Clyde, Robert; Marissa Ra 
Marissa Set;28 022a (1878) Marissa 
an>d Baldwin Tel. Marissa 



Yaeger, Arthur (Minnie Chatillon) 
Ch Irene, Harold, Marguerite, Es- 
ther, Irene, Bernice; Trenton 1R3 
Lebanon Sec36 Tl20a Mrs. Valen- 
tine Yaeger (1879) Kinlooh Tel. 
>sew Baden. 

Yarber, John (Amanda Runtz) 'Ch 
Eager; Lebanon Lebanon SecSl 
TlSOa John Muck (1884) 

Yarber, Philip (Mary Kunz) Ch Ho- 
mer; Trenton R2 Lebanon Secl4 
T80a Annie Kline (1891) North 
Grove Tel. Siwnmerfield 

Yerber, Hiram (Emma Mayer) Ch 
Hiram, Frank, *John, *Phillip, 
♦May, *Louisa, *Emma; Mascoutcih 
R2 Mascoutah Sec8-17-16 Tl35a 
J. N. Perrin (1858) Looking-glass 
Frairie Tel. Mascoutah 

Yeske, Mrs. Margaret (Margaret 
Bogne) Ch Rose, Paul, Max, Clar- 
ence, Robert, Hilda, Wilmer; Pree- 
burg Rl Smithton Secl3 05a (1909) 



Young Arthur S. (Josephine Laquet) 
Ch Anita, Wilburt, Florence; Mas- 
coutah Ti.2 Mascoutah Sec7 T60a 
N. Keil (1882) Looking-glass 
x^rairie Tel. Mascoutah 

Young, Charles W. (Emma Doerr) 
'Ch Florence; East Carondelet Rl 
Sugar Loaf Sec24 Tl20a Henry 
Young (1885) Farmers Tel. Mill- 
stadt 

Young, Harry E. (Malinda Mueller) 
Ch Gilbert; East Carondelet IRl 
Sugar Loaf Sec24 Tl35a Henry 
Young (1891) Farmers Tel. Mill- 
9tadt 

Young, Harry' J. (Edna Livingston) 
Ch Vivian, Helen, Louise, Alfred 
Marissa R2 Marissa Secl5 T1823 
A. F. Young (1904) Tel. Marissa 

Young, John H. (Mary Hart) Ch 
Ray, Glenn, Clarice, Mary, Her- 
man, Mark, *Angie; Lebanon R2: 
O'Fallon Sec27 O70a (1890) 



Yung, Prank C. (Ella E. Daab) Ch 
Werner Cornelia; Smithton Smith- 
ton Sec33 Tl30a Fred Daab (1874) 
Bell Tel. Belleville 



Za,ch August (Annie Franke) Ch 
August Alois, Albert, Louise, ♦Jos- 
eph, ♦Mary; O'Pallo/n R2 Casey- 
ville Sec36 Ol20a (1856) 

Zaenger, John (Katherine Rhine- 
hardt) Ch Frank; BellevUle R4 
Stookey Secl6 057a (1851) 

Zeiler, John L, '(Martha Jones) 
Edeemont Sta. East St. Louis R4 
Caseyville Sec31 Ol09a (1916^ 



Zeiler, Julius P. (Emily Bruning) Ch 
Elmere, Burton, Lorraine; Edge- 
mont Sta. East St. Louis R4 Casey- 
ville SecSl 061a (1918) 

Zeilmann, Lorenz J. "Lone Oak 
Farm" Preeburg Rl Smithton T65a 
William H. Hill (1870) 

Zeilmann, William (Kate Lippert) Ch 
Elsie. Alma. Edwin, Edna, Clar- 
ence. Armin. Luella, Leona, Laura; 
Preebure Rl Smithton Sec24 OSOa 
(1868) Kinloch Tel. Freeburg 



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Zeisel, George J. (Caroline B artels") 
Ch Conrad, George, MaTgaret. 
Minnie, Raymond; O'Fallon R2 
Caseville Secl3 Ol20a T20,i Price 
Est. (1871) Kinloch Tel. O'Fallon 

Zelibapk^, Adam (Anna Yamisnik) 
Ch John. Aueustine. I'aul, Joe, 
Charlie, Amelia, William, Anna, 
Tona^ Washington Park Canteen 
Secll T200a Morshald Bros (1916) 

Zerban, Gustave D. (Clara Voilkel) 
Ch Corinne, Lillian; Belleville Rl 
St. Clair Secl4 OSOa (l887) Bell 
Tel. Belleville 

Ziegler, Joe H. (Ruby Emig) Ch 
Lorene, Robert; Trenton iR3 I^eb- 
anon Sec25 TllOa Catharine Zieg- 
ler (1880) Kinlooh Tel. New 
Baden 

Zimmermann, William J. (Olivia 
HcVlzapfel) Ch Wilmur, Verna, Vin- 
cent; Freeburg R2 Freehurg Secll 
Tl20a Henry Holzapfel (1911) 
Kinloch Tel. Ma^coi.t. h 

Zimmermann, Charles (Mary Kloess) 
Ch Emil. Frieda, Charles, Roland, 
Lorrain. *Ida; BeUevUle R6 Shiloh 
Valley Secl4 074a (1887) Bell Tel. 
Belleville 

Zimmermann, Ernest J. (Ella Pfiflf- 
ner) Ch Mary, Margaret, Ernest, 
Katharine; O'Fallon R2 Casey ville 
Sec23 Ol08a (1879) 

Zimmermann, Frank I. (EWzabeth 
Rist) Ch Odmar, Edward; Mascou- 
tah Rl Engelmann Seel Tl20a 
■Mary Zimmermann (1880) Look- 
ing-glass Tel. Mascoutah 



Zimmermann, Fred J. (Marie Mat- 
tern) Ch Norbert, Roman; Mascou- 
tah Rl Engelmann Seel T80a Mary 
Zimmermann (1892) Looking-glass 
Tel. Mascoutah 

Zinck, Antone (Caroline E. Poirot) 
Ch Oscar, Minnie; Mascoutah Rl 

Engelmann Sec9 Ol20a (1862) 
Looking-glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Zinck, Edward L. (Amelia Biebel) 
Ch Elmer; Mascoutah R3 Mascou- 
tah Sec31 Oll4a (1873) Looking- 
glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Zinck, Emil (Lucy Heinemann) Ch 
Edmundl, Veronica; New Baden 
Mascoutah Secl3 Ol20a (1875) 
Looking-glass Tel. New Baden 

Zinck, Otto C. (Mary Lantder) Ch 
Aloert, Edna; Mascoutah Rl Engel- 
mann Sec2 OlOOa (1879) Looking- 
glass Tel. Mascoutah 

Zingg, Conrad B. Belleville R5 

Stookey Sec31 Tl20a Louisa Zingg 
(1884) Farmers Tel. Millstadt 

Zoeller, Frederick (Margaretha Her- 
mann) Ch Hermann, Peter, Freida; 
Columbia R2 Sugai Loaf SeclS 
TloOa Valentine Zoeller (1895) Kin- 
loch Tel. Columbia 

Zoeller, George E. (Louisa Ober- 
nagel) Ch Helen, Meta, Mary, 
George Jr.; New Athens Rl New 

Athens Secl6 Ol80a (1884) Farm- 
ers Tel. New Athens 



Zotz, Charles (Josephine Leiber) Ch 
Cora A., Frank E., Magdalena J., 
Frances A., Bertha L., Charles R., 
Catherine H., August J., Leroy M., 
Ed'gar A., Raymond B.; "Blue Grass 
Farm" Lebanon Rl Mascoutah 
Sec4 Tl29a George Schroeder 
(1867) North Grove Tel. Summer- 
field 



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DIirOLDHBER& HARDWARE CO. 



Lumber, Lime, Cement 

Sewer Pipe 

Hardware, Stoves 

Paints 
Kitchen Furnishings 

and 
Sporting Goods 



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We SeU and Recommend 
the Following 
Triple-G Goods 

Moore's Stoves and Ranges, 
Red Star Detroit Vapor 
Oil Stoves, Buck's Stoves 
and Ranges, Round Oak 
Stoves and Ranges, Bridge 
& Beach Stoves, Quick 
Meal Oil Stoves and 
Ranges, Neponset Floor 
Coverings, One Minute, 
Eden and Rullman's Wash- 
ing Machines, Keen Kut- 
ter Tools and Cutlery, 
Westinghouse Electrical 

Appliances, Diamond Edge Tools, Sherwin-WUUams Paints and Varnishes, 
Winchester and Remington Guns and Ammunition, Barrett's Asphalt Shingles 
and Roofing, Beaver Board, Cyclone Lawn Fencing, Posts, Myer's Pumps and 
Hay Tools, Bissels Carpet Sweepers, Hoover Suction Sweepers, Arkansas Soft 
Pine. 

Let us figure your lumber bills. A complete stock on hand at all times. 



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VAPOR OIL STOVE 



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Ground Limestone in Relation to Soil Fertility 

The increasing need of St. Clair County colls for lime is the natural result of 
the long continued cultivation, growth and rambval of crops without liming and 
the leaching out of lime. Aside from these processes, some of the soils such as the 
gray silt losun en tight clay, on accoimt of their origin and process of formation 
have probably always been strikingly deficient in lime although this fact waa^ not 
generally realized previous to investigations by the Soil Department of the Illinois 
College of Agriculture. 

'A low lime content of the soil is accompanied by a condition or reaction called 
"soil acidity". This condition is exceedingly injurious to the leguminous crops such 
as the clovers and alfedfa. These crops absolutely fail if the soU is very acid, and 
this condition must be remedied by liming. Clover bears a closer relation to the 
problem of permanent soil enrichment in St. Clair County theui any other one crop. 
By growing a good crop of clover once in three years the farmer becomes inde- 
pendent of the fertiliser industry for his supply of nitrogen, which at present prices 
is costing 4ec a pound. The problem of liming for clover, therefore, for the correc- 
tion of soil acidity Is a fundamental step for profitable crop production. 

EFFECT OF LIME 

Lime may affect the fertility of soil in several ways all of which are inter-related. 
Thus lime may (1) improve the physical condition of the soil providing large quan- 
ities are used; (Z) stimulate the development of beneficial soil organisms; (3) aid 
in making plant food in the soil available to the plant; (4) correct the acidity of the 
soil thus improving the growth of most all crops. 

The most commonly used test to determine when a soil needs lime is the litmus 
paper test. With gocd paper in careful hands the test is reliable. Blue litmus paper 
will turn a pink color when in contact with a moist sour soi! for from five to ten 
minutes... The litmus paper test has been the first step in reclaiming many an old 
sour field. 

AMOUNT OF UMESTONE TO USE 

The amount of lime needed depends entirely on the degree of soil acidity. No 
certain amount of lime can be prescribed without this information. The thing to 
do, therefore, is to have the soil tested (or its linte need and apply the limestone ac- 
cordingly. A simple chemical test known as the Truog test has .come into use recently 
to determine the !ime requirements of a soil. In general, it may be said that fronk 
2 to 3 tons of limestone once in six or seven years is a reasonable rate. 

FORMS OF UM£ 

Ground limestone is preferred to burnt lime or air slacked lime because it gives 
greater sweetening power per dollar invested than the other forms of lime. It is 
also believed that burnt lime may over-stimulate the decomposition of organic matter 
in the soil. Ground limestone does not have this stimulating action and it may be 
safely applied in large quantities at any time without danger of injurious effects. 
It should be understood, however, that wbsre burnt lime is used, it is not the burnt 
lime which is at fault. The blame for the injury should be placed squarely on the 
failure to have an adequate supply of humus in the soil. The fact cannot be too 
often repeated that those practices which deplete the humus of the soil also de- 
plete the Ihne content. 

In determining the relative cost of the different forms of lime, it is important 
to remember that 1100 pounds of burnt lime or ISOO pounds of hydrated liirte equal 
2aW pounds of finely ground limestone where all are derived from a high-grade stone. 
DEGREE OF FINENESS 

Experiments which have been made in comp3u-Lng limestone pulverized to differ- 
ent degrees of fineness show that it is the fine dust which gives the immediate re- 
sults in sweetening the soil. The coarser material gradually disintegrates, keeping the 
soil sweet a longer period of time than where all dust is used. There is a limit of 
course to the coarseness. It is not advisable to use anything coarser than a 4 mesh 
including the dust. All things considered, the best stone to use is one ground fine 
enough to pass thru an 8 mesh sieve; that is, a sieve with holes approximately one- 
eighth of an inch across or about like those of a fly screen. Such material will 
carry a large percentage of fine dust which will have an immediate effect in cor- 
recting the acidity. 

WHERE SHOULD UME BE APPLIED? 

In general, any convenient time is a good time to apply limestone. However, the 
application is best made after plowing and the material should be thoroughly disked 
or harrowed in. Probably the best time to apply is before wheat in the fall so as 
to allow sufficient time for the proper reaction in the soil before sowing clover. 
The roads are also good at that tirtte and there is usually more leisure of men and 
teams. It may be spread on fall plowed land in late fall or winter, or on the com 
ground in spring. One year is inadequate to determine the real value of liming 
because the greatest benefits are not apparent until the second or third year. The 



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main benefits result from the increased growth of tl>e legumes, without which it !• 
impossible to maintain an adequate supply of nitrogen and humus in the soU. It is 
therefore not lime alone but lime and humus that sour soils need. 

WHAT DETERMINES THE VALUE OF A STONE? 
The value of a limestone for agricultural purposes is determined by its calcium 
carbonate content. Only a relatively pure limestone should be used. In (eneral 
more than ten per cent of impurity is objectionable, except in special cases. The 
greater the proportion of impurity the greater the amount of stone required to 
produce a given amount of carbonate. High grade stone contains 95 per cent or 
more of calcium carbonate or its equivalent; medium grade contains 85 to 95 per 
cent; low grade 75 to 85 per cent; and inferior grade below 75 per cent It is apparent 
that the same sweetening power may be obtained from a low grade stone as with 
a high grade stone provided larger smiounts of the low grade material be used. It is 
seldom, however, that a low grade stone can be bought at a low enough figure to 
warrant its use. 



Stolle Lltne Stoi-ie 

Producers of all sizes of crushed stone for concrete and road work. 

AGRICDLTDRAL LIME STONE 

Our stone is ground finer than most products on the market, thereby 
giving quicker results. 

Casper Stolle .Quarry and Contracting Company 

Cahokia Building East St. Louis, 111. 

QUARRIES, STOLLE, ILL., I. C. R. R. 



COLUMBIA QUARRY COMPANY 

LARGEST PRODUCERS OF 

GROUND LIMESTONE 

I]N CENTRAL and SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 

Plants at Krause, Columbia and Valmeyer, in Illinois, near East St. Louis 

General Offioei 710 Fullerton Bld«. * ST. LOUIS. MO. 

PROMPT SHIPMENT TO ANY POINT 



RALPH E. McLEAN, 
Manager 



Bell, Bridge 225 
Kinloch, St. Clair 997-L 



East St. Louis Stone Company 

Proprietors of FALLING SPRINGS QUARRIES 

Rubble (Building Sione), Macadam (Crushed Stone). Rip Rap and Dimension Stone 

UME STONE DUST FOR SOIL TREATMENT 

Bluff Clay for Filling. Etc. 

OFFICE, ROOM 264 ARCADE BUILDING 



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V^l( 



Don't Take Just Any Roofing 
—Get the Kind that is Made 
not on the "How Fast" but on 
the "How Good" Principle 

Then you will never g:et a poor 
roofing when you need a good 
one. The ready-to-lay 

NEPDNBrr 

PAROID 

ROOFING 

is long on the roof because it is long 
in the making. 

It's the only way surely to make a 
roofing absolutely reliable and lOO^b 
weather- and waterproof. 



LUMBER 

SASH and DOORS 
BUILDERS' 
HARDWARE 

CEMENT IX^AND 



LIME 



BULK 
HYDRATED 




SEWER PIPE 
DRAIN TILE 

BRICK and BUILD- 
ING TILE 

FENCE 

Red Picket and Wire 
Cypress and Pine 

SQUARE DEAL 

Hog, Sheep and Poultry 

BARBED WIRE 

Cattle and Hog 

WALL BOARD 

(Upson) 

ROOFING MATERIAL 
Etc. 

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WATERLOO 



ILLINOIS 



Both Phones, Bell No. 73, Farmers No. 48 



132 



FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNTY 



Monroe County Farm Bureau 



(By Alfred Tate) 




ALFRED TATE 



THE Monroe County Farm Bu- 
reau was organized in Decem- 
ber, 1917, but a county advisor 
was not secured until April 1, 1918. 
The first work which the county 
advisor did after coming into the 
county was to visit every rural school 
of the county and demonstrate the 
testing of seed 
corn. William 
Heyl, county su- 
perintendent of 
schools, co-oper- 
ated in the work 
and accompanied 
the advisor, help; 
ing him locate the 
schools. A defi- 
nite schedule was 
made out before 
starting, and each 
teacher of the county was notified of 
the date of the meeting, and re- 
quested to urge the farme's in the 'dis- 
trict to be present at the meeting. 
The advisor felt that the demonstra- 
tions would be a goo-d way to get ac- 
quainted with the farmers and at the 
same time give them a much needed 
service. On the whole, the demon- 
strations were well attended, and 
much interest was shown. It was 
discovered at these meetings that 
very few farmers of the county had 
ever tested seed corn and that none 
had done it in such a way so as to 
secure a definite record of each ear 
plante<l. As a result of these meet- 
ings much seed corn was tested by 
the individual ear method during the 
spring of 1918. Figures have been 
given by different farmers showing 
that the results which grew out of this 
work saved the county enough to pay 
the farm advisor's salary several 
times. 

AD upland soil in the county which 
has not had an application of lime- 
stone is very strongly acid, and most 
of the bottom land is fast becoming 
acid. Monroe county has probably 
more accessible limestone than any 
other county of the state. Most of 
this stone is of a high testing quality. 



Comparatively little limestone had 
been used before the organization of 
the Farm Bureau. The farm advisor 
began immediately to urge the use of 
giound limestone and as a result of 
this agitation over 100 carloads of 
limestone were applied during 1918. 
All who applied limestone had won- 
derful results with clover the follow- 
ing summer. The use of limestone 
spread like wild-fire. There was one 
small crusher operating when the 
Farm Bureau was organized. Now 
there are 12, and several more will 
be put into operation soon. The prob- 
lem now is not to get farmers to use 
limestone, but to get the limestone 
for them to use. 

Several carloads of raw rock phos- 
phate have been used by Farm Bu- 
reau members the past year and we 
expect some good results next year. 
The farm advisor claims that all of 
the poor land of the county, much of 
which was practically abandoned, can 
be brought up to a high state of fer- 
tility by the use of limestone and the 
growing of sweet clover, which should 
be plowed under green with an ap- 
plication of raw rock phosphate. The 
county is fortunate in having a young 
Farm Bureau member by the name 
of Oscar Bremser who is a firm be- 
liever in sweet clover. Seven years 
ago he movedi on to an abandoned 
farm which was consideied to be so 
poor that it would not pay to crop 
it. This farm is now one of the most 
productive farms in the county. 

When the Farm Bureau was organ- 
ized the county was in great need of 
better livestock, there being only a 
very few registered sires of any kind. 
Much has been done to encourage the 
getting of better livestock, and as a 
result five registerd boars, two reg- 
istered sows and several registered 
heifers and bulls were purchased by 
Farm Bureau members 

The Condensary located at Water- 
loo provides a good market for whole 
milk, and interest in dairying is de- 
veloping rapidly. The county advisor 
has been trying to organize cow test- 



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ing associations, ani while none have 
been organized up to this time, we 
are sur^ of having one ready to start 
operations soon. 

The advisor has been advocating 
"bull associations" ever since com- 
ing to the county and, Myith the help 
of some live dairymen in the neigh- 
borhood of Hecker and the Univer- 
sity of Illinois^ a Holstein Bull As- 
sociation was organized! this past 
summer. This association intends to 
buy a $1,000 bull. We believe that 
much improvement in our dairy cat- 
tle will grow out of this start. 

The Farm Bureau has done much 
in the way of getting its members to 
do better feeding. They have been 
taught the value of a balanced ration; 
they have been encouraged to grow 
as much of their feed on their own 
farms as possible; the use of patent 
stock foods has been discouraged; 
the building of more silos has been 
recommended; tankage, cottonseed 
meal, linseed meal and barley arc 
bought co-operatively through the 
Farm Bureau by the carload at a con- 
siderable reduction in price; and prac- 
tically every Farm Bureau member is 
now growing alfalfa. Many of the 
members have built self-feeders for 
their hogs. 

The Farm Bureau has done much 
to teach farmers the value of good 
seed of all kinds. Farmers have been 
taught to select their seed corn from 
the field, dry it thoroughly and) keep 
it where it will not freeze. Practic- 
ally no Farm Bureau member would 
think of plantng seed corn now which 
has not been tested. Seventy bushels 
of pedigreed seed corn were pur- 
chased for members last spring and 
a lot of guaranteed Kansas-grown 
alfalfa seed was bought this fall. The 
county advisor has given many dem- 
onstrations on treating seed oats for 
smut and seedi wheat for smut and 
scab. 

The Farm Bureau has been active 
in combating insect enemies. The 
farin advisor co-operated with state 
officials in a campaign against chinch- 
bugs last winter and last spring. 
Burning demonstrations were held, 
and the growing of cowpeas or soy- 
beans with corn was recommended. 
It was noticeable this fall that Farm 
Bureau members observed the fly-free 



date for sowing wheat much more 
closely than non-members. The 
county owes much to Mr. Emil 
Stumpf for the good work he has dione 
in connection with Hessian fly. He 
has made a thorough study of the fly 
on his own farm, and claims that his 
knowledge of the Hessian fly saved 
him fully $2,000 in the year of 1915, 

The Executive Committee decided 
soon after the organization of the 
Farm Bureau that one of the most 
important things for the county was 
better roads and a good roads com- 
mittee was appointed to co-operate 
with state and county officials to se- 
cure better roads. It is the belief 
of the Executive Committee that it 
would be the cheapest and best for 
all concerned if every county road 
were made into a satisfactory hardl 
road as soon as possible. 

The need of teaching agriculture in 
the schools of the county was 
brought to the attention of the Ex- 
ecutive Committee by the county ad- 
visor and it was decided that the best 
means of filling this need would be 
the establishing of several commun- 
ity high schools in the county. Mr. 
H. G| Schmidt, Supt. of the Township 
High School of Belleville, Illinois, 
was secured to explain the commun- 
ity high school proposition at the 
first annual farmers' picnic this sum- 
mer. Prof. H. A. Hollister was ob- 
tained to present the matter at the 
Farmers' Institute a few days ago, 
and it looks now as though at least 
three such community high schools 
would soon be established. 

The membership in the Monroe 
County Farm Bureau numbered 220 
when the advisor began work on 
April 1, 1918. The membership has 
been steadily increasing ever since 
and we now have 337 members. 
Every member but one had paid) his 
membership fee by the end of the 
first year and this one has now paid 
for both the first and second year. It 
was reported from the State Leader's 
ofifice last spring that we had the best 
financial stand)ing of any farm bureau 
in the state. 

The Monroe County Farm Bureau 
was one of the first farm bureaus of 
the state to join the Illinois Agricul- 
tural Association. John C. Gummer- 
sheimer and John Andres were sent 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNTY 



from this county as delegates to the 
annual meeting of the Illinois Ag- 
ricultural Association which was 
held at Peoria last January. John C. 
Gummersheimer who is also pres- 
ident of our Farm Bureau, was 
chosen to represent the southern 
part of the state as a member of the 
Executive Committee of the Illinois 
Agricultural Association. 

The work accomplished by the 
Monroe County Farm Bureau during 



the short time which it has been op- 
erating is due to a large extent to 
the hearty co-operation of the mem- 
bers of the Executive Committee. 
They are a live bunch of progressive 
farmers who have always been willing 
and ready to co-operate with the ad^ 
visor in anything which is for the 
good of farmers of the county. We 
have never failed to have a quorum 
at an Executive Committee meeting, 
and at most meetings all are present. 



We Sell and / 
the following ^ 



COLLINSVILLE LUMBER COMPANY 
LUMBER AND MILLWORK 

Ruberoid Roofing, Square Deal Wall 
Tripl™G Goods Board, Atlas Portland Cement, Red 
Picket Fence. 

Lime, Sand, Chatt, and Plaster, Fence Posts and Sewerpipe, Lath and Shingles. 

502 E. Main St., COLLINSVILLE. ILL. 

Kin. 175 PHONES BeU 22 




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PRAIRIE FARMEiR'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



LOUIS J. METZGER 



WATERLOO 



ILLINOIS 




AGRICULTURAL 
/AMACHINERY 

TWINE 

GASOLINE 

ENGINES 

FURNACES 

SILOS PUMPS 

THRESHING 

SUPPLIES 

AND OILS 




T. a G. 

Intemattonal Kerosene Engines 
Fairbanks-Morse Kerosene Engines 
Viking Cream Separators 
Caloric Pipeless Furnace 
Avery Tractors 
International Tractors 
Alamo Farm Lighting Plants 
Dexter Power Washers 
Weber and Damme Wagons 
Hoosief Lime Sowers 
Jeffrey Lime Stone Crushers 
Gundlach Grain Drills 
Hoosier Grain Drills 
Jumbo Engines and Belleville Separ- 
ators 
Birdsell Clover Hulltfrs 



T. G. G. 

American Clover Buncher 

McCormick and Deering Twine 

L H. C. Cultivators and Stalk Cutters 

Collins Cultivators 

P. & O. Sulky and Gang Plows 

Sparta Walking Plows and Harrows 

J. I. Case Sulky and Gang Plows 

Osborne Disc Harrows 

Deering Binders, Mowers, Rakes , 

and Tedders Dunham Roller-bearing 

Clod Crushers 

McCormick Binders, Mowers, Rakes 

and Tedders 

Hayes Pumps Saginaw Silos 

C. B. & Q. Corn Planters 

Banner and Hercules Buggies 




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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNTY 



Monroe County Farmers* Directory 

Abbreviations Used in this Directory 

a— Acres; Ch— Children; O— Owner; T — Tenant or Renter; 
R — Rural Route; Sec — Section; Maiden name of wife folfows 
(directory name in parenthesis (); figures at end of informa- 
tion — year became resident of county. Star (*) indicates 
children not at home. Name of farm in quotation marks fol- 
lows names of children. In case of a tenant, the farm owner's 
name follows the figures giving size of farm. 

EXAMPLE 
Ahnefeld, Ernest (Mary Buttner) Ch Otto, ♦Ernest; Red Bud R2 Prairie 
Du Long Sec28 Tl60a Conrad Becker (1900) Farmers Tel. Hecker. 

Means 
Ahnefeld, Ernest — Name. 
(Mary Buttner) — Wife's maiden name. 
Ch Otto, *Ernest — Names of children. 
Red Bud R2— Postoflfice Red Bud R. F. D. 2. 
Prairie Du Long Sec28 — Township Prairie Du Long, section 28. 
Tl60a — Tenant on 160 acres. 
iConrad Becker — Owner of 160 acres. 
(1900) — Lived in county since 1900. 
Farmers Tel. Hecker — Farmers telephone Hecker exchange. 



Acker. Goree M. (Maggie Wolf) Ch 
Corinne, Harlan Red Bud R2 
Pirairie DuLoncr Pre23 T220a 
H«nry P. Acker (1883) Farmers 
Tel. Hecker 

Acker, Henry P, (Susana Jatho) Ch 
Emily, *PhiIip, *Henry, *Lena, 
♦George; Red Bud R2 Prairie Du- 
Long Prel2 Ol20a (1863) Farmers 
Tel. Hecker 

Acker, John Sr. Ch ♦Louis, ♦Will- 
iam, *Kate, *Lena; Waterloo Rl 
Waterloo Secll Ol60a (1839) 

Acker, John Jr. (Marie M. Schmidt) 
Ch George P., Elnora, ♦William J.; 
"Sylvista Farm" Columbia R2 
Waterloo Sec2 Ol64a (1849) 

Ackermann, Edwin (Carolina Rohr- 
kasse) Ch Clarence, Alvina, Doro- 
thy, Anna; Red Bud R2 Prairie Du- 
Long Pre34 Ol20a (1910) Farmers 
Tfel. Hecker 

Agnew, Albert 'Ch Albert Jr., Viola, 
Earl, Agnes, *Myrtle, *Zell'a; Val- 
meyer Rl Moredock Sec20 T2a 
Miles Heirs (1864) Farmers and 
Fountain Tel. Valmeyer 



Ahem, Eugeme Waterloo Waterloo 
Sec34 T71a Mary J. Ahern (1893) 
JO ell Tel. Waterloo 

Ahern, Mary (Mary O. Riley) Ch 
Eugene, Ediward, Rosa, ♦Maggie, 
♦Julia; Waterloo New Design Sec4 
07la (1853) Harrisonville Tel. 
Waterloo 

Ahne, iFrank (Anna Gepps) Ch 
Frank, Mary, ♦Elizabeth, ♦Minnie, 
♦Katherine, ♦Annie, ♦Bernard, 
♦Albert, ♦Nicholas, ♦Joseph; 
Waterloo R5 Bluff Secl9 Ola (1876) 
BlulT 'iel. Madonnaville 

Ahnefeld, Ernest (Mary Buttnar) Ch 
Otto, ♦Ernest; Red Bud R2 Prairie 
DuLong Sec28 Tl60a Conrad 
Becker (WOO) Farmers Tel. 
Hecker 

Ahnefeld, Ernest (Elsa Vondrohids) 
Ch Melva: Red Bud R2 Prairie Du- 
Lone Pre28 Tl20a Arthur Roscoe 
(1899) iParmers lei. Hecker 

Ahrens, Edward Columbia R2 
■Columbia Pre29 Tl30a William 
Ahrens (1885) 



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PRAIRIE [FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Allison, Henry C. (Catherme Kempf) 
Ch Jessie, Armene, Clarence, 
♦George, *Lydia, *Jacob, ♦Ada, 
♦Ella; Red Bud R4 Renault Sec9 
T440a T. J. LahiU (1912) 

Altes, George (Louisa Hienke) Ch 
Oliver, Elmer, Alma; Waterloo R5. 
BluflF Sec20 Ol60a (1876) Henke 
Tel. W^aterloo. 

Althoff, C. A, Ch August, Clara; 
Waterloo Rl Bluff Secl8 O80a 
(1863) Bluflf Tel. Madonnaville 

Altho£F, Fred C. (Minnie Buethner) 
Ch Albert, Helen; Waterloo R5 
Bluff Secl3 Tl60a Charles Kaemper 
(1888) Harrisonville Tel. Waterloo 

Althoff, George (Lottie W. Schmitt) 
Ch Loretta, Wesley; Valmeyer R2 
Harrisonville Sec29 Tl70a Henry 
Althoff (1887) Farmers Tel. Val- 
meyer 

Althoff, Henry Ch John, ♦'George, 
♦Philip, *Henry Jr., ♦Christina, 
♦iilizabeth; Valmeyer R2 Harri- 
sonville Secl8 O20(>a (1852) Far- 
mers Tel. Valmeyer 

Anderson, Isabella and Mary Prairie 
DiiRocher R2 Renault Sec34 O40a 
(1871) Ames Tel. Ames 

Anderson, Jacob (Elizabeth Schnell- 
becher) Ch William, Fred, Adalia, 
Hanry, Roy; Waterloo R2 Bluff 
SecSlN Ol20a (1877) Farmers and 
Fountain Tel. Waterloo 

Anderson, Johb (Hattie Jennings) 
Ch Earle, Eleanor; Prairie Du- 
Rocher R2 Renault Sec34 0239a 
(1860) Ames Tel. Ames 

Andres, Adam H. (Elizabeth 
Wueritz) Ch Eugene, Elfie, Adam 
Jr., Quentin; Valmeyer R2 Harri- 
sonville Secl7 OlOOa (1883) 'Far- 
mers Tel. Valmeyer 

Andres, Adam J. (Mary Wuertz) Ch 
George, Martha; Valmeyer R2 
Hanrisonville Secl7 Oll7a (1882) 
Bell Tel. Valmeyer 

Andres, Enul J. (Ella Vogel) Ch 
George; Waterloo R5 Bluff Secl3 
T80a Louise Schilling (1894) Har- 
isonville Tel. Waterloo 

Andres. Henry (Lena Glessner) 
Bluff Sees Tl20a 
(1892) Bluff Tel. 



Waterloo Rl 

Nick Andres 
Waterloo 



Axley, Walter A., 
mother; Alfred R 
meyer Rl Moredock Sec20 Tl60a 
Weinel and Grosse (1874) Farmers 
and Fountain Tel. Valmeyer 



Andres, Nick (Teckah Wuertz) Ch 
Clifford; Valmeyer Rl Moredock 
9ec22 T80a William Buncher (1879) 
Farmers^& Fountain Tel. New Han- 
over 

Andrews, John (Eva Wilson) Ch 
Helen. Marshall, Grace, Howard: 
Valmeyer Harrisonville Pre4 T450a 
Mary Folbott (1889) Farmers and 
Fountain Tel. Valmeyer 

Armbrecht, Adolph L. Jr. (Ida 
hientz) Ch Oliver; Waterloo R3 
Waterloo Sec20 TlOOa Adolph 
/armbrecht Sr. (1883) Bell Tel. 
Waterloo 

Arras. Christ, (Dena Hauptfleisch) 
Ch Oswald, Alice, Erwin, Ceorge, 
Helen; Waterloo Rl Waterloo 
Sec29 Ol71a (1882) ^Farmers Tel. 
Waterloo 

Asselmeir,, Charles (Christina Bade) 
Ch Walter, Charles Jr., Heirman, 
r\.lfred, Clara, Olga, Catherine. 
Ariue; Vabneyer R2 Mitchie Sec2 
Tl50a Arthur Asselmeier (1869) 
Farmers Tel. Maeystown 

Asselmeier, Fred (Elizabeth iFauss) 
Ch Christina, Leona. Lehman, 
Charles. WHlliam, ♦Rosa, ♦Christ- 
ian, ♦Walter; Fults Rl Renault 
Sees Oioe^a (Farmers Tel. Maeys- 
town 

Asselmeier, Hemry (Katherine 
Krone) Ch Hilda, Henry, Oliver, 
Julia, Richard, ♦Adele, ♦Paul. ♦Her- 
bert, ♦Rosa; Fults Rl Renault 
.Secl9 Tl27a Louis Stradt (1863) 
Farmers Tel. Maeystown 

Asselmeier, William (Margaret 
Thuerwachter) Ch William, Albert,. 
Henry, Edwin, Freda, Amanda, 
George, Arthur, Raymonds, Mary, 
Harold, August, Esther; Waterloo 
R5 Bluff SecBO O80a (1865) Farm- 
ers Tel. Maeystown 

Axley, B. E. (Elizabeth C. Rohlfing) 
Ch Alice, Grace; Valmeyer Rl 
Moredock Secl7 Tl60a Weinel and 
Grosse (1879) iParmers and Foun- 
tain Tel. Valmeyer 
Gilead Axley, 
brother; Val- 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNTY 



B 



Bade, Anton (Agues Fults) Ch 
Lethe, Alberta, Leona; Valmeyer 
R2 Mitchie Sec9 THOa Martin 
James Est. (1867) (Farmers Tel. 
Maeystown 

BacT, Andrew (Sophie Rawl) Ch 
♦Margaret, Tilly; Red Bud IR4 
Renault Sec9 T216a Ada Beattie 
(1910) 

Baker, George (Lena Sohleifer) 
Renault Renault Sec31 Goldie 
Bostwick 

Bald, Louis (Elizabeth L^oub) Val- 
meyer Harrisonville SeclO Ola 
(1915) Farmers Tel. Valmeyer 

Bange, Edmund P. (Louisa Dellen- 
oerger) Ch Ellen; Waterloo R2 
Waterloo Sec32 Tl40a Fred P. 
Bange (1890) 

Barthel, Henry W, (Emma Ruhl) 
Ch Lawrence; Red Bud R2 Prairie 
DuLoiig Pre5 TlOOa 'Robert Ruhl 

(1913) 'Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Baum, Edmund (Au^sta Aelsen) 
Roy, *Emma; Fults Rl Renault 
Pre9 TllOa Christina Huffmajin 
(1879) 

Baumer, William (Henrietta Arntz) 
Ch Alfred, Chanes, Mildred, Lena; 
Columbia Columbia PrelO TlOOa 
Leo Menner (1880) 

Baxmeyer, Valentine (Louisa Her- 
bert) Ch Richard, Lydia; "Bax- 
mever Dairy Farm" Waterloo Ra 
Waterloo Secl6 Ol20a (1880) Far- 
mers Tel. Waterloo 

Bechtoldt, John H. Ch Willie, Clara, 
Arthur, Theodore, Leroy, Freddie, 
♦Ella, *Emma; Hecker Prairie Du 
Long Pre3 T260a William Stehfist 

(1914) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Becker, Christian (Margaret Reich- 
ert) Ch Amanda, Freda, Eugene, 
Walter, Al-ma, Esther, *TiIlie; 
Columbia Rl Columbia Pre9 OllSa 
(1891) Kinloch Tel. Columbia 

Becker, William V. Ch Pearl; East 
Carondelet (Rl Columbia Pre30N 
O200a (1905) Kinloch Tel. Col- 
umbia 

Beckerle, Casper (Carolina Rau) 
Ch Alonzo, Elmer; Columbia R2 
Columbia Pre36 064a T90a Her- 
man Beckerle (1869) Kinloch Tel. 
Columbia 



Beckerle, William Columbia R2 Col- 
umbia Pre26 Tl37a Herman Beck- 
erle Kinloch Tel. Columbia 
BelL Je£f (Dorothy Rehumkroff) Ch 
Oliver; Red Bud Prairie DuLong 
Pre32 TlOOa Mary Bell (1891) 

BenedSck, Philip C. (Hattie B. Greg- 
son) Ch Ralph, Esther, Oliver; 
Red Bud R4 Renault SeclO T480a 
J. T. McCaffrey (1912) Ames Tel. 
Ames 

Sense, Charlie (Dora Kruse) Ch 
Klla, Alfred, Erwin, Remonia; Red 
Bud R3 Renault Sec27 OlOOa 
T60a Chestser Cowell (1917) 

Bense, Conrad (Mary Droal) Ch 
Fred, Herman, Annie, Leona; Red 
Bud Ra Prairie DuLong Pre23 
T60a Chester Cowell (1917) 

Bense, Henry (Minnie Kalowsky) Ch 
Edgar, Aledy; Red Bud IR8 Renault 
Sec26 Ol40a (1899) Ames Tel. 
Ames 

Berg, Valentine (Kate Cottom)^ Ch 
Edward; Waterloo R4 New Design 
•Secl3 O80a (1891) 'Farmers Tel. 
Hecker 

Berneking, Matilda (Matilda Bahro) 
'Ch William,- Fred, Lulu, Lydia>. 
♦-Charles; Praine"' DuRocher .Rl 
'Renault Secl4S T225 Baer Bros. 
(1864) Farmers TeL Kidd 

Bertram, Joseph (Teresa Laforg«) 
Ch Oscar, Rosa, Latorge, *Joseph, 
♦Martin, ♦Peter, ♦Walter, ♦Anna; 
♦Tillie, ♦Elnora; Fults Rl Mitchie 
Sec25 Tl60a Winkelman Est. 
(1856) Farmers Tel. Fults 

Bertram, Walter (Clara Burkhardt) 
Ch Earl, Leona; Fults Rl Mitchie 
Sec25 Tla Joseph Bertram (1895) 

Bertram, WiUiam (Ella Clark) Ch 
Katherine, Herbert, Hilda, I^eon- 
ard, Teresa, *William, ♦Arthur, 
♦Edna, ♦Edith, ♦Martha; Fults R2 
Renault .Sec2 O80a (1894) 

Best, John Waterloo; R2 Waterloo 
Seel Ol20a (1857) 

Bettis, John Ch Tessie; Mary Bettis, 
mother; Valmeyer R2 Harrison- 
ville •Sec31 T70a George Crocker 
(1873) 

Bickelhaupt, George (Catharine Mil- 
ler) Ch Ledia, (ieorge, ♦Katy, 
♦Philip, ♦Lizzie, ♦Louisa; Renault 
Renault Sec30 O900a (1856) Farm- 
ers Tel. iRenault 



139 



PRAIRIE IFARMER'S RELIAKLE DrRECTORY 



Bickelhaupt, Henry (Christina Wer- 
lirig) Ch William, Amanda; Water- 
loo Rl Waterloo Secl9 Ol83a 
(1863) Farm<!rs Tel. Waterloo 

Bickelhaupt, PhUip H. (Margaret Al- 
tes) Ch Lenora, Margaret; Renault 
Star Rte. Renault SecSO TlSOa 
George Bickelhaupt (1888) Farm- 
ers Td. Renault 

Bicklein, Fred (Calrrie Weilkamp) 
Ch Ervin, Luella, Lillian, Walter, 
Roy, Estella; Valmeyer Rl More- 
dock Sec33 Tl47a Barbara Weit- 
kamp (1878) Farmetrs and Foun- 
tain Tel. Valmeyer. 

Bicklein, Peter (Ada Vogal) Ch Ed- 
win, Flora, Maud; Valmeyer Rl 
Moredock Secie Tl60a Loms New- 
barth (1882) Fairmers and Foun- 
tain Tel. Valmeyer 

Bicklein, Thomas (Anne Janson) 
Waterloo (Rl Waterloo Secl9 T80a 
Fred Teppenhoff (1891) Farmers 
Tel. New Hanover 

Bieber, Charles P. (Fre<la Niemann) 
Ch Clarence, Armand, Marie; 
Waterloo RS Waterloo Sec28 T80a 
Philip Bieber (1886) Farmers Tel. 
Waterloo 

Bieber, George (Lvdia Rudolf) Ch 
Elmer, Matilda; Columbia Rl Col- 
umbia Pre31 083a (1892) Kinloch 
Tel Hanover 

Biellinjcer, John H. (Margaret En- 
<£ress) Ch Henry, Martha, *John; 
Columbia R2 Columbia Prel7 Olla 
T54a (1854) Kinloch Tel. Colum- 
bia 

Bievenue, Xav^er (Carolina Horsch- 
mann )iCh Sylvester; Red Bud R4 
Prairie DuLong Pre29 O40a Tl40a 
Caroline Horschmann (1900) 

Bififar, George (Martha Rheinhardt) 
Waterloo R4 Waterloo Sec35 Tl59a 
(1893) Farmers Tel. Waterloo 

Blackburn, August (Malinda Klotz) 
Ch Herschel, Eunice; Hecker 
Prairie DuLong Sec32 075a Farm- 
ers Tel. Hecker 

Bloyd, Samuel Emma, Mary., sisters; 
Anna E. Bloyd, mother; Waterloo 
IR2 Moredock Sec36 T249a Bloyd 
Est. (1869) Farmers Fountain Tel. 
Waterloo 

Bodenbach, William (Delia Assel- 
meyer) Fults Rl Mitchie Secl2 
Tl20a Christina Maeys (1888) 
Farmers Tel. Maeystown 



Boedeker, F. H. (Anna Boehme> 
Waterloo IRl HarrisonVille Secl^ 
TlSOa William Boedeker (1882) 
Union Tel. Madonnaville 

Boedecker, William Jr. (Elizabeth 
Weitkamp) Ch Lester, Clarence; 
Valmeyer Rl Moredock Sec28^ 
Tl23a John Eitmann (1884) Farm- 
ers and Fountain Tel. Valmeyer 

Boehne, Fred Sr. (Louisa Eilbracht> 
Ch '±<red Jr., William, Arthur, Os- 
wald, *Caroline, *Minnie, *Clarai 
♦Louisa, *Freda; Waterloo Rl 
Bluff Sec9 0128a (1855) Henke Tel. 
Waterloo 

Boll, George C. (Mary Tillman) Cb 
Olivia, Anna, Hilda, Martha, Karl; 
Waterloo R4 Prairie DuLong Pre6 
Tl47a Barbara Tillman (1873) 
Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Bozzay, Dennis (Helen' Horwath) 
Ch Elvira, Olga, Dennis; Burks- 
vill* New Design Secl9 Ol20a 
(1916) Farmers Tel. Burksville 

Branch, Joe E. (Josie Dugan) Ch 
Leo; Waterloo R4 Waterloo iSec33 
Tll9a Jane Branch (1890) Bell TeL 
Waterloo 

Branch, John (Amanda Branch) Ch 
Ben, Josephine, Florence, Dorothy. 
Oliver, John, Joe; Burksville Rl^ 
New Design Sec20 Tl20a Herman 
Sielley (1883) Farmers Tel. Burks- 
ville 

Brand, Anton J. Ch Henry, Rosalie,. 
Bertille; Waterloo R4 Wiaterloo 
Sec36 Ol04a (1886) Farmers TeU 
Hecker 

Brand, Nick Ch Melissa, Mary, An- 
ton; Waterloo R4 Waterloo Sec36 
O204a (1854) "Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Brandt, George (Rosa Dear) Ch 
Elmer, Victor; Fults Rl Renault 
Sec5 Tl20a Moritz Brandt (189iy 
Farmers Tel. Maeystown 

Brandt, Herman H. (Anne Taake) 
Ch Edna; Waterloo Rl Waterloo- 
Sec9 Tl20a Louis Brandt (1897) 
Farmers Tel. New Hanover 

Brandt, Louis Jr. (Emma Taake) Ch 
Alois; Valmeyer Rl Moredock 
Seel T217a Louis H. Brandt Sr. 
(1888) Farmers and Fountain TeL 
New Hanover 

Brandt, Louis H. (Louisa Mueller) 
Ch Herman, Manda, UiltoB, *Flora 
♦Louis Jr., iGeorge, '•'Freda; "Lake 
View Farm" Waterloo Rl Water- 
loo 5ec9 Ol70a (1866) Farmers. 
Tel. New Hanover 



140 



FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNTY 



Brandt, William C. (Lidy Fromine) 
Ch Raymond, Sylvester. Pearl; 
Fults Rl Renault oec8 T315a Mor- 
itz Brandt (1888) Farmers Tel. 
Maeystown 

Brandt, WilUam P. (Elizabeth 
Schmidt) Ch Blanche. William Jr.. 
Margaret, Oliver, Elizabeth. Dor- 
othy, Henrietta; *Esther; Fults Rl 
Mitchie Secl3 T200a Fred Schwartz 

(1873) Farmers Tel. Maeystown 

Braun, Adam (Berdie Dehn) Ch An- 
na, Emma, Erna, Russell; Water- 
loo R4 New Design Sec24 08aa 
Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Braun, Aloysious (Mabel Caren) Ch 
Georgia; Renault iRcnault SecSS 
T60a George Conkle (1890) Farm- 
ers Tel. Renault 

Braun, Ben (Maev Robertson) Ch 
Vern, G«jice; Prairie DuRocher R3 
Renault SeclS T90a Demint and 
Hardy (1889) Farmers Tel. Ren- 
ault 

Braun, Frank (Lena Winker) Ch 
Viola Edgar, Frank, Wilford, Ber- 
aiice. *Ida; Red Bud IR2 Prairie Du 
Long Prel2 T80a Edward Pabst 
(1916) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Braun, George (Caroline Noelken) 
Ch Raymond; Fults R2 Renault 
Sec23 T360a Henry and John Nee- 
mann (1884) Farmers Tel. Renault 

Braun, George T. (Bertha Dehn) Ch 
Lucille, Mrs. L. Becker; Waterloo 
R4 Prairie DuLong Prel8 T250a 
John Stoehr (1903) Farmers Tel. 
Hecker 

Braun, Henry S. (Bertha Truttmann) 
Ch Henry, Clarence, Helen, Ray- 
mond, Leo, Willie; Hecker Prairie 
DuLong Pre3 Tl53a Mary Braun 

(1874) Farmers Tel. Hecker 
Braun, John F. (Christina Zeiger) 

Ch Francis, William, Christina, 
Josephine, Rosalia; Renault Ren- 
ault Sec31 OlOa (1879) 
Braun, John M (Mary Schilling) Ch 
Louisa, Ida; Red Bud R2 Prairie 
DuLong Pre4 Tl60a Mary Braun 
(1880) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Braun, Peter (Mary Dehn) Ch Al- 

venia, Charlie, Edna, *Herman; 

Red Bud R4 Prairie DuLong Pre30 

Tl20a William and Fred Zuer- 

gens (1870) Farmers Tel. Hecker 



Braun, William K (Elenora Schilling) 
Ch Mary; Hecker Prairie DuLong 
PrelO TlGOa Mary F. Braun (1885) 
Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Brellinger, John Jr. (Mary Mosbauch- 
er) Ch Stella, Alitha, Clarence, Ella; 
Columbia Rl Columbia Pre9 T82a 
Theodore Steppigs Est. (1882) Kin- 
loch Tel. Columbia 

Brinkman, Henry (Ella Foalmann) 
Ch Anna, Katie, Mary, Freds Ben, 
Louisa, Ella, Christine. TilUe, 
Henry, John; Waterloo R3 Water- 
loo Sec23 O80a (18547) 

Brooks, George M. (Minnie Dvorick) 
"Brook's S. C. White Leghorn 
Farm" Waterloo Rl Waterloo Sec6 
075a (1918) Kinloch Tel. New 
Hanover 

Bruns, Henry (Ida Rausch) Ch 
Eugene, Emily, Henry, Lester, Lu- 
ella; Hecker Prairie DuLong Pre4 
OlOOa (1867) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Buck, Fred (Christina Henke) Ch 
Emma, Albert, Anna; Waterloo Rl 
Bluff Sec8 085a (1872) Henke Tel. 
Waterloo 

Buehler, Christ (Frieda Birkner) Ch 
Ivo; "Parish Farm" Waterloo R4 
Prairie DuLong Sec31 TSOa St. 
A'ugsin Parish Farmers Tel. 
Hecker 

Buesking, Andrew (Johanna Just) Ch 
Otto, Yetta, Nora; Jacob, brother; 
Elizabeth, mother; Fults Rl 
Mitchie Sec24 T200a Winkelman 
Est. (1875) Farmers Tel. Fults 

Buesking, Fred (Charlotta Buesking) 
Ch *Chades, *Lizzie, *Lottie, ♦Al- 
bert, *Gus, *Minnie; Fults R2 Ren- 
ault Secl9 05a (1864) 

Buettner, Eckhard (Elizabeth 
Xoenig) Ch Sylvia, Richard, Wal- 
ter; Fults R2 Renault Seel Ol60a 
(1862) Farmers Tel. Renault 

Buettner, Henry (Lucy Matson) Ch 
Leo, Joseph, Henry, OUie, Lucy, 
Ray. Albert, Harold, •Herbert, 
*Lula, *Winnie; Burksville Rl New 
Design Sec3l T230a John Morrison 
(1865) 

Buettner, Henry (Minnie Wiedner) 
Ch Norma, Lucille; Waterloo R5 
Bluff Sec3 T80a Friederica Hahn 
(1889) 



141 



PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Buettner, John H. (Myrtle Hursey) 
Ch Clarence, Charles, Eleanor; 
Pults Rl Renault Sec20 T200a John 
Klein (1892) Farmers Tel. Maeys- 
town 

Buettner, Joseph (Frances Andres) 
Ch Florence, Madaline, Marcella; 
Waterloo Rl Waterloo Secl7 T2l4a 
Victor Buettner (1882) Farmers 
Tel. New Hanover 

Buettner, Louis H. (Mary Kohl- 
meier) Ch Victor, Anna, Emily, 
Ilo; "Cotton Wood Ri-dge Farm" 
Prairie Du Rocher Rl Renault Secll 
T210a Baer Bros. (1881) Farmers 
Tel. Kidd 

Bunch, James W. (Elsie O'Leary) 
Ch Walter, Margaret, Raymond, 
Maria, Lucille, Isabel; Fults R2 
Renault Secl8 OlSOa (1891) Farm- 
ers Tel. Renault 

Buncher, Michael (Mary Eschman) 
Ch William, Frank, Michael Jr., 
Rosella. Elizabeth, May, *John; 
Waterloo R2 Harrisonville Seel 
Tl25a John Mentel (1865) Har- 
risonville Bell Tel. Madonnaville 



Buncher, William (Maggie Wuertz) 
Ch Elizabeth, Dorothy; Valmeyer 
Rl Moredock Sec22 Tl30a Louisa 
Erd (1871) 

Burkhardt, Adolph (Josephine Sain- 
teve) Ch Emil, Irene, Ida; Burks- 
ville Rl New Design Sec33 T5a 
John Sainteve (1890) 

Burkhardt, John F. (Mary Franklin) 
Ch Vera, Lelia, Sarah, Albert, *Lee, 
*Clara; Fults R2 Renault Secl& 
TSOOa Deint and Hardy (1860) 
Farmers Tel. Fults 

Buss, Joseph B. (Elizabeth Goeddel) 
iCh Hilda, Ellsa. Freida, Elizabeth, 
Florence, Leone. Elmer; Waterloo 
R3 Waterloo Sec22 Ol20a (1871) 

Byers, Edward (Elsie Branch) Ch 
John, Raymond, Theodore, Roy,. 
Arthur; Valmeyer R2 Mitchie Sec3 
Tl39a Peter Mueller (1903) Farm- 
ers Tel. Maeystown 

Bylsma, Manus (Anke Hiens) Ch 
Sadie, Charlie, Ollie, Minna, Helen, 
Anna; Dupo Columbia Pre55 Farm 
Mgr. James Donohue (1919) Kin- 
loch Tel. Columbia 



Carle, Mrs. John (Caroline Schlem- 
mer) Ch William. Bertha, Eliza- 
beth, Vola, *George; Columbia R2 
Columbia Pre20 085a (1862) Kin- 
loch Tel. Columbia 

Carl, Mrs. Philip (Lizzie Huch) Ch 
Henry, Mary, Katie, John, Philip; 
Columbia Rl Columbia PrelC Tl40a 
Ida Brunig (186G) Kinloch Tel. 
Columbia 

Carr, Mrs. Lena M. (Lena Drur>-) Ch 
Patrick, Michael, William, Lizzie, 
Alice, Emmett, Peter, ♦•Mary,*Win- 
nie; Prairie DuRocher R3 Renault 
Sec28 Ol20a (1863) 

Carr, Mike (Mary Doarr) Ch Mar- 
garet, Martha, Viola, Esther; 
Prairie DuRocher R3 Renault Sec2 
Tl50a M. Liddiy (1893) Farmers 
Tel. Renault 

Carron, William S. (Vina M<3Clena- 
han) Ch Bertha, Mary, Arlena, Ol- 
iver; Prairie DuRocher R3 Renault 
SecsS Ola F. M. Brickey (1917) 
Farmers Tel. Renault 



Cheek. V/iUiam J. (Cindrella Fults) 
Ch Mary E., Wilma M.; Prairie Du 
Rocher R3 Renault Sec25 T20a 
Demint and Hardy (1885) 

Ciburla, John (Anna Sedlacek) Fults 
R2 Renault SeclS O80a (1917) 

Cleveland, Albert (Clara Pfeffer) Ch 
Grover; Red Bud R2 Prairie Du 
Long Preie TSOa Elizabeth Becker 
(1912) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Cody, James (Mary Fleming) Ch Jos- 
eph,, *James, *John, *Francis, 
*Nellie, ♦Lillie; Burksville Rl New 
Design £ec28 Ol60a (1854) Farm- 
ers Tel. Burksville 

Coleman, Edward (Margaret Kelley) 
Burksville Rl New Design Sec2a 
O80a (1870) 

Coleman, Joseph Burksville Rl New 

Design Sec2l OSOa (1886) Farm- 
ers Tel. Burksville 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNTY 



Collier, Ralph C. (Amanda White- 
side) Ch Irene, Mark, Ruth; 
"Whiteside Farm" Waterloo R4 
Prairie DuLong Pre8 TeoOa John 
D. Whiteside (1886) Farmers Tel. 
Hecker 

Coop, Charles T. (Matilda Franke) 
Ch Ednvard C, Walter J., Mary A., 
Arthur T., Elmer T., Cecelia F., 
Albert Agnes; Hecker Prarie Du 
Long Sec28 Ol20a (1869) Farmers 
Tel. Hecker 

Cowell, Isadore A. (Viola Rahn) Ch 
Lawrence, Elmer, Archie; Red 
Bud R2 Prairie DuLong Pre28 
Tl60a Sophia Heyl (1886) Farm- 
ers Tel. Hecker 

Crook, Charles H. (Carrie Simpson) 
Ch Albert, Florence; Burksville Rl 
New Design Sec22 0523a (1869) 
Farmers Tel. Burksville 

Crook, Charles J. (Barbara A. Joest) 
Ch Minnie, Marie, Leroy, Bertha, 
♦Kate, *Arthur, *George, *Caroline, 
*Lydia, *Albert, *W*illiam; Red Bud 
R4 Renault Secll T200a Margaret 
Raty (1860) Ames Tel. Ames 

Crook, Paul (Lillie Collman) Ch Mar- 
garet, Mabel, Lizzie, William, Mil- 
lard; Burksville Rl New Desigrr 
Sec22 O200a Farmers Tel. Burks- 
ville 

Curran, William 



Crook, William F. (Tresa K. Brigge- 
mann) Ch James; Burksville Rl 
New Design SeclO T240a William 
E. Crook (1884) Farmers Tel. 
Waterloo 

Crowe, James P. (Mary Frisch) Ch 
James, Ina May, Margaret; Burks- 
ville Rl New Design Secl5 Tl60a 
Matt and Tom Crowe (1882) Farm- 
ers Tel. Burksville 

Crowe, Matt (Adaline Myerscough) 
iCh Blanche, Marie; Waterloo R4 
New Design Sec2 OieOa (1883) 
Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Crowe, Thomas P. (Catherine Goed- 
del) Ch *Patrick, *Agnes, *Frank, 
*Joe, *Winifred, *Lizzie; Waterloo 
R4 Waterloo Sec34 Ol20a (1857) 
Bell Tel. Waterloo 

Cullen, Daniel D. (Margaret Liddy) 
"Cullen Frain Farm" Prairie Du 
Rocher R3 Renault Secll 0425a 
(1869) 

Cullen, Tom (Margaret Larkin) 
Prairie DuRocher R2 Renault Sec27 
Ol61a (1865) Ames Tel. Ames 

Cunningham, C. A. (Clara Bauer) Ch 
Mildred, Edna; "Oak Dale Farm" 
Prairie DuRocher R3 Renault Sec4 
0144a (1913) Ames Tel. Ames 



(Caroline Kalmer) 
Ch Emma, Winifred, Kathryn, Wil- 
1am, Cecelia, Frank, *Mary Burks- 
ville Rl New Design Sec27 0323a 
(1859) Farmers Tel. Burksville 



D 



Darnes, Charles (Kathryn Biehler) 
iCh Otto, Adeline, Florence, *Belle, 
♦Frances, *Elizabeth, *Blanche, 
"Cedar Grove Farm" Prairie Du 
Rocher R3 Renault Sec3 Ol80a 
(1859) Ames Tel. Ames 

David, Ernest (Mena Schmidt) Ch 
Arnold, *Ernest, *Herman, *Louis, 
♦Sophia,, ♦Martha; Red Bud R2 
Prairie DuLong Sec35 OlOOa (1835) 
Farmers Tel. Prairie 

Davis, Esther (Esther McCuen) Ch 
Percy, ♦Effie; Prairie DuRocher 
R2 Renault Sec35 O230a (l889) 
Ames Tel. Ames 



Davis, Grant F. (Anna Nicholson) 
Ch Ralph, Fay, Elory, Raymond, 
Helen, Audell, ♦Irene; "Blue Grass 
Farm" Red Bud R3 Renault Sec36 
Ol20a (1894) Ames Tel. Ames 

DeBuhr, Ibo H. (Mary Henerforth) 
Ch Clara, Frieda, Oliver, Ralph; 
Fults Rl Renault PrelO 087a 
(1869) Farmers Tel. Maeystown 

Dehn, Peter Burksville Rl New De- 
sign Sec23 Tl60a Peter Dehn 
(1884) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Deuster, William (Katie Engel) Ch 
Marie; Valmeyer R2 Harrisonville 
Sec30 TSOa John Klein (1912) 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DURECTORY 



Dick, Edward A. (Mary V. Pour) Ch 
Florence, Joseph Red ^ud R4 
Renault Secl2 O240a (1897) Ames 
Tel. Ames 

Dick, Ferdinand Jr. (Minnie Fries) Ch 
Rosa, Herman, Rufus, George, El- 
sie; "Prairie Farm" Fults R2 Ren- 
ault Sec3 Cl25a (1873) Farmers 
Tel. Maeystown 

Dieckmann, William (Lena Ritzel) 
Ch Lizzie, Bertha, Luella, Lydia, 
Ardelia, Frederick; Valmeyer R2 
Harrisonville Sec28 T5£a Nu- 
bruegge and Mueller (1876) Farm- 
ers Tel. Valmeyer 

Diemert Louis C. (Tillie Sorber) Ch 
Arwin, Leona; Valmeyer R2 
Mitchie Secl5 T80a John Hoffmann 
(1886) Farmers Tel. Maeystown 

Diercks, Fred W. (Lena Voss) Ch 
Oscar; Red Bud R2 Prairie DuLong 
Sec35 T68a Lena Diercks (1879) 
Farmers Tel. Prairie 

Dietz„ Andrew (Willimina Schnei- 
der) Ch Conrad, Tilla, C:harles, 
Clara; Waterloo R2 Waterloo Sec21 
O200a (1872) Farmers Tel. Water- 
loo 

Dillenberger, Albert (Emma Nagel) 
Ch Alberta; Waterloo Rl Harrison- 
ville Secl2 Tl80a C. F. Nagel (1888) 
Farmers Tel. Madonnaville 

Dillenberger, Philip (Lissette Hoflf- 
mann) Ch Garland, Ardell; Fults 
Rl Renault Sec30 T200a Demint 
and Hardy (1888) Farmers Tel. 
Maeystown 

Dillenberger, William Sr, (Anna Hen- 
rich) Ch Otto, Jacob, ♦Philipina, 
♦Louisa,, ♦Emma, ♦William, Albert, 
♦Philip, ♦'Charley, ♦Louis; Maeys- 
town Renault Sec4 T200a Jacob 
Hoffmann (1899) Farmers Tel. 
Maeystown 

Dillenberger, William J, Jr. (Delma 
Harson) Ch Eurek, Willevrey, Wal- 
lace; Fults Rl Renault SeclO Tll8a 
Mrs. Hoerr (1087) Farmers Tel. 
Maeystown 

Dinan, F. J. (Leora Sinclair) Ch Gil- 
ber*t, Bill ; Prairie DuRocher R2 
Renault Sec35 T259a Aflfa Dinan 
(1878) 

Dinan, W. A. (A.?a L. Gilbert) Ch 
Bessie, ♦Ferdinand, ♦Anna, ♦Marie; 
♦Rose; "Maple Grove Farm" 
Prairie DuRocher R2 Renault Sec35 
0259a Affa Dinan (1865) Ames Tel. 
Ames 



Divers, John S. (Nettie Castiel) Ch 
Jack, ♦Ellean; Columbia Rl Col- 
umbia Prel8 OlOOa (1866) Kinlocb 
Tel. Colirtnbia 

Doelitzsch, Frank A. (Ida C. Hergen- 
roeder) Ch Nettie; Waterloo 
Waterloo Sec29 T200a Frank and 
Julius Doelitzsch (1886) Bell Tel. 
Waterloo 

Doerr, A. (Mary Offermann) Ch Earl, 
Ralph, Mary, Sadie, Walter, Elmer, 
Elnora, Clarence, ♦Elsie, ♦Matilda; 
Prairie DuRocher R8 Renault 
SeclOS O60a (1867) Farmers TeU 
Ki.dd 

Doerr, Margaret (Margaret Harms) 
Ch Henry, Philip, Jacob, August^ 
Kate, Oscar, ♦Christina, ♦Mary; 
Prairie DuRocher Rl Renault SeclS 
097a (1860) Farmers Tel. Renault 

Doerr, William (Lydia Branch) Ch 
Edwardi, Raymond, Bertha, Alma, 
Arthur, William; Columbia Rl Col- 
umbia PreSO Tl50a Hubct Reis 
(1880) 

Donius, George W. (Lizzie K. Melch- 
ing) Ch George, Frieda, Harry, Ed- 
win; Red Bud R4 Renault Sec23 
Tl20a J P. Studt (1880) Farmers 
Tel. Renault 

Donius, John (Mary Rahn) Ch Wal- 
ter, Theodore, ♦Henry, ♦George, 
♦Ida, ♦Anna; Prairie DuRocher R3 
Renault Sec20 Ol60a (1885) Farm- 
ers Tel. Renault 

Dooley, Michael F. (Helena Vogt) 
Ch Tillie, Margaret, Alban, Leo, 
Edma, Clara, Ida, Jerome, ♦Laura, 
♦Josephine; Columbia R2 Columbia 
Pre23 Tll3a Frank Thoma (1856) 
Kinloch Tel. Columbia 

Dora, Christan A. (Katherine Beck- 
mann) Ch Leslie, Elenora; Red Bud 
R4 Renault Secl4 TlOOa Robert 
Dorn (1885) Ames Tel. Ames 

Dom, William J. H. (Lena Renner) 
Ch Marvin, Leona; Red Bud R3 
Renault Secl3 Tl20a Charles Dorn 
(1890) United Tel. Red Bud 

Dotzauer, Richard (Margaret Eckert) 
Ch Lulu, Henry, ♦Fred, ♦Arthur, 
♦Rosa, ♦Emma; Columbia R2 Col- 
umbia Pre20 089^a (1859) Kin- 
loch Tel. Columbia 

Dougherty, John E. (Marie Powdierly) 
'Ch James, Catherine, Gertrude, 
Manila; Red Bud R4 Renault 
Secl5 O80a (1868) Ames Tel. Ames 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNTY 



Dougherty, Mrs. Mary E. (Mary 
Walsh) Ch Mary, Nellie, Josie, Leo; 
Burksville Rl Renaultt Sec4 Ol60a 
(1905) Burksville Tel. Burksville 

Dougherty, Thomas M. (Emma Mur- 
phy) Ch John, Joseph, Loretta, 
Mary, Viola; Red Bud R4 Renault 
Sec20 O80a (1870) Farmers Tel. 
Renault 

Doyle, Martin (Mary Braun) Ch Am- 
bros, Paul, Clara, Sylvester, Wil- 
liam, Agnes, Francis, Mary; Red 
Bud R4 New Design Sec24 Ol40a 
(1865) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Dueker, August (Marie Fupersing) 
Ch *Charles, *Dora, ♦William; Val- 
Aieyer Rl Moredock SecSl Tl50a 
Michael Shorr (1886) Farmers and 
Fountan Tel. Valmeyer 

Dueker, Caroline C. (Caroline C. Par- 
rott) Ch Harold, Lela, Gla/dys, 
Ethel; Prairie DuRocher R2 Ren- 
ault Sec35 053a (1907) Ames Tel. 
Ames 



Duffy, Prank (Frances Furniss) Ch 
Albert, Walter, Anna, Frank, Belle, 
Martha. Lawrence, *Arthur, ♦John; 
Valmeyer R2 Harrisonville Sec28 
T290a Joseph Rickert (1864) Farm- 
ers Tel. Valmeyer 

Dugan, John (Minnie Fiel) "Dugan 
Dairy Farm" Burksville Rl New 
Design Sec21 O40a Farmers Tel. 
Burksville 

Dugan, Mary (Mary Maher) Ch 
Sarah, ♦Mike, ♦Josephine, ♦Mollie; 
Burksville Rl New Design Sec20 
O80a (1861) Farmers Tel. Burks- 
ville 

Dunsmore, James (Agnes Barker) 
Valmeyer R2 Harrisonville Secl9 
T200a William H. Horine (1864) 

Durrer, Theodore (Freda Exnor) Ch 
Georgia A., John; Waterloo R2 
Moredock Secl3 TSOOa Christina 
Niemeier (1888) 

Dussen, William (Mary Kerber) Ch 
Frank; Waterloo R3 Waterloo 
Pre20 Tl60a Edtward Grone (1881) 
Bell Tel. Waterloo 



£ 



Ebel, Adam (Emma Hoffmann) 
Waterloo R5 Harrisonville Sec25 
Tl60a George Weisenborn (1897) 
Farme-s Tel. Maeystown 

Ebel, Philip (Amelia Kempf) Ch 
Mary, ♦Adam; Maeystown Harri- 
sonville Sec36 O40a TieOa Nick 
Welch (1879) Farmers Tel. Maeys- 
town 

Eckert, Henry (Louisa Juelps) Ch 
Louisa, Theodore; Burksville Rl 
New Design Sec3l Ol20a (1895) 
Farmers Tel. Waterloo 

Eichelmann, George M. (Elizabeth 
Lenhardt) Ch Luella, Erwin, Edna; 
Waterloo R3 Waterloo Sec9 Ol22a 
(1899) Farmers Tel. Waterloo 

Eichelmann, Henry (Christine Rehl- 
ing) Ch Alma, Henry, Roland, Ar- 
della, Meta; "Eichelmann Poultry 
Farm" Waterloo R4 Waterloo 
Sec28 O200a (1876) Bell Tel. 
Waterloo 

Eichelmann, Rudolph (Christine 
Ruff) Ch Albert, Adamsel, Leona; 
Waterloo R3 Waterloo Sec21 
O240a (1880) Bell Tel. Waterloo 



Eichenseer, George (Mary A. Hoef) 
iCh Carl, Elizabeth; Red Bud R8 
Renault Sec36 Ol38a (1881) Farm- 
ers Tel. Commons 

Eichenseer, John (Mary S. Merchem) 
Ch Ida, Christi e, Vincent, Leo, 
Therese, Veronica, Herman, ♦Anas- 
tacia, ♦Angela, ♦Bernie; Red Bud 
R3 Renault Sec25 O80a (1863) 
Farmers Tel. Commons 

Eichenseer, Joseph (Mary S. Vogt) 
Ch Henry, Albert, Emil, Ella; Red 
Bud R3 Renault Sec3« OlOOa (1870) 
Ames Tel. Ames 

Eidmann, Fred and Anna "Jersey 
Stock Farm" Fults R2 Renault Sec3 
O80a (1870) Farmers Tel. Renault 

Einwich, Matt (Mary Beckley) Ch 
Adolph, Annie, John, Betty, Arthur, 
Edward, Lulu, Nettie, Allnus, 
♦Dora; Columbia R2 Columbia 
Pre26 T82a Christina Beckley 
(1869) Kinloch Tel. Columbia 

Eisenbart, Fred (Mary Miller) Ch 
Louisa, Albert, Emma, Henry; Red 
Bud Renault Secl3 O200a (1857) 
Ames Tel. Ames 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Eisenbart, Peter (Elizabeth E. Lohr- 
berg) Red Bud R4 Renault Secll 
OU2a (1856) Ames Tel. Ames 

Eitmann, John W. (Minnie Ketter) 
Ch Louisa, Herman, Elsie, Hilda, 
*Lottie; "Oak Hill Farm" Water- 
loo Rl Waterloo Sec7 O202a (1870) 
Kinloch Tel. New Hanover 

Eppinger, Charles H. (Pauline 
Ewald) Ch Frank, Olga, Wilbert, 
Dorothy; Valmeyer Harrisonville 
Sec3 TlOOa Joseph F. Mever (IS'J'S) 
Farmers & Fountain Tel. Val- 
meyer 

Eschmann, John A. (iCatharine 
Thoma) Ch Frank, Pauline. Dor- 
othy, Sophia, Barbara; Columbia Rl 
Columbia Pre36 Tl50a Frank 
Thoma (1878) Kinloch Tel. Colum- 
bia 



Eschmann, John P. (Mary Andres) 
Ch Joe, Armin, Walter, Hilda, Her- 
man, Robert; Waterloo R3 Water- 
loo Sec9 Tl93a Mrs. C. Weihl 
(1880) Kinloch Tel. Waterloo. 

Eschmann, Theodore Ch Mildred, 
Dorothy, Elvira, Margaret, Edward); 
Columbia Columbia Pre6 T204a 
Amanda Gauch (1882) Kinloch Tel. 
Columbia 

Eschmann, William (Ida Kaemiipfe) 
Ch Stella, Florence, Earl, Ella, El- 
mer; Columbia Rl Columbia Pre20 
Oll5a Tll5a (1880) Kinloch Tel. 
Columbia. 

Etling, Jacob (Mary Mehn) Ch 
Henry, *Jennie, *Lizzie, *Mary, 
♦James, *Rosa; Columbia R2 Col- 
umbia PreSlE 044a (1841) 



Fahey, James F. (Margaret Gorman) 
Ch Mary, Helen. John; Waterloo 
R4 New Design Sec24 0l46a (1873) 
Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Fahey, Martin (Ellen Gorman) Ch 
Charles, Thomas, Catherine, \\ il- 
liam; Red Bud R4 New Design 
Sec35 O200a 

Fahey, Owen (Isabell Laughlin) Ch 
Vincent, Clarence, Mary; Burks- 
vilie Rl New Design Sec23 Ol60a 
1863) 

Fahey, Owen F. (Anna Harvey) Ch 
Edward, Eugene, Isabelle, Marcella, 
Estella; Waterloo R4 New Design 
Secl4 6l24a Farmers TeL Hecker 

Faus, Albert (Emma Miller) Ch 'Mel- 
vm- Maeystown Bluff Sec32 T3o0a 
Louis Faus Jr. (1884) Farmers Tel. 
Maeystown 

Fauss, Christ (Elizabeth Becker) Ch 
Olea, Charles, Walter, Emii; Fults 
Rl^Renault Secl8 T275a John Huen- 
erforth (1867) Maeystown Tel. 
Maeystown 

Fauss, Louis (Mary Kohuz) Ch Clara, 
Raymond, Armin; Valmeyer R« 
Mitchie Secll Tl20a Rudolph 
Klein (1885) Farmers Tel. Maeys- 
towu 



Fauss, Willie (Christina Milching) 
iCh Lena, Freda, Emma, Theodore, 
Willie, Hulda, Clara, Hilda; Ren- 
ault Renault Sec29 Tla (1880) 

Fausz, William (Maggie Reid) Ch 
Willie. Henry, George, Mary; 
Red Bud R4 Renault Seel? T240a 
William S. Reid Sr. (1909) Farmers 
Tel. Renault 

Fehr, August C. (Olga Stellhorn) 
Ch Raymondl; Red Bud R2 Prairie 
DuLong Pre36 TSOa Charles Fehr 

Fehr, Charles P. (Minnie Hitzmann) 
Ch Walter, *William, *Charles, 
♦August, *Ida, *Emnia, ♦Lena; 
Red Bud R2 Prairie DuLong Pre25 
O508 (1857) Farmers Tel. Prairie 

Fehr, WiUiam H. (Helen Wetzel) Ch 
Viola, Henry, Esther; Red Bud R2 
Prairie DuLong Pre36 Ol64a (1883) 
Farmers Tel. Prairie 

Feldmeier, Henry (Mary Hoffmann) 
Ch Oliver, Olivia, Robert; Mr. ^nd 
Mrs. William Feldmeier, father and 
mother; Valmeyer R2 Mitchie 
Secl2 Tl73a William Feldmeier 
(1881) Farmers Tel. Maeystown 

Fellenstein Bros., William, August, 
Conrad Elizabeth Fellenstein, 
mother; Waterloo R2 Moredock 
Sec26 Ol20a (1855) Farmers & 
Fountain Tel. Valmeyer 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNTY 



Fellenstein, Charles (Sophia Hutter) 
Ch Edward A., Ella W., Urban G.; 
Waterloo R2 Moredock Sec24 
T240a Conrad Kolmer (1862) 
Farmers & Fountain Tel. Valmeyer 

Fenaia, Anton (Elizabeth Schille) 
Ch Anton P. Jr., Aloise T., Frank 
W.; Valmeyer R2 Harrisonville 
Secl5 OlOOa (1894) Farmers & 
Fountain Tel. Valmeyer 

Ferkel, Joseph (Mary Meiller) Co- 
lumbia Columbia Pre21 T75a Will- 
iam Berr an^d Josh Wilson (1873) 
Kinloch Tel. Columbia 

Feurer, Henry C. (Elsa Heyl) Ch 
Monroe, Mildred; Red Bud R2 
Prairie DuLong Prell TlSla 
Ernest Feurer (1918) Farmers Tel. 
Hecker 

Feurer, Theodore W. (Louisa Wis- 
kamp) Ch Elmer, Levi; Red Bud 
R2 Prairie DuLong Prel4 Ol60a 
T58a (1907) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Fiedler, William F. (Minnie Heinz) 
Ch Bertha, Helen; "Pleasant Hill 
Farm" BurksviUe New Design 
Sec20 063a (1877) Harrisonville 
Tel. Waterloo 

Finnerty, Mrs. Ellen (Ellen Cleary) 
Ch W'illiam, Joseph, Leo, *Frank; 
BurksviUe Rl New Design Sec21 
Ol45a (1856) Farmers Tel. Burks- 
viUe 

Finnerty, Frank (Lillie Cody) Ch 
Joseph, Francis; BurksviUe Rl New 
Design Sec20 T80a Joseph Mueth 
(1887) 

Fischer, Henry (Katie Stumf) Ch 
Edna, Hilda, Victor, Raymond, An- 
etha; "The Gap View Farm" 
Waterloo Rl Waterloo Sec5 OSOOa 
(1870) Kinloch and Bell Tel, New 
Hanover 

Fischer, Henry L. (Mary Plage) Ch 
Elmer, Ervin, Pearl, *0rilla, *Tilla, 
♦Norah; "Fountain Creek Farm" 
Waterloo R2 Waterloo Sec27 TllSa 
Mrs. Minnie Fischer (1877) Farm- 
ers Tel. Waterloo 

Fischer, WiUiam (Caroline Kraft) 
Waterloo R2 Moredock Sec24 OlOa 
(1857) Farmers & Fountain Tel. 
New Hanover 

Floerke, Henry (Mary Kiser) Ch 
Elmer, Corina, Myrtle; Waterloo 
Rl Harrisonville Sec24 Oll5a 
Tl09a Charles Nagel (1881) Henke 
Tel. Madonnaville. 



Floerke, Henry (Bertha Juelps) Fults 
R2 Renault Sec25 T204a Henry F. 
Kaestner (1888) Farmers Tel. Ren- 
ault 

Floerke, Henry C. (Christena Kurke) 
Ch *Katy, *Henry, *William; 
BurksvUle Ri Renault Sec6 0275a 

(1860) Farmers Tel. Renault 
Fogelphol, John D. (Mary Quinn) 

Ch John, August, Frank, Josephine, 
^M "^'i^ ^^°' Edward, James 
l^u'V ^o^^* DuRocher R3 Ren- 
ault Sec33 O200a (1874) Farmers 
lei. Renault 

^°ru^^rh -^"^t?^ (Margaret Meyer) 
Ch WiUam, Maggie, Katy, Joseph- 

?i*S«?"r ^* ^^J?^"'^ Sees Cl60a 
(1858) Farmers Tel. Renault 

Forness. WendeU J. (Ellen Dugan) 
iCh George B., Clement, Ella, Wen- 

S;'^ 1' tT^J^^"^' ^^'■y- Isabelle; Red 
Bud R4 Renault SecS T260a Edv/ard 
Crook (1902) 

Frank, ^ph (Louisa Nauman) Ch 
Earl, Beulah Roy; Valmeyer Rl 
Moredock Sec2l Tl64a Conrad 
Kolmer (1892) Farmers and Foun- 
tam Tel. Valmeyer 

Franklin. Charles A. (Martha Sale) 
Ch Wanda. George, Leona; Prairie 
DuRocher R3 Renault Sec36 T200a 
Demint and Hardy (1888) Farmers 
lei. Renault 

FrankUn. Harry (Agnes Braun) Ch 
Mabel; Prairie DuRocher R3 

Renault Scc3S Tl40a Demint and 
Hardy (1894) Farmers Tel. Ren- 
ault 

FrankUn. Walter J. (Katherine 
Drury) Ch • Gilbert, Irma; Irma 
Drury, mother; Renault Renault 
Secl9 Tl55a George Franklin 
(1889) Farmers Tel. Renault 

Frick, WiUiam H. (Barbara Rahn) 
Ch *Anna; Red Bud R2 T .lirie 
DuLong Sec9 T90a Elizabeth Heyl 

(1861) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Frierdich, Edward J. (Frances 
Fischer) Columbia Rl Colur.bia 
Pre28 T70a Henrietta Keller (1894) 
Kinloch Tel. Columbia 

Frierdich. Frank H. (Ida Weil- 
bacher) Ch Edward, Raymond, 
Francis; Columbia R2 CoHmbia 
Pre26 092a (1877) Kinloch Tel. 
Columbia. 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Frierdich, Joseph (Frances Toen^s) 
Ch Willjam, Henry, Agnes, Cath- 
arine, George, Frank, *Edwird; 
Columbia R8 Columlbia Pre25 
O360a (1861) Kinloch Tet. Col- 
umbia 
Frierdich, Joseph A. (Carolina Vogrt) 
Ch Irvin, iR'aymond, Joseph: Cdl- 
umbia Rl Columbia Pre34 O90a 
T80a Wm. Brugmann (1885). 
FnerdiVh. Robert (I^^arqaret Vogt) 
lOh Helen, Louis, 'Robert; Colmo- 
bJa R2 C^olumbia Ol32a (1879) Kin)- 
loch Tel. Columbia 
Freimuth. Fred (Julia iPrederick) Ch 
Herman, Edwin, Lena, Martin, 
Louis, Louise, *Fred Jr., *Hcnry; 
Valmeyer Rl Moredock ,Sec4 Tl60a 
Herman Freimuth (1855) 
Freimuth, Herman C. (Louisa Taake) 
Ch Herman. *Yeta: Columbia R2 
Columibia Prc32 OSOOa (1856) Kin- 
loch Tel. Columbia 
Friemuth, Herman S. Jr. (Margaret 
Wischmeycr) Ch Leeland,^ AlviisJ 
Columbia R2 Waterloo 'Secl4 TlSOa 
Herman Freimuth Sr. (1895) Far- 
mers Tel. New Hanover 
Freund. George ( Lena Lutker) Ch 
Elizaibeth, Mike, Crescentia, 
Joseph, Josephine, .Stephen; Water- 
loo R4 Waterloo Sec28 O400a 
(1865) Bell Tel. Waterloo 
Freund, Phillip Ch Phillip Jr., Ed- 
ward; Waterloo R4 Waterloo 
Sec20 O220a (1863) Bell Tel. 
Waterloo 
Friedrichs, John (E<mily Bavin) Ch 
Wjlliara, Henry, Anna, Margaret; 
Fults Rl Renault Sec4 T80a Emily 
Smith (1«10) 
Fries, Jacob (Anna Sutter) Ch 
Alvin, Frieda, Arlon, Raymond, 
Dorothy: "Grand Meeting Farm" 
Fults 1R8 Renault SeclO O70a 
(1879) FaTtners Tel. Fults 
Fries, John (Caroline Schattc) Ch 
Walter, Arnold, Anna, Armin; 
Pults Rl Mitchte Secl3 Tl40a Ed- 
ward Maeys (1873) Farmers Tel. 
Maeystown 
Frisch. Adam (Catherine Winder- 
gerst) Red Bud New Design Sec2e 
Ol20a (1859) 
Frisch, Adam (Gertie Wendling) Ch 
Andrew, Joe, George, ♦Nick, 
♦John, ♦Ben, ♦Frank, ♦Annie 
♦Mary; Red Bud R3 Praire Du- 
I^ong Prel3 OSOOa (1868) (Farmers 
Tel. Hecker 



Frisch. Frank (Anna Holttholz) 
Red Bud R2 Prairie DuLong 
Pre23 TlSOa Gertie Frisch Farmers 
Tel. Hecker 

Frisch, Georec (Elizabeth Wagner) 
Ch Edward, Alrua, Hilda;"Prairie 
Ridge Farm" Red Bud R4i New; 
Design Sec36 Ol53a (1867) Harri- 
sonville Tel. Red Bud 

Frisch, Henry (Millie Hempe) Ch 
Mildred, Palmer, Priscilla; Fults Rl 
Renault Pecl7 T200a David Frisch 
(1886) Maeystown Tel. Maeystown 

Frisch, John (Elizabeth Welzbacher) 
Ch August, Theresa; Red Bud R2 
Prairie DuLong Prell Tl75a Mrs. 
Adam Frisch (1859) 

Frisch, Joseph (Christine Doerr) Ch 
Mary. Oscar, Bertha, Dora; Prairie 
DuRocher R3 Renault Secl5 T82a 
W. E. Crook (1890) Farmers Tel. 
Renault 

Frisch, Mat (Mary Donner) Ch 
Anna, Emma, Harry, Otto; "Red 
Barn Farm" Red Bud R4 New 
Design Sec25 Ol53a (1871) Harris- 
sonville Tel. Red Bud 

Frisch. Mike Mary, sister; Prairie 
DuRocher R3 Renault Sec7 T200a 
R. and C. Grosse (1868) Farmers 
Tel. Renault 

Frisch, Nick (Louisa Truttmann) Ch 
Henry, Hugo; Red Bud R2 Prairie 
Dulone Preis Tl20a Gertie Frisch 
(1862) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Frisdhkorn, Herman (Lizzie Lanz) 
Red Bud R2 Prairie DuLong Prel4 
Tl20a John iPrischkom (1892) 

Fritsche, Edward G. (Amelia Huber) 
Ch Fern, Corrine; "Fritsche Stock 
and Grain Farm" Hecker Prairie 
DuLong Sec34 TllOa Valentine 
Fritsche (1886) Farmers Tel. 
Hecker 

Fruth, John (Katheryn Grosch) Ch 
Andrew, John, Josephine, George, 
Joseph: Burksville Rl New Design 
Sec29 Ol20a (1909). 

Fults, Don, (Mary Deets) Ch Cor- 
neluis, Roy, Nora, Don Jr., ♦Cin- 
derella; Valmeyer R2 Mitchiei 
Secl6 T200a Marv Talbot (1867) 
Farmers Tel. Maeystown 

Fults, William (Katharine Powderly) 
Ch Ray, Harold; '^Fults Grain 
Farm" Fults R2 Renault Sec21 
TSOOa Ca^line Fults (1873) Far- 
mers Tel. Fults 



148 



FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNTY 



Gaertner, Anton (Emma RudloflF) 
Ch Elsie, Willhtm; "The Gaertner 
Farm" Columbia Ra Waterloo 
Sec2 052a (1868) Farmers Tel. 
New Hanover 

Gaitsch, Ida (Ida Hartmann) Ch 
Adolph, Theodore; "Cedar Dale 
Grain Farm" (Red Bud R4 New 
Design Sec35 Ol20a (1906) Harri- 
sonville Tel. Red Bud 

Ganl^, John (Margaret Otto) Ch 
♦Rose. *Willie, *James, *Frank, 
*ICornelia, *Jane; Waterloo R4 
Waterloo Sec33 041a (1873) Bell 
Tel. Waterloo 

Ganley, Mike (Anna Neary) Ch 
Peter, *William, ♦Mathis. *Frank, 
*Martin; Burksville Rl New De- 
sign Sec23 Osoa (1862) 

Gant James (Gertrude Abell) Ch 
Mildred, Arline; Prairie DuRocher 
RS Renault Sec27 T750a Demint 
and Hardy (1909) Harrisonville 
Tel. Waterloo. 

Garleb. Fred W. (Mary- Wirth) Ch 
Walter, Luella, Frieda. Fred J.; 
Valmeyer ORl Moredock Sec31 T70a 
Mina Mathameier (1881) 

Garleb, Hardy (Christina Althoff) 
Valmeyer Rl Moredock Sec31 
T202a Morrison Land Co. (1883) 
Farmers and Fountain Tel. Val- 
meyer 

Garleb, R A, (Emima Stemler) Ch 
Felix, Helen, August, Oliver, Vera; 
Valmeyer Rl Mored'ock Sec20 
Tl48a Cora Fike (1875) Farmers 
and Fountain Tel. Valmeyer 

Giffhom, August H. (Freda Mueller) 
Ch Elian. Hilda, Elmer, Alvin; 
Columbia R2 Columbia Pre20 
OieOa (1885) Kinloch Tel. Col- 
umbia 

Giffhom. Edwin C. Columbia R2 
Columbia Pre29 Tl70a August Giff- 
hom (1896) Kinloch Tel. Col- 
umbia 

Gilbert. Adam (Mary Elbe) Ch 
Adam Jr. Otto, Tillie, Louisa, 
John, *Emma, *Lena, *Catherine; 
Valmeyer R2 Harrisonville Sec23 
T200a Demint and Hardy and Rick" 
ert (1866) 

Gilmore. William (MoUie Hoep- 
finger) Ch Robert, Blanche; Col" 
umbia R2 Columbia Pre25 059a 
(1862) Kinloch Tel. Columbia 



Girard, John (Claudelia Turcott) 
Myrtle, Fr.Tiik-, Claudelia. Richard, 
Adeline, •John, ♦Vfola, ♦Nelson, 
♦Harvey; Columbia KS Waterloo 
Ser-> OSOa jacot) Loeffler (I'Jlb) 
Bell Tel. Waterloo 
Glaenzer, Charles P. (Judith Schlem- 
mer) Ch Elmer; Columbia R2 Col- 
umbia Pre26 TlOOa Frank Freidrich 
(1904) Kinloch Tel. Columbia 
Glaenzer, George (Minnie Rudluff) 
Ch Freddie, Minnie. Emily, Robert 
♦Katie, 'Charlie, ♦Johnnie, ♦Annie; 
♦Henry; Columbia Rl Columbia 
Pre7 T206a George A. Crocker 
(1904) Kinloch Tel. Columbia 
Glaenzer, John (Sophia Diehl) Ch 
Edna; Colum>iia Ri Columbia 
Preie TlOOa Charles Diehl (1906) 
Glassmachel. Henry (Louisa Furkile) 
Columbia R3 Waterloo Sec6a 077a 
(1864) 
Godar, Tesse (.\nnie Larose) Ch El- 
mer; Prairie DuRocher R3 IRenault 
Sec5 T3a William Demint (1917) 
Goeddel. Charles C. (Mary Krafts Ch 
Mary Kraft) Waterloo R4 Water- 
loo Sec35 Ol20a (1850) Bell TeL 
Wa/terloo 
Goeddel, Charles (Mary Mehrmann) 
'George A., Daniel J., Katie. Wil- 
liam, Hulda, ''Goeddeltown Farm" 
Waterloo R4 Waterloo Sec33 0240a 
(1850) Farmers Tel. Waterloo 
Goeddel, George A. (Eliza Joest) Ch 
Jacob, Oliva, Victor, Elsie. Lorena, 
♦Mary, *Lulu, ♦Emil, ♦Theodore. 
♦Edward, *Bertha; Waterloo R4 
Waterloo Sec34 Ol20a (1862) Bell 
Tel. Waterloo. 
Goeddel, Jacob L. (Barbara Her- 
bert) Ch Armin, Norma; Waterloo 
R4 Waterloo Sec28 O80a (1874) 
Bell. Tel. Waterloo 
Goeddel, John N. (Mary M. Wcihl) 
Ch Athene, Olga; Waterloo Ra 
Waterloo Sec22 Ol20a (1873) 
Farmers Tel. Waterloo 
Goeddel, William (Alma E. Kanm- 
ler) Ch (Rosella, Eva; Hecker 
Prairie DuLong PreS TlOOa George 
Hcpp (1888) Farmers Tel. Hecker 
GoedelmaniL Otto W. (Helena 
Gaitsch) Ch Vera, Alvin; Red Bud 
Prairie Du Long Pre32 Tl60a Hen- 
ry Goedelmann (1899) Farmers 
Tel. Red Bud 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Goedelmann, Philip C. (Mary H. 
Schroeder) Ch Elmer, Oliver. Til- 
lie; Red Bud R4 Renault Seel 
OlOOa (1868) Ames Tel. Ames 

Goedelmann, William (Sopha Buss) 
Ch Herbert, Walter, Edna; Red 
Bud R4 Renault Secll 0278a (1865) 
Ames Tel. Ames 

Goessling, Ben (Matilda Schneider) 
Ch Louie, Henry, Herman, Anna, 
♦Charles, *Minnie, *Katie; Water- 
loo R4 Waterloo Sec28 O80a (1858) 
Bell Tel. Waterloo 

'Goldschmidt, William (Louisa Laf- 
holz) Ch John, Charles, Henry; 
Valmeyer Rl Moredock Sec8 043a 
(1872) Farmers and Fountain Tel. 
Valmeyer 

Gorman, Daniel (Marie Cleary) Ch 
Alice, Jane, Dan, John, *Ellen, 
♦Margaret, ♦Katherine,, ♦Mary 
♦Maria; Red Bud R4 Renault Sec22 
Ol60a (1852) Farmers Tel. Renault 

Goss, Thomap H. (Minnie Spiess) Ch 
Herbert, Alfred; "Spiess Place" 
Valmeyer Rl Moredock Sec2l T73a 
Theresa Spiess (1912) Farmers and 
Fountain Tel. Valmeyer 

Gosser, Fred (Marguerite Flank) 
Ch Arthur, Ella, Hilda, Ida, Al- 
bert, ♦Otto; Waterloo R4 Prairie 
Du Long Sec30 087a (1869) Flora- 
ville Tel. Floraville 

Grabe, John O. (Metha Jansen) Ch 
Freemond, Lucilia; "Oak Dale 
Farm" Fults R2 Renault Secl6 
TieOa William H. Sutter (1884) 
Farmers Tel. Fults 

Gray, Charles Waterloo R3 Water- 
loo Sec22 Tl20a Fred Gray 

Gregson, Albert J. (Louisa Heyl) 
Ch Russel, Ardelle, Red Bud R2 
Prairie Du Long Sec21 083a (1869) 
Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Gregson, Edward L. (Magdalena 
Heyl) Ch Edna, Earl, Celesta; Red 
Bud IR2 Prairie DuLong Pre29 
0128a (1866) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Gregson, George (Louisa Dehn) Ch 
Raymond, George, Sylvania, ♦Har- 
riet, *Walter, ♦Edna; Red Bud R4 
Prairie DuLong Prel9 O80a (1857) 
Farmers Tel. Hecker 



Gregson, Guy (Mary Hecker) Ch 
Florence, Beryl; Red Bud R4 
Prairie Du Long Pre30 OSOa Tl8a 
(1874) Farmers Tel. Hecker. 

Gregsoni, Joseph {Josie Brand) Ch 
Lester, Lee; Red Bud R2 Prairie 
DuLong Pre2 Tl30a Alice Brand 
(1876) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Gregson, Levi (Clara Brand) Ch Ag- 
nes; Red Bud R2 Prairie DuLong 
Preie O80a (1872) Farmers Tel. 
Hecker 

Gregson, William (Mary Frick) 
Waterloo R4 Prairie DuLong Prel7 
Ol60a (1863) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Griffin, John T. (Elizabeth Kraft) Ch 
Stephen, Edwin, Stella, Joseph, Al- 
bert, Pearl; Waterloo IRl Bluff 
Sec7 Tl60a W. J. Harbough (1861) 
Bluff Tel. Madonnaville 

Griffin, Leonard Harry, brother; Le- 
na Griffin, mother; Valmeyer R3 
Harrisonville Sec29 T80a Susanna 
Bickelhaupt (1887) 

Grimm, Edward (Anna Frick) Ch 
Arnold; Red Bud R3 Renault 
Sec24 T80a Peter Grimm (1885) 
Ames Tel. Ames 

Grommet, William (Catharine Nei- 
ser) Ch Georgie, Flora; Red Bud 
R2 Prairie DuLong PrelO Ol50a 
(1912) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Grosse, Charles W. (Lena Matthas) 
Ch Adolph, Emil, Elsa, Louise, 
Esther, Oscar; Columbia Rl Col- 
umbia Prei; O260a (1861) Kinloch 
Tel. Columbia 

Grossheim, Joseph "Grossheim Grain 
Farm" Hecker Prairie DuLong 
Sec2i OllSa (1871) Farmers TeU 
Hecker 

Guebert, Hugo (Eliza Mohr) Ch 
Fern; Red Bud Prairie DuLong 
Sec36 TlOOa Ernest Heyl Big Four 
Tel. Red Bud 

Gummersheimer, John C. (Theresa 
Schuchardt) Ch Edwin, Elmer, Al- 
ma, Ernest, Adelia, William, Dor- 
othy, Theresa, John; Columbia Rl 
Columbia Pre26 O200a (1877) Kia- 
loch Tel. Columbia 

Gummersheimer, Mrs. Philip (Eliza- 
beth Ferkel) Ch Emil, Henry^ 
Charles, Theodore, William, Hilda, 
Elizabeth, Viola, ♦Fred, *Louise; 
Columbia R2 Columbia Pre34 
O250a (1867) Kinloch Tel. Colum- 
bia 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNTY 



H 



Hagemeier, Fred C- (Elizabeth Pan- 
ter) Fults R2 Renault Secl2 Ol60a 
Farmers Tel. Renault 

Haley, Dominick (Savira Faherty) 
Red Bud R4 Renault Secl4 Tl20a 
Thomas iFaherty (1856) Ames Tel. 
Ames 

Haller, George P. (Maggie Leowe) 
■Ch Mildred, Pearl; "Bluff Farm" 
Columbia Rl Waterloo Sec6 087a 
(1876) 

Haller, Louis Sr. (Jennie Neusel) Ch 
Charles, *Louis, *Margaret; Co- 
umbia Rl Waterloo Sec6 OlOOa 
(1866) Farmers Tel. New Hanover 

HaUer, Louis H. Jr. (Tilla Harres) 
Columbia Rl Waterloo Sec6 T30a 
Louis Haller (1888) Kinloch Tel. 
New Hanover 

Haltenhof, Henry (Louisa Hagel- 
meyer) Ch Helen, Bertha, Ed- 
ward, William,; Valmeyer Ra 
Harrisonville Sec20 TlOOa God- 
fried) Haltenhof (1878) Farmers 
Tel. Valmeyer 
Haltenhof, William (Lena Sadhop) 
Ch Ben, Hilda, Luella; Waterloo 
R5 New Design Sec6 Tl60a Will- 
iam A. Schuerstein (1874) Har- 
risonville Tel. Waterloo 
Harbaugh, David J. (Alice Wood- 
cock) Ch Alice, Robert, Dorothy, 
James, Jerome; David W. Har- 
baugh, father; Catherine, sister; 
Waterloo Rl Bluff Secl8 Tl62a 
David W. Harbaugh (1881) Bluff 
Tel. Madonnaville 
Harbaugh, John M. (Maggie Mos- 
kof) Ch Anna, David, William, 
Joseph, Ambrose; Waterloo R2 
Bluff Sec6 Ol02a Tl06a D. W 
Harbaugh (1875) Bluff Tel. Ma- 
donnaville 

Harms, Fred J. (Lydia Kueker) iCh 
Gerhard, Ralph, Roy; Red Bud R2 
Prairie DuLong Prel3 Ol20a 
(1874) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Harres, Adam Ch Mary, Louis, 
George, Edward, *Lora, *Elizabeth; 
Columbia Rl Columbia Ol25a 
(1848) 

Harres, Fred Jr. (Marie Stimler) 
Columbia R2 Columbia Pre24 Tl60a 
Fred Harres Sr. (1890) Kinloch 
Tel. Columbia 



^''u*?' H*'"man (Catharine Huch) 
Ch Herman, Richard, Albert, The- 
odore, Edwin. Bertha, *Fred, 
*Tillie; Columbia Rl Columbia 
Pre31 Ol46a (1859) Kinloch Tel. 
Columbia 

Harsy, Joseph (Apolona Ritter) Ch 
George, Leo, Joseph, Anna, Clara, 
Mary, Elsie, Cecelia; Fults R2 
Renault Sec7 OsoOa (1857) Farm- 
ers Tel. Renault 

Harsy, Paul Ch Mamie, Frank, Otto; 
Prairie DuRocher R3 Renault 
Sec9S OieOa (1862) Farmers Tel. 
Kidd 

Hartman, George J. (Louise Rippel- 
meyer) Ch Marceltus, Helen, 
Carlisle, Armin, Georgia, *Lenora, 
♦Luella; "Glendale Stock Farm" 
Waterloo Waterloo Sec23 083a 
(1864) Farmers Tel. Waterloo 

Hartman, Henry (Minnie Assel- 
meyer) Ch Minnie, Emil, Edina, 
Lona, Ida, *Rosa; Fults Rl Mitchie 
Secl2 Tl20a Edward Maeys (1871) 
Farmers Tel. Maeystown 

Hartmann, EmU A. (Katie Liebheit) 
Ch Hulda, Olga, Frieda, Emil Jr., 
Albert; Waterloo R4 Waterloo 
Sec3i Ol68a (1875) Bell Tel. 
Waterloo 

Hartmann, Herman (Thresa Weber) 
Ch Leona, Lester; Red Bud R2 
Prairie DuLong Pre35 Tl05a Mary 
Getting (1911) Farmers Tel. 
Prairie 

Hauptfleisch, William Q. (Lydia 
Mueller) Ch Rolandi; Waterloo R2 
Waterloo Sec34 Tl20a Bertha 
H(auptfleisch (1892) Farmers Tel. 
Waterloo 

Haynes, Charles B. (Louisa Owen) 
Ch Claude; Red Bud R3 Renault 
Sec35 Ol60a (1869) Ames Tel. 
Ames 

Heap, Thomas (Jennie Harbaugh) 
Ch Marie, Henry, Clarence; Water- 
loo R4 Prairie DuLong Pre6 O80a 
(1914) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Heck, Peter (Katharine Eich) Ch 
Anton, Rosa, *Uzzie, *Anna- 
Maeystown Bluff Sec31 Tl80a Her- 
man Qumheim (1856) Farmers Tel. 
Maeystown 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY ^ 



Hecke. Philip (Helena Wilhelms) Ch 
Walter, Louise, >Rudolph, Carrie, 
Philip, Helen; Red Bud R2 Prairie 
DuLong Pre33 Ol20a (1869) Farm- 
ers TeL Hecker 

Hecke, William (Caroline Voss) Ch 
Leona, Bdna, Malida, Arthur; 
Red Bud R2 Prairie DuLong 
Pre27 Ol23a (1875) Farmers Tel. 
Hecker 

Heidger, Hugo (Anna B. Fulk) Ch 
Eunice, Celeste, Woodrow, Clyde, 
Marion, Dolores; Valmeyer R2 
Harrisonville Secl7 T250a John 
Heidlger (1886) Farmers Tel. Val- 
meyer 

Heihn, William (TiUie Kruse) Ch 
George, Ella, Herman, Ida, Ernest; 
Prairie DuRocher R3 Renault 
Sec27 T240a Elizabeth Mudd (1919) 
Ames Tel. Ames 

Heiken, John D. (Lizzie E. Henkel) 
Ch Louie, Emil, Albert, Alice, John 
Jr., Arthur, George; Waterloo R3 
Waterloo Sf-c7 O1202 (1877) Farm- 
ers Tel. Waterloo 

Heine, Alfred H. Waterloo Rl 
Waterloo Secl2 Tl25a Christian 
Kaemper (1885) Harrisonville Tel. 
Waterloo 

Heitzenroeder, Adam (Hulda Weid- 
ner) Henry, brother; Waterloo R5 
BluflF Sec29 O390a Adam and 
Henry Heitzenroeder (1884) Farm- 
ers Tel. Maeystown 

HeUenschmldt, Joseph (Caroline 
Brown) Ch Frank,. Pete, Louie, 
Caroline, Minnie, *Joseph, *Eliza; 
Prairie DuRocher RS Renault 
SeclOS T200a. Demint & Hardy 
(1852) Farmers Tel. Kidd 

Heller, Edward Fults R2 Renault 
Secl3 Tl20a Joseph Heller Est. 
(1876) Farmers Tel.' Renault 

Heller, Frank (Anna Krupp) Fults 
RS Renault Sec26 Tll4a John Hel- 
ler (1886; Farmers Tel. Renault 

Heller, Henry J. (Katie Bickelhaupt) 
Ch George, Elmer; Fults R2 Ren- 
ault Sec23 Tl84a John Heller 
(1878) Farmers Tel. Renault 

Heller, Joseph (Ernestina Schleifer) 
Ch Anna, Lydia, Emma, Willie, 
Albert, Frieda, *Paul; Prairie Du 
Rocher R3 Renault Sec34 OlOOa 
(1878) Ames Tel. Ames 



Heller, Louis J. (Anna Studt) Prairie 
DuRocher R3 Renault Sec31 Tl36a 
John Heller (1885) Farmers TeL 
Renault 

Heller, PhUip H. (Rebecca Schleifer) 
iCh George, Fred, Lena; Renault 
Renault Sec32 Tl60a Tracy Koch 
(1882) Farmers Tel. Ames 

Hemp, Katharine (Katharine Meier) 
Ch John, August, William, ♦Kath- 
arine; Burksville Rl New Design 
Sec3l 0398a (1866) Farmers TeL 
St. Joe 

Hempe, Joseph (Katie Oppermann) 
Ch Etta, George, Walter, Edna; 
BurksviUe Rl New Design Secl9 
Tl20a John Hempe (1879) Har- 
risonville Tel. Waterloo 

Henke, Charles (Emma Altes) Ch 
Erdiman; Fults Rl Renault Secl9 
Tl60a Altes Est. (1887) Farmers 
Tel. Fults 

Henke, Fred (Lena Stemler) Ch 
Theodore, Emil, Alice, Leo; 
Waterloo Rl Bluff Sec8 Oll6a 
(1871) Henke Tel. Waterloo 

Henke, Henry (Catherine Meuller) 
Ch Clara, Ida, Luella, John, 
♦Charles, ♦Louis, ♦Christina, ♦Min- 
nie, ♦Edna; Waterloo Rl BluflF 
Sec9 075a (1862) Henke TeL 
Waterloo 

Henkle, George F. Louise, sister; 
Waterloo R4 New Design Seel 
071a (1876) Farmers TeL Hecker 

Henkel, John J. Waterloo R4 New 
Design Seel OlOOa (1885) Farm- 
ers Tel. Hecker 

Kenning, Peter N. (Augusta D. 
Meyer) Ch ♦Anna; Fults R2 Ren- 
ault Secl3 Ol43a Farmers TeL 
Renault 

Henry, Mrs. Isabelle (Isabelle 
Owens) Ch Albert, Roy, ♦Ansby, 
♦Lora, ♦Amy; Red Bud R4 Ren- 
ault Sec22 Ol20a (1917) Ames TeL 
Ames 

Henze, Henry (Katie Heyl) Ch 
Henry, ♦Hannah; Hecker Prairie 
DuLong PrelO Ol20a (1861) Farm- 
ers Tel. Hecker 

Hepp, Charles F. (Alvina Dierck) Ch 
Claregce, Melba, Mildired; Red Bud 
R2 Prairie DuLong Pre5 OlOOa 
(1870) Farmers TeL Hecker 

Heppe, Henry Red Bud R2 Prairie 
DuLong Pre9 095a (1875) Farmers 
Tel. Hecker 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNTY 



Herbst, John Sr. (Katie Ushler) Ch 
*Valentine, *Maggie, *Lena, *John, 
*Clara, ♦EKiward, *Leona; Val- 
meyer Rl Moredock Sec22 O200a 
(1866) Farmers & Fountain Tel. 
Valmeyer 

Herbst, Valentine (Augusta Garleb) 
Ch Marie B.; Valmeyer Moredock 
Sec27 T418a Dr. J. S. Sennott 
(1887) Farmers & Fountain Tel. 
Valmeyer 

Hergenroeder, Daniel (Ada J. Axley) 
Ch Thelma; Fults Rl Mitchie 
Sec23 O280a (1879) Farmers Tel. 
Maeystown 

Hergenroeder, Emil (Maggie Weihl) 
Waterloo R2 Harrisonville Secl3 
T80a Charles Nagel (1888) Farm- 
ers Tel. Madonnaville 

Hergenroeder, George (Hattie 
Schmidt) Ch Adolph, Hom;r; 
Fults Rl Renault Secl9 Tl2(}a 
Henrietta Schmidt (1891) Farm- 
ers Tel. Fults 

Hergenroeder, Herman (Louisa 
Kopp) Ch Emil, Ida, Emma, Lillie; 
"Hergenroeder Farm" Waterloo 
IR3 Waterloo Sec20 090a (1861) 
Bell Tel. Waterloo 

Hern, Fred C. (Mabel Carron) Ch 
Arvel, Florence- Fults R2 Renault 
Secl5 T50a Henry iHern (1894) 
Farmers Tel. Fults 

Hem, Henry E. Jr. (Louise C. Rod- 
enberg) Ch Pauline, Harry, Ray, 
Ervin, Norman; Fults R3 Renault 
Secl5 TlOOa Henry Hern Sr. (1886) 
Farmers Tel. Fults 

Herrmann, Frank J. (Elizabeth 
Schulte) Ch Ludwig, Edward, 
Pauline, Carl, Arthur; Columbia Rl 
Columbia Pre8 OSOa (1898) Kin- 
loch Tel. Columbia 

Hesterberg, Charles H. Ch Mary, 
Ernest, ♦Fred, ♦Charles, ♦William, 
♦Christina; Waterloo R5 Bluff 
Secl3 Ol45a (1870) Harrisonville 
Tel. Waterloo 

Hesterberg, Fred (Minnie Jhost) Ch 
Henry, Emil, William, Hilda; 
Burksville Rl New Design Secl9 
T80a Charles Hesterberg (1874) 
Farmers Tel. Burksville 

Hesterberg, Henry (Wilhelmina 
Schatte) Ch Arthur, Freda, Henry 
A., Edwin; Waterloo R5 BluflF 
Secl4 Ol20a (1867) Harrisonville 
Tel. Waterloo 



Heusohn, Philip (Elenora Bade) Ch 
Fred, Esther, Marie, Alfred, Leon; 
Valmeyer R2 Harrisonville Sec33 
Tl60a Susanna Bickelhaupt (1886) 
Farmers Tel. Valmeyer 
Heyl, Ben (Ida Pfeffer) Red Bud R2 
Prairie DuLong Pre8 Ol60a (1878) 
Farmers Tel. Hecker 
Heyl, Mrs. Ernest (Elizabeth Bosle) 
Ch Ida, George, Abner, ♦Louisa, 
♦Walter, ♦William; Red Bud R2 
Prairie DuLong Prel6 0220a 
(1833) Farmers Tel. Hecker 
Heyl, Herman C. (Addie Buttner) 
Ch Wilburt, Vera; Red Bud Prairie 
DuLong Pre21 O80a T48a Sophia 
Heyl (1882) Farmers Tel. Hecker 
Heyl, Walter J. (Amanda Rahn) Ch 
Leslie, Robert; Red Bud R2 Prairie 
DuLong Prel6 Ol20a (1877) Farm- 
ers Tel. Hecker 
Heyl, WiUiam J. (Katie Faust) Ch 
Olinda, Clara; Red Bud R2 Prairie 
IhiLong Pre22 O80a (1870) Farm- 
ers Tel. Hecker 
Hick, Joseph (Emma Schnieder) Ch 
Adolph, Elmer; Columbia Rl Co- 
lumbia Pre8 Ol36a (1865) Kinloch 
Tel. Columbia 
Hills, William A. (Julia Gross) Ch 
Jeanette; "The Castle Farm" Co- 
lumbia R2 Columbia Pre34 068a 
(1902) Kinoch Tel. New Hanover 
Hinrichs, Fred G. (Caroline Meyer) 
Ch Lydia, George; Renault Ren- 
ault Sec32 T200a Jessie Bostwich 
(1874) Farmers Tel. Ames 
Hirsch, George (Emma Wildi) Water- 
loo R5 Mitchie Sec30 Tl20a Gus- 
tave Hirsch (1888) Farmers Tel. 
Maeystown 
liitzejnann, Henry (Emma Nagel) 
Ch Lillie, Oscar, Elza; Red Bud R2 
Prairie DuLong Pre36 OlOOa 
(1900) Farmers Tel. Prairie 
Hoef, Antone H. (Henrietta M. 
Hempe) Ch Kate, Clara, John, Ar- 
thur, Florence, Dorothy; Prairie 
DuRocher Rl Renault SecllS 
Tl66^ William H. Hoef (1875) 
Farmers Tel. Kidd 
Hoef, Joseph (Emma Thueller) 
Prairie DuRocher R3 Renault 
Sec33 O60a (1901) 
Hoef, Leonard (Tillie Koehler) Red 
Bud R2 Prairie DuLong PrelO 
Tl60a Ed. Meng (1918) Farmers 
Tel. Hecker 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Hoefft, Sebastian (Elizabeth Koch) 
Ch Leona, Clara, Loretta, Ida, Ar- 
nold, Sebastian; "Sunny Slope 
Farm" Maejrstown Mitchie Sec7 
0213a (1882) Farmers Tel. Maeys- 
town . 

Hoelscher, Cornelius (Elizabeth 
Tenjes) Ch William S., Charles J., 
Martin C, Edward G., Helen M.; 
Waterloo Rl Waterloo Secl2 Tl40a 
Charles Hoelscher (1900) Harrison- 
ville Tel. Waterloo 

Hoerr, Henry (Emma Rodenberg) 
Ch Arlue, Delma; Fults Rl Ren- 
ault Sees T56a Anna Konradt 
(1890) Farmers Tel. Maeystown 

Hoffman, Arthur W. (Elsa Mine- 
mann) Ch Alberta; Prairie Du 
Rocher R3 Renault Tl25a Philip 
Maus (1894) Farmers Tel. Fults 

Hoffmann, Adam (Katharine Koch) 
Ch Emma, Charlie, *Gust, *Anton; 
"Mulberry Grove Farm" Fults Rl 
Renault PreS O220a (1853) Farm- 
ers Tel. Maeystown 

Hoffmann Bros. Waterloo R3 Water- 
loo Secl5 OlOOa (1882) Farmers 
Tel. Waterloo 

Hoffmann, C. Fred (Caroline Altes) 
Ch Leland, Lucille, Ardlell; Val- 
meyer IR2 Harrisonville Sec23 
Tl90a WiUiam auid Caroline Altes 
(1877) Farmers Tel. Valmeyer • 

Hoffmann, Charles F. (Louisa Bick- 
line) Ch *Hugo, »Walter, *Arthur; 
Prairie DuRocher R3 Renault 
Sec4S O60a 

Hoffmann, Fred J. (Amanda Miller) 
Ch Beulah, Milton; Fults Rl 
Mitchie Secl2 Tl60a Jacob Hoff- 
mann (1891) Farmers Tel. Maeys- 
town 

Hoffmann, Gustave (Mary Floarke) 
Ch Herman, Luella, Elmer, Mil- 
dred; Valmeyer R2 . Harrisonville 
Sec35 Tl50a Susanna Bickelhaupt 
(1877) Farmers Tel. Maeystown 

Hoffmann, Henry (Alma Krone) 
Fults Rl Renault Sec8 T560a Chris- 
tine Hoffmann (1898) Farmers Tel. 
Maeystown 

Hoffmann, Henry J. Burksville Rl 
New Design Sec22 T80a Julia Dona- 
hue (1899) Farmers Tel. Burksville 

Hoffmann, Hugo (Anna Spraull) Ch 
Hildia, Elsie, Erna, Dora, lona; 
Burksville Rl New Design Sec31 
Tl60a Henry Krueger (1884) Farm- 
ers Tel. Burksville 



Hoffmann, Jacob Ch Elsie, Arnold, 
Theodore, Ruth, Alice, Albert, 
*Fred, *Walter, *Louisa, *Clara; 
"Triple Springs Farm" Maeystown 
Renault Pre4 0965a Farmers Tel. 
Maeystown 

Hoffmann, John (Tresa Frisch) Ch 
Lena, Lizzie, Frank, Joseph, Vir- 
ginia, *Henry; Burksville Rl New 
Design Sec27 037a T80a Charles 
Crook (1871) 

Hoffmann, Philip (Gertrude Assel- 
meier) Ch Bertha, Armin, Chris- 
tina, Louise, Arnold, Rosa, ♦Ray- 
mond, *Emil, *Clarence; Fults Rl 
Renault Secl9 TlCOa William 
Wetzler (1874) Maeystown Tel. 
Maeystown 

Hoffmann, Philip Jr. (Elizabeth 
Voelker) Ch Harold, Eugene; 
Waterloo R5 Bluff SeCiO TlSOa 
Peter Hoffmann (1881) Henke Tel. 
Waterloo 

Hoffmann, William Jr. (Anidi Hes- 
terberg) Waterloo Rl Bluff Sec5 
Tl35a George B. Hoffmann (1893) 

Hoffmann, William A. Burksville Rl 
New Design Sec27 O40a (1862) 
Farmers Tel. Burksville 

Hoffmann, William G. (Louisa 
Boehne) Ch Leona, Vera; Water- 
loo Rl Bluff SecO Tl23a Caroline 
Hoffmann (1883) Henke Tel. 
Waterloo 

Hofmann, Charles Jr. (Amelia 
Schmidt) Ch Lbuisa, Charles Jr.; 
Waterloo R5 Harrisonville Sec36 
Ol20a (1882) Maeystown Tel. 
Maeystown 

Hollman, William C. (Margaret Tes- 
son) Ch Myrtle, William; New 
Athens Rl Prairie DuLong Pre6E 
T300a Edward Clark (1917) Farm- 
ers Tel. Hecker 

Holzmeier, Jacob (Sarah Crook) Ch 
Frank, Florence, Paul, Charles, 
Otto, Oliver; Red Bud Renault 
Sec2 O80a (1876) 

Homrighausen Bros. Red Bud R4 

Prairie Du Long Pre29 04365^a 
(1870) Farmers Tel, Hecker 

Homrighausen, George A. (Elva 
Thompson) Red Bud R2 Prairie Du 
Long Sec2i T240a Frank Homrig- 
hausen (1881) Farmers Tel. Hecker 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNTY 



Homrighausen, John H. (Kate Rit- 
ter) Ch Mayme, *AIina, *Henry, 
Arthur; Red Bid Prairie DuLong 
.Sec32 OlOOa (1859) Farmers Tel. 
Red Bud 
Hoock, Adam J. (Bessie Walker) Ch 
Mildred, Dorothy, Armeta; East 
Carondolct Rl Columbia PreSON 
Tll7a William Becker (1919) Kin- 
loch Tel. Cclumbia 
Hoock, Ben (Louisa Metzger) Ch 
Elvira, Leonard, Viola. Irvin; Eiast 
Carondelet Rl Columbia PreSlN 
Tl23a George Dalton (1915) 
Horr, Henrj- (Emma Schack) Ch 
Irvin; Columbia R2 Columbia Pre29 
O60a (1879) Kinloch Tel. Columbia 
Horcher, Henry (Lizzie Janson) Ch 
Alvin, Mary, Louis, Alma, Minna, 
Martha, Alidia, Hubert, Leona, 
Laura; Columbia IRl Columbia 
Pre5 Tl50a C. Neimeyer (1869) 
Kinloch Tel. Columbia 
HornefiFer, Conrad (Louisa Hoemyer) 
Ch Albert, Robert, Amos, Levina; 
Maeystown Renault Sec7 OSOa 
(1876) Farmers Tel. Maeystown 
Huber, Alvie (Caroline Gilbert) Ch 
Elsie, Martha, Amelia, Harry, Rob- 
eit; Red Bud R2 Prairie DuLong 
Sec36 067a (1861) 
Huber, Joseph F. (Rachel Vanpelt) 
Ch Alice, Ida, Willie, Joe, Arthur, 
♦Wyman, *Cora; New Athens Rl 
Prairie DuLong Prel 094a (1893) 
Farmers Tel. Hecker 
Huch, Arthur (Dora Kinni) Val- 
meyer Rl Moredock Sec9 Tl47a 
Henry C. Taake (1884) Farmers, 
and Fountain Tel. New ^Hanover 
Huch, Edmund (Mary Hutter) Ch 
Octavia, Irene; Valmeyer Rl 
Moredock Sec2 T200a Lena Ross 
(1877) Farmers & Fountain Tel. 
New Hanover 
Huch, Henry (Lena Lieser) Ch Ed- 
win, Walter; Columbia Rl Colum- 
bia, Pre24W Tl5,0a William Huch 
(1872) Kinloch Tel. Columbia 



Huch, Jacob (Minnie Stumpf) Ch El- 
berta, Ernest, Carl; Columbia R2 
Waterloo Sec3 T80a William 
Huch Sr. (1882) Farmers Tel. New 
Hanover 

Huch, John (Mary Riebeling) Ch An- 
nie, Louise, Edna, Elmer, Adielia, 
Minnie, John, Mary, Eva, Elaine, 
Oliver; Columbia Rl Columbia 
Prel2W TlOOa Mary (Riebeling 

(1873) Kinloch Tel. Columbia 

Huch Louis G. Jr. (Magdalena Stras- 
ser) Ch Rudolph J., Louis W.; 
"Huch's Farm" Columbia Rl Col- 
umbia Pre27 Tl30a William Huch 
Sr. (1883) Kinloch Tel. New Han- 
over 

Huch, Louis M. (Anna Bruesacher) 
Ch Florence, Albert, Archie; Col- 
umbia R2 Waterloo Sec4 054a 

(1874) Farmers Tel. New Hanover 

Huch, William H, (Annie Mehrtens) 
Ch Walter, Tillie, Hilda, Esther, 
Minerva; Valmeyer Rl Columbia 
Pre35W Ol20a (1872) Kinloch TeL 
Columbia 

Huebner, George (Mary Wortman) 
Ch George, Arthur, Carl, Alvin; 
"Maple Valley Grain Farm" Fults 
R2 Renault Sec24 Ol41a (1871) 
Farmers Tel. Renault 

Huebner, Henry (Henrietta Mueller) 
Ch Elizabeth, Jacob, Louis, Ffetda, 
Edward, Irving, *Pete, *Philip; 
Fults Rl Renault Sec32 Tl60a Zeno 
Au Berchon (1856) Farmers Tel. 
Fults 

Huenerfouth, Jacob (Mena Hoeflft) 
Ch Roland, Jacob, Bertha, Her- 
bert; Fults Rl Renault Secl8 O220a 
(1885) Maeystown Tel. Maeystown 

Hyland, Mrs. Margaret (Margaret 
Loo) Ch Hugh,, Mary, Catharine, 
♦Thomas, ♦Anna, ♦Margaret; 
Burksville Rl New Design Sec32 
O80a (1869) Farmers Tel. Burks- 
ville 



Illbert. Christ (Elizabeth Hev^ohn) 
Ch Albert, Amanda, Lorena. Edna, 
Leroy; Waterloo R2 Moredock 
Sec23 Tl30a John Wessel (1876) 
Farmers and Fountain Tel. Val- 
meyer 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Jahr, JuUus (Christina Star) Ch Ed- 
ward and wife; John; Juhus Jr.. 
child of Edward; ♦Louisa, * Wil- 
liam, ♦Lena, ♦'Herman, *TiIlie, 
=^F"reda. *Oscar: Wafrloo R2 
Moredock Sec34 T400a Winkelman 
Heirs (1858) Farmers and 'Fountain 
Tel. Valme3'er 

Jakle, John A. (Emma E. Andres) 
Waterloo Rl Waterloo Sec31 T5a 
George Mueller (1889) 

Janson Christ V ( Lulu WalHWater- 
loo Rl Waterloo SeclO T280a Mrs. 
M. Wall (1879) Farmers Tel. New 
Hanover 

Janson, John J. (Bernardina Weil- 
bacher) Ch Elsa, Clarence. John; 
Columbia R2 Columbia Pre26 
Ol44a U885) Kinloch Tel. Colum- 
bia 

Janson. Philin (Clara Schnelker) Ch 
Theodore. Elmer, Gregory, Mar- 
cella, Eugene; Columbia I«8 Col- 
umbia Pre35 Ol04a (1917) Kinloch 
Tel. Columbia 

Jansotn, Mrs, Philip (Caroline Mc- 
MuUen) Ch Florence. Caroline. Al- 
fred, Hammond, 'Howard; Colum- 
bia R2 Columbia Pre2fi 085a (1844) 
Kinloch Tel. Columbia 

Janssen, John T. (Anna Koch) Ch 
Adam. Heartlein, Olivia. .\nna 
♦Martha, ♦Catharine. ♦Mary, ♦Jac- 
ob, ♦Lydia; Prairie DuRocher RS 
Renault Sec4S Tl08a F. M. Brick- 
ley (1868) 

Jenning, Thomas (Hattie E. Rook) 
Ch Grace; Red Bud R3 Renault 
Sec25 T200a Mary Ziebold (1867) 
Ajues Tel. Ames 

Johanning, F. H. (Minnie Bade) Ch 
Alvin, Elenora, Alvina, Otto, 
Freda; Fult8 Rl Mitchie SeclS 
Tl43a John Kline (1880) Farmers 
Tel. Maeystown 

Johanning, William (Jessie Lilly) Ch 
Herman, Clara, Walter; Fults RJJ 
Renault Secl9 O80a (1884) Farm- 
ers Tel. IRenault 



Jost, Fred (Elsie Daley) Ch Ruth; 
Fults Rl Renault Sec32 TlOSa 
Casper Jost (1889) Farmers Tel. 
Fults 

Josten, Mrs. Caroline (Caroline Dit- 
mann) Ch William, *Caroline, 
♦Mens, ♦Henry. ♦Minnie, ♦Louis; 
Burksville Rl New Design Sec30 
O80a (1854) 

Josten, Fred Sr. (Mary Pieper) Ch 
Armin, Fred Jr., Henry, Lydia; 
Valmeyer R2 H'arrisonville Sec32 
T207a Susanna Bickelhaupt (1877) 
Farmers Tel. Valmeyer 

Josten, Henry J. (Sophia Meyer) Ch 
Everett; Valmeyer Rl Moredock 
Sec9 Tll8a Meyers Est. (1875) 
Farmers and Fountain Tel. Val- 
meyer 

Josten, Herman (Katie Pieper) Ch 
Hilda, Albert; Valmeyer R3 Har- 
Tisonville Secl7 T80a Fred Pieper 
(1881) 

Josten, Mens (Katie Rehling) Val- 
meyer R2 Harrisonville Sec32 
Tl28a John Trost (1885) Farmers 
Tel. Valmeyer 

Juelfs, Fred (Mary Berneking) Ch 
Frieda, Theophile; Fults R2 Ren- 
ault Pre3 OieOa (1862) Farmers 
Tel. Renault 

Juelfs, Henry (Kathcrine Rodenhurg) 
Ch Louisa, August, Louis, Katie, 
Clara, Leo, Luella, ♦Lorine; Fults 
Ra Renault Sec22 Ol83a (1869) 
Farmers Tel. Fults 

Juelfs, John H. (Elizabeth Fries) Ch 
Ida, Armin, ♦Tressie, ♦Bertha, ♦An- 
na; Fults R2 Renault Sec2 Ol60a 
(1869) Fanners Tel. Maeystown 

Juelfs, Joseph (Lena Koch) Ch Viola. 
Jessie, Corlale, Robert; Maeystown 
Renault Sec5 Tla Jacob Sutter 
(1882) 

Juelfs, Louis (Lizzie Sprankle) Ch 
Olga, EmiJ, Adelia, Alfred, Leona; 
Fults R2 Renault SeclO Ol64a 
(1878) Farmers Tel. Fults 



K 



Kaestner, John (Fannie Heller) Ch 
Elizabeth, Fred, Rosena; Burks- 
vjlle Rl New Design SeclS Tl44a 
Mrs. Mary Schneider (1882) Har- 
risonville Tel. Waterloo 



Kahler, Louis Louisa, sister; Ch 
Charles H. Schmeltz; Valmeyer R3 
Harrisonville Sec7 O220a (1863) 
Farmers Tel. Valmej'-er 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNTY 



Kahmer, Philip W. (Maggie Faust) 
Red Bud Ra Prairie DuLong Pre24 
Tl60a William Kahmer Farmers 
Tel. Hecker 

Kaiser, Barney (Elizabeth Hagen) Ch 
Joseph, Louis, Edward, Peter, 
Thresia, Anna, iRosa; Hecker New 
Design Secl3 O200a (1875) Farm- 
ers Tel. Hecker 

Kammler, William (Eva Rausch) Ch 
Henry, *Alma; Hecker PrairieDu 
Long Prc5a Ol20a (1857) Farmers 
Tel. Herkei 

Kannewerf, William Columbia More- 
dock Sec24 OlOOa (1862) Farmers 
and Fountain Tel. New Hanover 

Karl, Henry Charles H. Miller, 
nephew; Waterloo Rfi Harrison- 
ville Sec25 Ol70a (1846) Maeys- 
town TeL Maeystown 

Keck, Henry J, New Design Sec7 
O80a Farmers Tel. Waterloo 

Keckritz, August J. (Mamie Wall) 
Ch Helen; Waterloo R4 Waterloo 
Sec32 T260a Stanislaus Wall (1868) 
Bell Tel. Waterloo 

Keim, John A. (Marie T. Wedel) Ch 
Peter, Mary, Louie, Katie, Adam, 
Alvin, Willie, Edwin, Henry, Ella, 
*Arthur, *Ottillie,* Oliver *T,ucir da 
♦Esther; Waterloo R3 Waterloo 
SeclO Ol20a (1882) Farmers and 
Bell Tel. Waterloo 

Kelley, Joseph (Catherine Walsh) 
Ch Mamie, Agatha, Francis, Aloy- 
sius, Leo, *Lillie; Red Bud R4 
Renault Sec5 Ol50a (1866) 

Kelley, Walter (Eva Walsh) Ch 
David; "Butler F'arm" Burksville 
Rl New Design Sec33 Ol20a Tl60a 
Mrs. John Euiler (1884) 'Farmers 
Tel. Burksville 

Kemp, Francis (Mary Bentley) Ch 
Kenneth, ♦Meredith, *Eleanor, 
*Ruth; Waterloo R4 Prairie Du 
Long Sec6 Ol65a (1852) Farmers 
Tel. Hecker 

Kemper, Joseph Jr. (Loretta Ton- 
gay) Ch Rose, Mary, Joseph W.; 
Fults Rl Mitchie Sec23 T80a Ben- 
nett James (1895) Farmers Tel. 
IFults 

Kemper, Joseph Sr. (Katharine 
Eich) Ch *Leander. ♦Henry. ♦Jos- 
eph Jr., *Mary, *Michael; "Kem- 
pers Landing" Fults Rl Mitchie 
Sec26 O90a (1887) Farmers Tel. 
Maeystown 



Kennedy. Charles J. (Amy S. Henry) 
Ch lona; Red Bud R3 Renault 
Sec25 Tl20a Peter Diehl (1876) 
Ames Tel. Ames 

Kennedy, William M. Ch William, 
Mabel, Pearl, Rosa; Prairie Du 
Rocher R2 Renault Secl5 Ol20a 
(1868) Ames Tel. Ames 

Kerber. Elizabeth Ch Anne. Edwin, 
John, Bernard, Frank, ♦Catharine; 
Waterloo R2 Waterloo Sec26 0265a 
(1863) Farmers Tel. Waterloo 

Kern, Chris J. (Ellen Kelley) Ch Leo, 
Helen, Joseph; Red Bud Prairie 
DuLong PreSl T250a Valentine 
Kern (1884) Farmers Tel. Red Bud 

Kessler, Henry (Sophia Rittmeyer) 
Ch Edward. Henry, John, ♦Aug- 
ust; Red Bud R2 Prairie DuLong 
Pre4 O208a (1889) Farmers Tel. 
Hecker 

Kettler. Charles (Matilda Metter) Ch 
Bertha; Columbia Rl Columbia 
Pre26W O300a T90a (1880) Kinloch 
Tel. Columbia 

Kettler, Henry C. Columbia Rl Col- 
umbia PrelSW Tl68a Fred Koch 
(1877) Kinloch TeL Columbia 

Kettler. Mrs. Ida W. Ch Henry P.. 
Otto C, Emma A.; Waterloo Rl 
Waterloo Sec5 Ol20a (1876) Farm- 
ers Tel. New Hanover 

Kettler. Louis (Vera Woodcock) Ch 
Mary. Minnie, Fred, Edna, Albert, 
Irene, Louis, Olinda,; Celestine; 
Valmeyer Rl Harrisonville Secl7-32 
Ol80a Tl80a John Eitmann (1882) 
Farmers and Fountain Tel Val- 
meyer 

King, Gabriel (Laura Whitner) Cb 
Matthew, *Charles. *Anton, ♦Fred, 
♦Susan, ♦Laura, ♦Henrietta; Agnes 
Johnson, niece; Valmeyer R2 Har- 
risonville SeclO T20a George 
Meyer (1871) 

Kipping, Edward (Elizabeth Mentel) 
Ch Leo, Nettie, Joseph, F-ed. Aug- 
ust, Clara; "Willow Spring Farm" 
Waterloo R2 Harrisonville Secl3 
Ol25a (1871) Farmers Tel. Ma- 
donna ville 

Kirsch, Edward (Rosa Vogt) Ch Les- 
ter. Viola. Norman, Harry; Red 
Bud R2 Prairie DuLong Sec24 
T80a Fredericka Kirsch (1918) 
Farmers Tel. Hecker 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Kirsch, Henrv (Caroline Vo^es) Ch 
Henry, Arthur, Qs'car, Leonora, 
iFlora; Red Bud lR2 Prairie Du 
LonR Pre 24 Ol55a (1879) Farm- 
ers Tel. Hecker 

Kissel. Philip (Katherine Theobald) 
Ch 'Philip. (Charlie, Lulu; Fults 
Renault Sec20 Ol27a (1847) Farm- 
ers Tel. Fults 

Kissen, Henry (Mary Menrich) Ch 
Emma. Adell, Viola, Mabel. Henry; 
Burksville Rl New Design Sec22 
T75a Charles 'Crook (1914) 

Kissle. William Red Bud R2 Prairie 
DuLong Pre33 Tl36a Mrs. Adam 
^'risch (1909) 

Klein, Frank J. Red Bud R2 Prairie 
DuLong PreO O60a (IBSS) Farmers 
Tel. Hecker 

Klein, Tohn (Bertha Briee:el) Ch El- 
sie M., *Rudolph. Philip: "Klein 
Stock Farm" Fults iRl Mitchie 
Seel Ol300a (1861) Farmers Tel. 
Maeystown 

•Klein, Richard Hecker Prairie Du 
Long PrelO 082a (1873) Farmers 
Tel, Hecker 

Klein, Rudolph ( Ida Roever) Ch 
Harold, Ardell; "Klein Stock 
Farm" Fults Rl Mitchie Seel Ol60a 
Tl80a John Klein (1891) Farmers 
Tel. Maeystown 

Klein, Stephen Hecker Prairie Du 
Long PrelO O80a (1878) 

Klein, William (Clara Otto) Ch 
Theodore, Eleanore, Frieda, Ar- 
nold; Columbia Rl Columbia Pre22 
OlOOa (1871) Kinloch Tel. Colum- 
bia 

Kleyer, Edward J. (Emma Ritter) Ch 
Otilia, Alvin, Mildred, Nelson, Aly- 
dia, Arthur; "Grain Producing 
Farm" Waterloo R3 Waterloo 
Secl4 Ol35a Herman Klej^er 
(1876) Kinloch Tel. Waterioo 

Klingler, Joe (Francis Wachtel) Ch 
Dorothy; Red Bud R2 Prairie Du 
Long Pre9 Tl80a Albert Klingler 
(1895) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Klinkhardt, John F. (Barbara Braun) 
Ch Ediith; Red Bud R2 Prairie Du 
Long Prele T200a Mary J. Klink- 
hardt (1883) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Klohr, Fred W. (Hulda Lefholz) Ch 
Lester; Columbia R2 Waterloo 
Seel Tl76a Carolina Klohr (1895) 
Farmers Tel. Coluhibia 



Klohr, Mrs. George (Carolina 
Stumpf) Ch Louis, Henry, Mike, 
Hulda, Rebecca, William, Herman, 
Margaret, *Emma, *Anna, *Edna, 
♦Fred; Columbia R2 Columbia 
Pre32 0476a (1850) Kinloch Tel. 
New Hanover 

Knapp, Edfward (Lizzie Bickelhaupt) 
Ch Elvera, Selma; Renault Renault 
Sec32 T220a George Bickelhaupt 
(1886) Farmers Tel. Renault 

Knapp, Jacob (Minnie Meyer) Fults 
R2 Renault Sec24 Tll8a John Hel- 
ler Jr. (1884) Farmers Tel. Ren- 
ault 

Kneker, William (Minnie Lohmann) 
Red Bud R4 Renault Seel OllOa 
(1883) Red Bud Tel. Red Bud 

Koch, Fred W. (Emma M. Buettner) 
Ch Pearl, Adrian; "Oakland View" 
Fults R2 Renault Sec2 O40a (1881) 
Farmers Tel. Renault 

Koch, Gustave (Annie Wernicker) 
Ch Gustave Jr., Charles, Fred, 
Anna, Henry, Alvin, Lizzie, Dora, 
Freda; Daniel Koch, father; Lena, 
daughter; Waterloo R5 Blufif Sec30 
O80a Daniel Koch (1876) Farmers 
Tel. Maeystown 

Koch, Henry I. (iCaroline Juelfs) Ch 
Ray H., Alice E., Emil; Fults Ren- 
ault Sec28 T200a Demint & Hardy 
(1885) Farmers Tel. Fults 

Koch, Joseph (Mary Engle) Ch Vic- 
tor; Valmeyer R2 Harrisonville 
Sec29 Tl50a John Klein (1909) 
Farmers Tel. Valmeyer 

Koch, Louis C. (Mary Meyer) Ch 
Alinda, Lewis, Alfreda, Henry; 
"Cedar Bluff Farm" Waterloo Rl 
Waterloo Sec9 OlS3a (1882) Farm- 
ers Tel. New Hanover 

Koenigsmark, John J. (Tillie Heer) 
Ch Carmarlita, Thomas, Constance, 
Fidielis; Waterloo Waterloo Sec25 
Ola (1869) Bell Tel. Waterloo 

Koenigstein, Mike (Louise Ruhl) Ch 
Philip, Tillie, Elsa, William; Red 
Bud R2 Prairie DuLong Seel 
0369a (1857) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Kohlmeyer, Otto (Lyd'ia Althoff) 
Ch Peari, Opal; Waterloo R5 Bluff 
Secl6 T80a John Althoff (1889) 
Farmers Tel. Waterloo 

Kolmcr, Conrad (Louisa Weidman) 
Ch Richard, *Edward, *Armin, 
*Otto, * William, *01iver; Waterloo 
R3 Waterloo Sec23 O260a (1857) 
Farmers Tel. Waterloo 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNTY 



Kolmer, Emil (Louisa Kaemper) Ch 
Helen, Marie; Waterloo Rl Water- 
loo Secl2 0262a (1867) Farmers 
Tel. Waterloo 

Kolmer, Frank H. (Cecelia Vogt) 
Waterloo R3 Waterloo Secl8 
T230a Henry Kolmer (1892) Kin- 
loch Tel. Waterloo 

Kolmer, Henry (Katherine Toenjis) 
Ch Rosa, Arthur, Conrad, Lucinda, 
Harry, *Frank; Columbia R2 
Waterloo Se':2 O403a (1861) Farm- 
ers Tel. iColumbia 

Kolmer, Louis (Nena A. Loehr) Ch 
Albert, Marie, Louis Jr.; Waterloo 
R3 Waterloo Secl9 0433a (1864) 
Farmers Tel. Waterloo 

Kopp, Emil G. Waterloo R3 Water- 
loo Secl6 Tl60a George Kopp 
(1897) Farmers Tel. Waterloo 

Kopp, John A. (Elizabeth Wilhelms) 
Ch Anna, Matilda, Appolona, 
George, Adolph, Ida, John; Red 
Bud R2 Prairie DuLong PreSl 
T220a August Wilhelms (1874) 
Farmers Tel. Prairie 

Kraemer, William Hecker Prairie 
DuLong Pre3 O80a (1853) Farmers 
Tel. Hecker 

Kraft, Adam (Anna Baxmeyer) Ch 
Mary, Phillip, Emil, Emma; Water- 
loo R3 Waterloo Sec21 O220a 
(1858) Farmers Tel. Waterloo 

Kraft, George C. (Caroline C. Keins) 
Ch Elmer; Waterloo R3 Waterloo 
Sec22 Tl50a Louis Goeddel (1889) 
Farmers Tel. Waterloo 

Kraft, Mrs. Louisa (Louisa Koch) Ch 
Charles, Jacob, *Caroline, *Anna; 
Waterloo R2 Moredock Sec23 025a 
(1857) 

Kraft, Phillip A. (Katie Crook) Ch 
Alveria, Gladys; Waterloo R3 
Waterloo Sec21 Tl20a Mary Kraft 
(1885) Kinloch Tel. Waterloo 

Kraft, Phillip Lr. (Lena Rabbermann) 
Ch Charles; Waterloo R3 Waterloo 
Sec22 Ol51a (1886) Farmers Tel. 
Waterloo 

Krebel, Joseph (Anna Frisch) Ch 
iCh Jacob, Anna, Bertha, Edgar, 
Oscar, William, Hulda; Prairie Du 
Rocher R3 Renault SecloS Tl50a 
Edward Crook (1875) Farmers 
Tel. Renault 



Krebel, Michael J. (Louisa Frisch) 
Ch .'Mvin, Roy, Earl; Prairie Du 
Rocher Ri Renault Secl5 Tl40a 
William E. Crook (1879) Farmers 
Tel. Renault 

Krebel, William (Mary Voekler) Ch 
Emil, Viola; Fults Rl Renault 
Sec7 Tl30a (1877) Farmers Tel. 
Maeystown 

Kreher, Anselen (Apollonie NefF) 
Red Bud R2 Prairie DuLong Sec2 
T20na John Kreher (1908) 

Kreher, John A. (Frances Neff) Ch 
Mary, Agnes, Elenora, Clarence; 
Waterloo R4 Prairie DuLong Pre? 
Tl66a John Kreher Sr. (1884) 
Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Kremmel, Ferdinand Sr. (Bernidina 
Smith) Ch Harry, Roy, ♦Ferdin- 
and, *George, *Ous, *Louis, *John, 
♦Cora; Columbia Columbia Pre6 
Ol73Ka (1852) Kinloch Tel. Col- 
umbia 

Kroll, Frank Waterloo R5 New 
Design Sec7 T95a 'Charles Liebheit 
(1894) Farmers Tel. Waterloo 

Krueger, Moritz (Mary Hagemeir) 
Ch William, Walter. Armin, 
Henry; Burksville Rl New Design 
Sec31 O290a Henry Krueger 
(1884) Farmers Tel. Burksville 

Kruse, Mrs. Anna (Anna Brinkman) 
Ch Louise, Kate, Henry, John, 
Ben, Tony, Gerhardt.. Lizzie, Anna, 
Fred; Waterloo R4 Waterlo'o 
Sec27 O80a (1853) 

Kruse, Casper, (Maggie Beckerle) 
Ch Emma, Otilda, Arthur, Esther, 
♦Lulu, ♦Annie; Valmeyer Rl More- 
dock Seen T255a Alex Schmid 
(1867) Farmers and ^Fountain Tel. 
Valmeyer 

Kruse, Henry J. (Katv Flourke) 
Ch Hilda: Burksville Rl Renault 
Sec6 T200a Henry Flourke (1877) 

Kruse, John (Anna Koestner) Ch 
Arthur, Walter; Burksville Rl 
Renault Sec6 T218a Joseph Kruse 
(1882) Farmers Tel. Dashner 

Kruse, Joseph (Susan Hemoe) Ch 
Katy, Clara, ♦Anna, *August, 
♦Henry, ♦John, ♦Mary; Burksville 
Rl 'Renault Sec4 0218a (1848) 
Farmers Tel. Renault 

Kuehner. Peter (Agnes Beckerle) 
Ch Herman, Edward, Agnes; 
Waterloo Rl Waterloo Seclff 
T200a Mrs. Copp (1880) Farmers 
Tel. New Hanover 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Kueker, Fred C. (Nelda Kloepper) 
"Kue Ker Farm" Red Bud R2 
Prairie DuLong Pre35 Tl75a Fred 
Kueker (1882) Farnaers Tel 
Prairie ,, „ . 

Kuergeleis, Fred Jr. (Anna Mueller) 

Ch Erwin, Esther, Alice; Valmeyer 

R2 Mitchie Secl5 Tl23a Fred 

• Kuergeleis (1882) Farmers Tel. 

Maeystown 

Kuergeleis, ^George (Rosa Diehl) Ch 
Valmeyer R2 Mitchie Secl5 TlOOa 
Fred Kuergeleis (1892) Farmers 
Farmers Tel. Maevstown 

Kuergeleis, Louis (Marie Lieper) Ch 
Hihner; Valmeyer !Ra Mitchie 
Sees T61a Henry 'P. Pieper (1889) 
Farmers Tel. Maeystown 

Kuhls. Rev. Anthoiny J. "St. Pat- 
rick's Church Tip town" Burksville 
Rl New Design Sec33 T35a St. 
Patrick's Church Farmers Tel. 
Burksville 

Kuni, Charles (Susan Dabb) Ch 
Robert, Olga, Charlie, Wilburt, 
Mildred, Alvina; "Fish Lake" Col- 
umbia XZolumbia Pre32N OSOa 
(1372) Kinloch Tel. Co- 



Kuni, Otto (Catherine Sopp) Ch 
Otto. Hazel. Hilda, ♦Alma; Col- 
umbia Columbia Pre3iN OSOa 

(1869) Kinloch Tel. Columbia 

Kunkel, Barney (Anna Brawn) Ch 
Mary, Ben, ♦George. ♦Anna, 
♦Christina, ♦Katherine, ♦Elizabeth; 
Fults R3 Renault Secl6 Tl40a 
William Rippen (1856) Farmers 
TeL Fults 

Kunkel, Joseph F. (Rose Kelley) Ch 
Mary J., Walter; Burksville Rl 
New Design Sec22 O40a (1887) 

Kunkel, Mike Ch Herbert. William, 
Viola, Alberta, ♦Rosa. ♦Henry, 
♦Christina; Fults R2 Renault 
Sec] 5 Tl50a Demint and Hardy 
(1859) Farmers Tel. Fults 

Kunkelmann, Elizabeth (Elizabeth 

'Mittelbuscher) Ch Oscar, Rosalia. 
Elmer, Arlington, ♦Leonard; Red 
Bud R2 Prairie DuLong Prell 
OlOOa (1894) 



Tl20a 
lumbia 



Kunkelmann, Leonard (Matilda 
Vogel) Red Bud R2 Prairie Du- 
Long Prel2 T80a Mike Koenig- 
stein (1896) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Kurt, Mrs. Caroline (Caroline Scheif- 
ler) Ch Charles, William, ♦August, 
♦Walter, ♦Frieda, ♦Emma, ♦Anna, 
♦Sophia, ♦Delia; Waterloo R5 
Bluff Sec2 Ol46a (1867) Harrison- 
ville Tel. Waterloo 



Lanyhas. William (Lizzie Plage) Ch 
Mary, William, Arthur, Katie, 
Alida. Oliver. ♦Lizzie; Columbia 
Rl Columbia Pre25W Tl84a 
George Jung (1874) Kinloch Tel. 
New Hanover 

Langsdond. Anton (Mary Graffe) Ch 
Elsie. EIn'ora, Herman, ♦Louisa, 
♦John; V/aterloo Rl Bluff Sec6 
T216a Caroline G'^ffe. (1872) 
Henke Tel. Waterloo 

Lark- Edwin W. (Barbara Luhr) Ch 
Vernon', Bernice; Waterloo Rl 
Waterloo Sec8 Tl50a Herman 
Kettler (1885) Kinloch Tel. New 
Hanover 

iLarsie. (just (Emma Brown) Ch 
Adclla; Fults R2 Renault Secl4 
Tl40a Mngdaliua Brown Farmers 
Tel. Renault 



LaSource, A. E. (Nina Wallace) Ch 
Emmett. Helen, Dorothy, Ester; 
"Wallace 'Homestead" Valmeyer 
R2 Harnsonville Sec8 Tl35a C. B. 
Wallace (1904) Farmers Tel. Val- 
meyer 

Laub, Fred (Elizabeth Bieber) Ch 
Hilda, Edna, Arthur; Adam Laub, 
father; Bertha Laub, mother; 
Waterloo R2 Moredock 'Sec24 
Tl60a Adam Laub (1884) Farmers 
and Fountain Tel. Valmeyer 

Laub, John (Mary Stieming) Ch 
John Jr., Adolph, Charles; Water- 
loo R2 Moredock Sec34 Tl95a H 
P. Erd (1879) Farmers & Fountain 
Tel. Valmeyer 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNTY 



I^ub, William (Matilda Jahr) Ch 
Elsie, Lenora: Waterloo R2 More- 
dock Sec22 025a (1878) Farmers & 
Fountain Tel. Valmeyer 

Laubenthal. John M. (Emma K, Mel- 
chinj?) Red Bud R4 Renault Sec22 
Tl60a (1892) Demint and Hardy 

Xraut, William (Louisa Baxmeyer) 
Ch Robert, Sophia, Ida; Waterloo 
R4 Prairie DuLong Pre? T97a 
Chas. Brandt (1912) iFarmers Tel. 
Hecker 

Lawson, Clarence (Mary Cummings) 
Burksville TRl New Design SeclT 
034a Tl60a Elsie Filmer (1897) 
Farmers Tel. Burksville 

Leber. Louis (Anna Valentin) Ch 
Wendell. Arn'old, Joseph. Virginia; 
Fults Rl Mitchie Sec24 TllOa 
Winkelman Est. (1894) Farmers 
Tel. Fults 

Lemen. William (Louisa E. Briegel) 
Ch Hulda E. Kurz; "Lemen iHome- 
stead" Waterloo R5 New Design 
SeclS 0]31a (1853) Harrisonville 
Tel. Waterloo 

Lenhardt. Charles (Luella M. Good- 
del) Ch Lucile; Waterloo R4 
Waterloo Sec34 Tl30a Edward G. 
Goeddel (1889) Bell Tel. Water- 
loo 

Lenhardt, George (Elizabeth Kraft) 
Ch Harry, Hilda, ♦Matilda, 
♦Charles. * Albert: Waterloo R4 
Waterloo Sec27 O80a (1857) Bell 
Tel. Waterloo 

Lepp, Fred (Prances Steppig) Ch 
William, George, Harry, *Eniilor, 
♦Fred; Columbia Columbia Prel6 
0210a (3 855) Kinloch Tel. Col- 
umbia 

Lich, Louis (Katie Meyer) Ch Elmer, 
Albert, Esther; Waterloo RS BluflF 
SeclS Tl53a Fred Meyer (1880) 
Harrisonville Tel. Waterloo 

Linbach. Henry A. (Emma C. Hes- 
terberg) Ch Ruth, Harold; Water- 
loo R4 Waterloo Sec33 Tl61a N. B. 
Pautter (1890) Bell Tel. Waterloo 

Lindhorst, August (Ellen Klotzer) 
Ch Fred. Edwin. Frank, Florence; 
Columbia Rl Columbia Prel3W 
Tl30a Charles W_eakel (1916) Kin- 
loch Tel. Columbia 

Lindhorst, John A. (Elizabeth Mir- 
gain) (Jh Charles, Emil. Bertha, 
Rosa. Adella. Viola; Columbia Rl 
Columbia Pre5 T300a Fischer and 
Shine (1916) Kinloch Tel. Col- 
umbia 



Linker, Louis (Sarah IP. Sauer) Ch 
Lydia C. F., Louis W. H„ Frank 
L. H.; Waterloo Rl BlufiF Sec7 
0238a (1878) Bluflf TeL Madonna- 
ville 

Linnertz, Antone Ch Julius. Frank, 
♦Johnnie, ♦Jacob; Renault Renault 
Sec31 Tla John Linnertz (1859) 
Farmers Tel. Renatilt 

Linnertz, Jacob G. (Jessie Taylor) 
Ch Bert, Ada. Harry; Reanault 
Renault Sec3l TlOa Adah Sale 
(1891) 

Litzenberger, Otto (Caroline Geart- 
ner) Ch Marie; "Philip Acker 
Farm" Waterloo Rl Waterloo 
Seen Tl20a Acker Est. (i860) 
Farmers Tel. Waterloo 

Loehr, Christian M. (Caroline Kram- 
pher) iCh Emil, Clara, Esther; 
Waterloo Rl Waterloo Secll 
Tl46a Elizabeth Loehr (1871) 
Farmers Tel. New Hanover 

Loehr, Henry A. (Katherime Mild) 
Ch Henry ♦Adelle; Waterloo iRl 
Waterloo Secl2 TlOOa Henry 
Loehr (1867) Farmers Tel. NeW 
Hanover 

Loehr, Henry H. (Emma Mild) Ch 
Elenora. Edna, Alma, William; 
Columbia Columbia Pre23 Tll5a 
Louis Miller (1867) Kinloch Tel. 
Columbia 

Loewe, Herman (Louisa Schnell- 
becher) Ch Elsie. ♦Elizabeth, ♦Kate, 
♦Thresa, ♦Caroline, ♦Louisa 
♦Emma, ♦Margaret; Waterloo R2 
Waterloo SecSl 042a (1857) Far- 
mers Tel. Waterloo 

Lohberg, George H. (Carrie Rapp) 
Ch iGeorge, ♦Vivian; "South Viewi 
Farm" Red Bud R2 Prairie Du- 
Long Pre8 Ol04a (1862) Farmers 
Tel. Hecker 

Lohkamp, Henry (Maggie Wild) Ch 
Arnold, Theodore, Henry, Alma, 
Raymond; Valmeyer R2 'Harrison- 
ville Sec33 T218a Caroline Trost 
(1885) Farmers Tel. Valmeyer 

Lorenz. Hugo (Pauline Schneider) 
Ch Carmefida, Sylvester; Waterloo 
R2 Moredock Sec25 TlOOa Mary 
Lorenz (1891) Farmers and Foun- 
tain Tel. Waterloo 

Louer, Fred (Mary Baltz) Ch Her- 
man, Jefferson, Maggie, Charles, 
Adelia, ♦Mary, ♦Fred, ♦George; 
Valmeyer Rl Moredock SeclSl 
048J^a (1860) Farmers and 'Poun. 
tain Tel. New Hanover 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECtORY 



Ludwig, William P. (Lily Meyer) 
Ch Homer; Vabneyer IRl More- 
deck Sec3 Tl30a tena Rose (1881) 
'Farmers and Fountain Tel. New 
'Hanover 

Luehring, John (Louisa Voelker) Ch 
Mary, Heniy, John; Waterloo Rl 
Bluff Sees Ol60a (1856) Henke 
Tel. Waterloo 

Luhr, George H. "Mosquito Hills 
iFarm" Columbia Rl Waterloo 
Sec6 Tll5a Jacob Luhr (1896) 
Farmers Tel. New Hamover 

Luhr, William (Freda Schmidt) Ch 
Eugene; Valmeyer Rl Moredock 
Sec28 T200a Henry Wessel (1886) 
Farmers and Fountain Tel. Val- 
meyer 



Lutker, Frank (Catherine Frisch) 
Ch *Henry, *Edna, * Walter, 
♦Ignatious; '"Poe Poultry Farm" 
Burksville Rl New Design Sec27 
Ol33a (1838) Harrisonville Tel. 
Red Bud 

Lutker, Henry (Rose Gauley) Ch 
♦Margaret, *Josephine; Burksville 
Rl New Design Sec22 Tl90a Hugh 
Murphy (1868) Harris'onville Tel. 
Red Bud 

Luttman, Frank S. (Alice Bain) Ch 
Elsie, Clayborn, Robert, *Effie; 
Red Bud R4 Renault Secl6 T360a 
Patrick Collier (1875) Farmers 
Tel. Renault 



M 



Macke, Elizabeth (Elizabeth Johan- 
ning) Ch Arthur, Olga, Otto, Ella, 
William, *Lena; Valmeyer Rl 
MoredocK: Sec35 T75a Mrs. Sol. 
Harrison (1872) 

Madglin, Lem (Lillie McNabb) Ch 
Eunice, Susan; Renaxilt Renault 
Sec25 T250a Aquilla McNabb 
(1891) Faimers Tel. Renault 

Maeys, Charles (Leona Struebig) Ch 
Evelyn. Naomi; Maeystown Star 
Rte. Mitchie Sec2 O960a (1886) 
Farmers Tel. Maeystown 

Maeys, George (Mary Diehl) Ch 
George Knscher and wife, Louisa 
Myer; *Lydia; Valmeyer IRa Har- 
risonville Sec36 O206a (1867) Farm- 
ers Tel. Maeystown 

Mallory, John W. (Ella Sansoucie) 
Ch Gladys, Lela, Aurila, Albert; 
♦Darling; Columbia • Rl Columbia 
PreS Tl2a Henry Smith (1911) 
Kinloch Tel. 'Columbia 

Marquardt, August Sr. (Mary Tan- 
sen) Ch Catherine, Mary, Eliza- 
beth August Jr. : Waterloo R5 
Bluff Seel Tl20a Mrs. Henry ^Feld- 
meier (1861) Harrisonville Tel. 
Waterloo 

Marquardt, George (Amanda Vogt) 
Ch Leo J.; Henry Marquardt, 
brother; Valmeyer Rl Harrison- 
ville Secl7 Tl80a Louis Kettler 
(1918) Farmers Tel. Valmeyer 



Marquardt, Henry (Katie Holning) 
Ch Gariet. Anne, Anton, Johnnie,. 
Henry, Willie, George, Lizzie,. 
Katie, Lydia, *Clara* Kilyon; 
"Deer Hill Farm" Waterloo R2 
Waterloo Sec29 Ol20a (1856) Farm- 
ers Tel. Waterloo 

Marquardt, William A. (Bertha 
Schneider) Ch Robert, Sylvester, 
Frances. William; Waterloo Rl 
Waterloo Sec29 Tl60a William 
Schneider (1886) Farmers Tel- 
Waterloo 

Mattingly, John O. QCelma Char- 
trand) Ch Leo, iHulda; Prairie Du 
IRocher R3 Renault Sec9 O320a 
(1855) Farmers Tel. Renault and 
Kidd 

Matzenbacher, Adam (Ida E. Goed- 
del) Ch Willie, Oscar, Frieda, El- 
mer, Wp.lter- Waterloo R4 Water- 
loo Sec35 Ol20a (1880) Bell Tel. 
Waterloo 

Matzenbacher, Peter (Mary Vogel) 
Ch Millard, Edna, Laura; Jaoab 
Ringhausen, uncle; Waterloo R5 
Bluff Secl2 Tll2a iStahlman Est. 
(1877) Harrisonville Tel. Waterloo; 

Maurer, Jacob (Catharine Purtle) Ch 
Elsa, Tillie. Bertha, Barbara, Stella* 
Emma, *Mary, *Joseph, *Clara,' 
Red Bud R4 Prairie DuLong Pre29 
OSOa (1861) iparmers Tel. Red Bud 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNTY 



Maurer, Mrs. Lena (Lena Buettner) 
4Ch Louis, Jake, Aulrich, Agnes, 
Edward, 'Louisa, *Mamie, *Anna; 
Red Bud R4 Renault Secl5 T400a 
P. M. Gunlach (1865) Ames Tel. 
Ames 

May, Jame3 T. (Margaret Shea) Ch 
James, Loretta, Patrick, Margaret, 
Julia, Edward; Fults R2 Renault 
Sec7 OlOOa (1863) Farmers Tel. 
Renault 

Mays. Patrick (Mary Doyle) Ch ♦Al- 
fred, Martin; Fults R2 Renault 
Sec7 OSOOa (1857) 

McArtv, John (Bridget Maher) Ch 
WiHiam, Sylvester, Daniel, Cle- 
ments; Waterloo iRS New Design 
Sec7 OSOa (1869) Farmers Tel. 
Waterloo 

McBride, Mrs. Mary A. (Mary A. 
Wright) Ch Mary, *William, ♦Nel- 
son, *Warren, *Arthur, *Oscar; 
Prairie DuRocher R2 Renault 
Sec3S Ol60a(1872)Ames Tel. Ames 

McBride, Oscar F. (Jessie M. Ames) 
Ch Carlyle. Abbie; Red Bud R3 
Renault Sec36 T38a Mrs. >Grover 
Singleton (1891) Ames Tel. Ames 

McClenahan, F. V. (Josephine 
Nenois) Ch Ray, Delia, Agnes, 
James, Viola, Edna, Myrtle, *Dora, 
♦Maggie; "McClenahan Stock 
Farm " Prairie DuRocher R3 Secll 
096a (1S72) Farmers Tel. Kidd 

McConkey, William R. (Louise 
Schlegel) Ch Florence, August, 
Alice, William; Columbia R2 Col- 
umbia O40a (1873) Kinloch Tel. 
Columbia 

McCormicK, Robert (Cora Higgins) 
Valmeyer R2 Harrisonville Sec8 
O300a (1S73) <Faiimers Tel. Val- 
meyer 

MoCormick, Stephen H. (Cecelia 
Heidger) Ch iRollo, Felix, Hugh, 
Russell, Alois, Rosemary; Val- 
meyer Harrisonville Sec9 Ol24a 
(1875) 'Farmers Tel. Valmeyer 

McDonald, William A. (Katherine 
Andres) Ch Albert, Wallace, Rich- 
ard, Paulina, Marie, Stephen, 
♦Tresa; Waterloo Rl Waterloo 
Secl5 T80a Agnes Beltag (1883) 

McMullen. Charles P. (Mary Nolan) 
Ch Clarence, Eugene, Hugh, Elen- 
nora, -"Loretta; Columbia R2 (Col- 
umbia Pre25 O40a (1861) Kinloch 
Tel. Columbia 



Mehrtens, Fred A. (Rosa Dotzauer) 
Ch Elnora; Colismbia R2 Water- 
loo Sec4 Tl45a Mrs. Fred Mehrtens 
(1885) Farmers Tel. New Hanover 

Mel^rtens, Jacob (Louisa Meyer) Ch 
Emil, Alfred, Jacob, Raymond, 
Nora, Alma, .\lvera, ♦Oliver, ♦Al- 
vin, ♦Walter; Valmeyer Rl More- 
dock Sec3 Tl45a R W. Miller 
(1869) Farmers and Fountain Tel. 
New Hanover 

Mehrtens. Oliver (Teresa Loewe) 
Waterloo R2 Moredock Secl4 
Tl21a Fred Schewe (1894) 

Meisenbach, Ewald (Mary Ruste- 
berg) Ch Gertrude; Valmeyer Rl 
Moredock Secl6 T97a Bertha Gib- 
ler (1890) 

Meisenbach. Harry (.Augusta Son- 
dag) Ch Jane, Rosie; Valmeyer R2 
Harrisonville Secl6 Tl60a William 
Sondag and C. B. Wallace (1892) 
Farmers and Fountain Tel. Val- 
meyer 

Meister. Charles (Christina Berg) Ch 
Arnold, Fred; Maeystown Mitchie 
Sec4 Ti:JOa Jacob Hoffmann (1879) 

Meister, Katherine (Katherine Hart- 
mann) Ch George, John, Pauline, 
Charles. * William, *Mary; Fults 
Rl Renault Sec4 T80a George 
Meister (1858) 

Meister, William (Margaret Mueller) 
Ch Thresa; Fults R2 IRenault Secl2 
Tl20a Christina Mueller (1887) 
'Farmers Tel. Renault 

Melching, August F. (Emma A. 
Strieker) Ch Rosia, Gussie. Katie, 
Emil, Clara, ♦Emma; Red Bud R4 
Renault Sec27 O40a (1869) Farm- 
ers Tel. Renault 

Melching, Charley (Caroline 'Faust) 
'Ch Minnie, Edna, *Lizzie; Prairie 
Du Rochcr iR3 Renault Sec28 Ol20a 
(1865) Farmers Tel. Renault 

Melching, Charles L, (Theresa Dorn) 
Ch Mabel; Red Bud R4 Prairie Du 
Long Prel9 Tl60a Barbara Knott 
(1889) F.-'rmers Tel. Hecker 

Melching, Fred (Julia Prescher) Ch 
Mata; William Melching, brother; 
Prairie DuRocher R3 Renault Sec28 
O80a (1866) Farmers Tel. Renault 

Melching, Louis (Minnie Ollzen) Ch 
William, Anna, ♦Henry; Burksville 
tRl New Design SecSO OsOa (1861) 
Farmers Tel. Burksville 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Melching, Mrs- Minnie (Minnie Mel- 
ching) Ch Henry, iFneda, ♦Char- 
ley; Prairie DuRocher R3 Renault 
Sec2l O80a (1864) Farmers Tel. 
Renault 
Melenbach. William Prairie Du 
Rocher R3 Renault Sec5S Tla 
Frank MeJenbach (1865) 
Menke, George (Elizabeth Hellen- 
schmidt) Ch Sylvester, Leo, Clara; 
Prairie DuRocher R3 IRenauIt 
SecSS Ti20a Demint and 'Hirdy 
(1889) Farmers Tel, Renault 

Mennerich, WiUiam C. (Louisa Roll) 
Ch Charlie, Theresa, Linda, Mamie, 
Viola, Oscar, *Ella, *William; Red 
Bud R3 Kenault Secl3 Ol20a (1869) 
United Tel. Red Bud 

Mentel, Mary E. (Mary E. Har- 
baugh) Cli Adam, Zoe, George, 
♦William, *Clara, *Mary; VaUneyer 
Rl Harrisonville SecS OSOa (1864) 
Farmers Tel. Valmeyer 

Merlenbach. Charles (Anna Schmitz) 
Ch George, William, Charley, Ar- 
min, Nelda, Elvera; Prairie Du 
Rocher R3 Renault Sec4S Ol45a 
(1867) Farmers Tel. Ames 

Merlenbach, Frank W. (Jessie Cnl- 
len) Ch Clara, Gertrude; Prairie 
Du Rocher R3 Renault Sec4 Ol34a 
(1885) Ames Tel. Ames^ 

Meyer, Adam (Theresa Mitweide) Ch 
Arthur; Valmeyer Rl Moredock 
Secl6 TlOOa Joseph Maeys Est. 
(1888) Farmers and Fountain TeL 
Valmeyer 

M^er, August (Louisa Melching) 
Ch Katie, George, *WilIie, ♦Min- 
nie; Prairie DuRocher RS Renault 
Sec29 Oll6a (1864) Farmers Tel. 
Renault 

Meyer. Florence G. (Caroline Loewe) 
\^h. Kermit, Arlow; Valmeyer Rl 
Moredock Secl6 TlCOa Joseph 
Meyers Est. (1881) 

Meyer. Frank (Caroline Mueller) Ch 
Elmer, Virginia, Josephine; Val- 
meyer Harrisonville Sec4 T400a 
Joseph Meyer (1871) Farmers & 
Fountain Tel. Valmeyer 

Meyer, George (Eva E. Kohnz) Ch 
George, Jr., Lucinda: Valmeyer 
Harrisonville Seed 0225a (1894) 

Meyer, Henry C. (Emma Schleifer) 
Ch Otto, Willie, Theodore, Albert, 
Ester, Elmer, Emil; Prairie Du 
Rocher RS Renault Sec29 T240a 
Fred Melching Sr. (1879) Farmers 
Tel. Renault 



Meyer, Henry F. (Lulu K. Sutter) 
Ch Armin W. "Cape Horn Stock 
/Farm" Fults R2 Renault SeclS. 

O70a (1S6S) Farmers Tel. Fults 

Meyer, Joseph (Maggie K. Miller> 
Ch Edwin, Catharine, Jessie, Le- 
ona, Emma, Erma, Celestine, Mar- 
garet; Valmeyer Harrisonville 
Sec4 O300a (1870) Farmers & 
Fountain Tel. Valmeyer 

Meyer, Joseph H. Ch Homer, Arthur; 
Valmeyer. Rl Moredock Sec9 084a 

(1877) Farmers & Fountain Tel. 
Valm.eyer 

Meyer, Mrs. Mary (Mary Naumann> 
Ch John F., ♦Florence, ♦Adam,. 
♦Elsie, ♦Sophia; Valmeyer IRl 
Moredock Secl6 0465a Joseph 
Meyer Sr. Est. (1875) Farmers & 
Fountain Tel. Valmeyer 

Meyers, Robert (Zella Agnew) Ch 
Elma; .Valmeyer Rl Moredock 
Sec21 Tl43a John Herbst (1891) 

Meyer, William H. (Ida Donins) 
Renault Renault SecSS T226a 
James Eades (1884) Farmers Tel. 
Renault 

Meyer. WilUam L. (Louisa Hamel- 
mall) ch Mildred, Ralph; Cclumi'" 
bia Rl Columbia Pre33 Ol56a 

(1878) Kinloch Tel. New Hanover 

Meuth, Joseph (Rosa Brocs) Ch Bar- 
bara, Josephine, (Rosa, Clara, John, 
Charlie, Philip, Albert, Edward, 
Christina, Arma, ♦Lizzie, ♦Nick, 
♦Joseph; Waterloo R4 New Design 
Sec2 O310a (1892) Farmers TeL 
Hecker 

MUes, D. H. (Sophia Theis) Ch Hat- 
tie, Eva; Valmeyer Rl Moredock 
Sec29 Tl39a Charles Morrison 
(1858) 

MUes. S. A, (Etta Bower) Ch Ste- 
phen A., Lenora R., Virginia L.; 
Valmeyer Rl Moredock Sec20 
Tl34a Miles Est. (1860) Farmers 
& Fountain Tel. Valmeyer 

Miller, George J. (Elsa Huber) Ch 
Walter, Estella; New Athens Rl 
Prairie DuLong Pre6E 072a (1906) 
Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Miller, John E. (Dora Bell) Ch Oak- 
ly, R<Dbert, Ruby; ♦Cletha, ♦Ray, 
♦EndamI; Columbia Columbia PreT 
Teooa Charles Murphy (1916) Kin- 
loch Tel. Columbia 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNtY 



Millman. Henry (Elizabeth Thoma) 
Ch John, Louis, Edwin, Elmer, 
*George, ♦Lulu; Hecker New De- 
sign Secl2 Ol70a (i860) Farmers 
Tel. 'Hecker 

Minemann, Emil (Annie Fries) "'Pp- 
can Groye" Prairie DuRocher R3 
Renault Ol60a 

Minemann, Henry J. (Carolina 
Trischkorn) Ch Oscar. Ervin, 
Woodrow; Red Bud R2 Prairie Du 
Long Pr-22 Tl02a Charles Mine- 
mann (1878) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Minkey, Henry (Alice Zeiger) Ch 
Herman, Mary, William; Prairie 
DuRocher "Rl Renault Secl6 Tl50a 
Ruth Avelsberger (1886) iF-armers 
Tel. Renault 

Mitweide, Charles (Cora Walton) 
Susan Crowder, mother; Waterloo 
R2 Moredock Sec23 T95a Conrad 
Kolmer (1858) 

Moehrs, August Sr. (Louisa Kruse) 
Ch Henry, Theodore, *August, 
*Marv. *Louise. *Edward, *Ajnna; 
Red Bud R3 Renault Sec23 Ol60a 
(1865) Ames Tel. Ames 

Moehrs, August P. (Laura Milliere) 
Ch Arthur, Clarence, Ardelle; Red 
Bud 'R3 Renault Sec23 OSOa (1872) 
Ames Tel. Ames 

Moeller, Henry (Mary A. Kurt) Ch 
Lester, *Henrictta, *Helen; Water- 
loo R5 Bluff Seel OlOOa (1904) 
Harrisonvill ; Tel. Waterloo 

Moffit, Robert Ch Edward, *John; 
Waterloo R5 New Design Sec8 
Ol60a Farmers Tel. Waterloo 

Mohr, George (Lena Null) Ch Viola, 
Lillie, Leroy, Kermit, Quentin, 
Pern; Red Bud R2 Prairie DuLong 
Prel4 O80a (1878) Farmers Tel. 
Hecker 

Mohr, Henry Sr. (Emma Voges) Ch 
August, Alvin, Emily, *Charlie, 
♦Rosa; "Water Oak Farm" Red 
Bud R2 Prairie DuLong Pre23 
O80a TSOa (1857) Farmers Tel. 
Hecker 

Monike, Fraaik (Margaret Mohr) Ch 
Emma, F.Ua, Walter; Ked Bud R2 
Prairie DuLong Pre24 T80a Mar- 
garet Faust (1866) Farmers Tel. 
Hecker 

Moran, William (Anna Russell) Red 
Bud R4 Prairie DuLong Pre30 
O40a (1908) 



Mosbacher, Ernst H. (Emma Linker) 
Columbia Rl Waterloo Sec5 Tl70a 
John Osterhage (1892) Farmers 
Tel. New Hanover 
Mosbacher, George J. (Catharine 
Wecker) Ch Catharme, ♦George, 
♦William, ♦Louis, ♦Henry, ♦Lillie, 
♦Albert Columbia Rl Columbia 
Pre3lN OlOOa (1852) Kinloch Tel. 
Columbia 
Mosbacher, John (Anna Neeman) Ch 
Alvin. Elmer, Fults R2 Renault 
Secl9 O200a (1860) Farmers Tel. 
Renault 
Mosbacher, William (Mary C. 
Vollhardt) Ch Henry. Charles, Ed- 
ward, Frieda, Elsie; Valmeyer IRI 
Moredock Sec33 T218a Thomas Day 
(1859) Fs^rmers & Fountain Tel. 
Valmeyer 
Mudd. Albert L. (Carolina Hess) Ch 
Valeria, Clemence, Elmer, Merinus. 
Delbert. Wilferd, Bertram; Red 
Bud R2 Prairie DuLong Pre3 T60a 
George Gambach (1919) Farmers 
Tel. Hecker 
Mudd, Bennett A. (Mary C. Metzger) 
Ch Alban, Robert; Red Bud R8 
Renault Sec36 Ol80a (1872) Ames 
Tel. Ames 
Mudd, Edmond J; (Mary C. Queff- 
enne) Ch Ellnora, Sylvester; 
Prairie DuRocher R2 iRenault Sec35 
T87a George Erie (1897) Ames 
Tel. Ames 
Mudd, Jerome (Sarah Lanergan) Ch 
Robert, Eugene, Mary, Elsie, Ar- 
thur. Elva, Emma, Albert; Water- 
loo New Design SeclO 040a (1898) 
Farmers Tel. Harrisonville 
Muelhauser, Peter (Caroline Goed- 
del) Ch Jacob, Tillie Neff, Lydia 
and Marie, wife and children of 
Jacob; Fults Rl Sec23 Tl40a 
Winkelman Est. (1864) Farmers 
Tel. Maeystown 
Mueller, Bert (Sophia Buettner) Ch 
Julia, Armin, Raymond; Fults Rl 
Renault Sec21 O70a (1875) Farm- 
ers Tel. Maeystown 
Mueller, Edward (Minnie Josten) Ch 
Edna, Cornelia, Roland, Roy; Val- 
meyer R2 Harrisonville Secl6 
T200a Armin Pinkel (1878) Farm- 
ers Tel. Vrlmeyer 
Mueller, Mrs. Elizabeth (Elizabeth 
Schafer) Ch John, William, Hulda, 
♦Mary, ♦Emma, ♦Louise. *Katie; 
Waterloo Rl Bluff Sec3 O240a 
(1852) Harrisonville Tel. Waterloo 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIIRECTORY 



Mueller. Ferdinand (Susie Werling) 
Ch Otto, Ella, Emandus, Clarence, 
Elois, Adolph; Waterloo R2 Water- 
loo Sec3i Ol60a (1879) Farmers 
Tel. Waterloo 

Mueller. Fred (Anna Henning) Ch 
Nelda. Wilfred, Doris; Fults R2 
Renault Secl3 TlOOa Peter Ken- 
ning (1882) Farmers Tel. Renault 

Mueller, Fred D. (Myrtle E. Agnew) 
Ch Arnold, Bernice, Marcella; Val- 
meyer RS Harrisonville Sec2l 
T60a William Wolling (1890) 
Farmers Tel. Valmeyer 

Mueller, Mrs. George (Catharine 
Werling) Ch George, ♦Emma, 
♦Louis, *Mary, *Frieda; Columbia 
Ra Columbia Pre29 058a (1848) 
Kinloch Pel. Columbia 

Mueller, Henry (Tillie Becker) Col- 
umbia Columbia PrelO Tl40a John 
A. Mueller (1889) 

Mueller, Kenry W. (Wilhelmina 
iStumpf) Ch Loretta, Leona; Chris- 
tina Mueller, mother; Waterloo Rl 
Bluflf Sees Ol42a (1881) Farmers 
& Fountain Tel. Waterloo 

Mueller, Herman J. (Adela Stumpf) 
Ch Marcella: Columbia Rl Col- 
umbia Pre35W T240a Fred Stumpf 
(1917) Kinloch Tel. Columbia 

Mueller, Jacob (Laura Niebruegge) 
Ch Mathilda Ida, Lydia, Albert, 
Erwin, ♦Lena; Valmeyer R2 Har- 
risonville Sec22 Tl65a Avon Baer 
(1867) Farmers Tel. Valmeyer 

Mueller, Louis (Ida Lich) -Ch Irvin, 
Luella, Richard, Raymond; Water- 
loo R2 Waterloo Sec34 O80a (1880) 
Farmers Tel. Waterloo 

Mueller, Louis F. (Maggie Eckert) 
Ch Oliver, Florence. Herbert, Wal- 
ter; Columbia R2 Columbia Pre29 
Tl71a Lena Kienzle (1878) Kin- 
loch Tel. Columbia 



Mueller, Mrs. Mary E. (Mary Brandt) 
Ch Charley, Minnie, Elsie, Anna, 
♦Fred, ♦lCaroline,*Mary, ♦Christena, 
♦Gusta; Fults ^R2 Renault Secl8 
Ol60a (1855) Farmers Tel. Ren- 
ault 

Mueller, Peter J. (Sophia Ulrich) Ch 
A|vin F., Emil W., Arnold H.; 
Waterloo R2 Waterloo Sec32 TSOOa 
George Mueller (1872) Farmers 
Tel. Waterloo 

Mueller. Peter R. (Caroline Woll) 
Ch Henry. Fred. Alvin. Arlena, 
♦Emma, ♦Amanda; Valmeyer R2 
Harrisonville Sec26 Ol34a (1864) 
Farmers Tel. Valmeyer 

Mueller. William F. (Lizzie Stumpf) 
Ch Alfred, Laura, Leona; Valmeyer 
Rl Moredock Secl4 Tl80a Louis 
Stumpf (1872) Farmers & Fountain 
Tel. New' Hanover 

Mueller. William V. ('Christina Gum- 
mersheimer) Ch Herbert, Eugene, 
Virginia; Columbia R2 Columbia 
Pre34 0381a (1903) Kinloch Tel. 
New Hanover 

Mueth, Nick (Vivian Lohrberg) Ch 
Clive, Laverne; Red Bud IRa Prairie 
DuLong Pre8 TOOa George Lohr- 
berg (1887) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Mund, Mrs. Louis F. (Louise Eugea) 
Ch Ira, Alvina; E^st Carondtelet 
Rl Columbia PreSON O70a (1888) 
Kinloch Tel. 'Columbia 

Murphy, Anthony (Agnes Hum) Ch 
Joe, Clira, Sylvester; Red Bud 
R4 Renault Secl3 O40a John 
Welsh (1866) Ames Tel. Ames 

Murphy, George W. (Winnie K. 
Carr) Ch H'oward, Alvin; Red Bud 
R4 Renault Secl4 OlSOa (1864) 
Ames Tel. Ames 

Murray, P. J. Margaret Murray, sis- 
ter; Valmeyer IR2 Harrisonville 
Sec8 Ol20a (1852) iParmers Tel. 
Valmeyer 



MusenbaCh, Hugo (Emma Schiever) 
Ch Lucille; Waterloo R2 Waterloo 
Secl8 Tl40a William Taake (1885) 
Farmers Tel. New Hanover 



N 



Nagel, Fred (Catherina Schlemmer) 
Ch ♦Katy, ♦Henry, ♦Fred Jr.; 
Prairie Du Rocher R3 Renault 
Sec29 075a (1868) Farmers Tel. 
Renault 



Nagel, Henry F. (Carolina Acker- 
mann) Ch Hildia, Emma, George, 
Walter; Renault Renault Sec29 
Tl80a Catherine Nagel (1883) 
Farmers Tel. Renault 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNTY 



NefiF, Jacob W. (Josephine Nohtner) 
Ch Edward, Ralph, Irene, Paul, 
Jerome; Waterloo R4 New Design 
Secl2 O80a (1877) Farmers Tel. 
Hecker 

Nelkey, Henry (Emma Rockenschoe) 
Ch Charley, Roland, Orlan, Ben- 
jamin, Christina, Lucile, Dorothy; 
Burksville Rl New Design Sec29 
Tl60a Demint and Hardy (1860) 

Neubarth, Mrs. Maggie (Maggie 
Salm) Ch Michael, Henry, Jacob, 
♦Frank, *Charles, *Herman, ♦Em- 
ma, ♦Louisa, ♦Maggie; Adolph 
Neubarth, uncle; Valmeyer Rl 
Moredock Sec33 Tl50a John Eit- 
man (1839) 

Neusel, Daniel C. (Emma Struebing) 
Ch Clara M., Daniel L., Herman 
H., Mildred L.. Walter H.. Edward 
C; "Hilly Prairie" Waterloo Rl 
Waterloo Sec8 Ol60a (1881) Farm- 
ers Tel. New Hanover 

Nicholson, Robert (Myrtle B. Mc- 
Cuen) Ch Cletus; Prairie Du 
Rochcr R2 Renault Sec34 Tl20a 
Martha Nicholson (1886) Ames 
Tel. Ames 

Niebruegge, Albert (Erma Kloster- 
man) Valmeyer R2 Harrisonville 
Sec20 Tll8a Niebruegge Est. 
(1892) Farmers Tel. Valmeyer 

Niebruegge, George (Lydia Mueller) 
Ch Robert; Valmeyer R2 Mitchie 
Sec5 Ol31a (1886) Farmers Tel. 
Maeystown 

Niebruegge, H. J. (Ida Josten) Ch 
Ch Fred, William, Walter, Hilda, 
Henry, Ida; Valmeyer R2 Har- 
risonville Sec20 0235Ha (l873) 
Farmers Tel. Valmeyer 

Niemann, Henry C. (Suzanna Illert) 
Ch Catharine, Barbara, Emma, 
Joseph, ♦Fred, ♦Adelheidi, ♦Henry 
W., ♦Harry, ♦Corty, ♦William, 
♦Jacob; Valmeyer Harrisonville 
Sec3 Tl50a Castelle Est. (1874) 
Farmers & Fountain Tel. Valmeyer 

Niemann, Henry W. (Ida Paulus) 
Ch Harry; Waterloo R2 Waterloo 
Sec29 T78a Mrs. Henry Paulus 
(1892) 

Niemeier, Fred (Mary Johanning) 
Ch Esther, Charles, ♦Lydia, *Paul, 
♦Elsie; Fults Rl Mitchie Sec25 
TlOOa Winkleman Est. (1863) 
Farmers Tel. Fults 



Nobbe, Fred W Jr. (Amelia Robber- 
mann) Ch Otto, Arthur, Hil-da, 
Roy; Waterloo R3 Waterloo Sec22 
T240a Fred Nobbe (1876) Farm- 
ers Tel. New Hanover 

Nobbe, Henry (Lydia Kohlmeier) 
Valmeyer Harrisonville SeclO Tla 
Arthur Beattie (1889) Farmers Tel. 
Valmeyer 

Nobbe, Louis Ch Henry, Louis, 
Freda, Clara, Selma, Oscar, ♦Fred, 
♦Edward, ♦Dora; Waterloo R6 
New Design Sec6 Ol35a (1874) 
Harrisonville Tel. Waterloo 

Nobbe, William L. (Freda Stemler) 
iCh Louis, William Jr.;_ Anna 
Nobbe, mother; Emma, daughter; 
Waterloo R2 Moredock Sec35 
T270a Nobbe Est. '(1886) Farmers 
& Fountain Tel. Valmeyer 

Noelken, Henry (Sophie Hagemeyer) 
Fults R2 Renault Secl4 Tl87a Wm. 
Hagemeyer (1892) Farmers Tel. 
Renault 

Noelken, John (Elenore Hagemeyer) 
Red Bud R4 Renault Sec8 Tl60a 
William Noelken Sr. (1889) Farm- 
ers Tel. Renault 

Noonam, Patrick H. "Fair View Grain 
Farm" Burksville Rl New Design 
Sec23 Ol8la (1862) Harrisonville 
Tel. Red Bud 

Notter, Joseph (Caroline Booher) 
Ch ♦Stephen, ♦Joseph Jr., ♦Am- 
brose, ♦Ardella; Waterloo Rl 
Harrisonville SeclS O60a (1856) 
Union Tel. Madonnaville 

Nottmeier, Charles L. Prairie Du 
Rocher Rl Renault Secl5 Ol60a 
(1890) Farmers Tel. Renault 

Nottmeier, Christ C. (Mary Mueller) 
Ch Louisa, Frieda, Arthur, Lvdia; 
Fults R2 Renault Secflr 6l60a 
(1873) Tel. Renault 

Nottmeier, Fredi (Katy Nagel) Ch 
Ida, Elsie, Armin, Mary, Leona, 
Albert, Nelda, Arnold, Fritz, Wil- 
bert; Fults R2 Renault Secl9 O200a 
(1872) Farmers Tel. Renault 

Nottmeier, Mrs. Katherine (Kather- 
ine Hollenhap) 'Charles, George, 
Ella, Walter, Arthur, William. Al- 
bin, Rosa, Adclla; "Twin Hond 
Grain Farm" Fults R2 Renault 
Sec4 OlfiOa (1868) Farmers Tel. 
Renault 
Nottmeier, Walter (Celestine Juclfs) 
Prairie DuRocher Rl Renault 
SeclSS 075a Farmers Tel. Renault 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DBRECTORY 



o 



Oelzen. Charles (Mary Jansen) Ch 
Elenore; "iCedar Mound Farm" 
Fults R2 Renault Sec3 Tl06Ha 
Henry Oelzen (1896) Farmers 
Tel. Waterloo 

Oelzen. William (Lena Jostin) Ch 
Anna, Lena, Lizzie, William, 
Henry; Burksville IRl New Design 
Sec30 OSOa (186Q) 

Oerter, Jolin M. (Freda TebbenhofF) 
Waterloo R2 Waterloo .Sec27 T250a 
John Oerter (1900) Farmers Tel. 
Waterloo 

Oexner. Frank Q. Waterloo R4 
Waterloo Sec30 O90a (1888) Bell 
Tel. Waterloo* 

O'Leary, Mrs. Agnes (Agnes May) 
Ch Daniel, May; Red Bud R4 Ren- 
ault Seel Ol20a (1871) Ames Tel. 
Ames 

O'Leaxy, Frank (Mary Carr) Ch 
Anna, Lizzie, James, Agnes; Val- 
meyer Rl Harrisonville Sec 4 TlOOa 
Mrs. John Herman and Mrs. Wil- 
helmina Zimmer (1873) Farmers 
& 'Fountain Tel. Valmeyer 

Opperman, William (Minnie Wort- 
man) Ch Mary, John, Katie, Wil- 
liam, Charles, Rosa, Anna, Sophia, 
Peter, *Matilda. Augusta, Martha; 
Burksville Rl New Design Secl9 
OSOa Farmers Tel. Burksville 



Orthwein, Jacob Waterloo R2 Har- 
risonville Sec2 OlOOa (1866) iFarm- 
ers Tel. Madonnaville 

Osick, Adolph H. (Emma LaCroix) 
jCh Oliver, Vernon; Columbia Rl 
Columbia Pre4 Tl30a George La 
Croix (1016) Kinloch Tel. Colum- 
bia 

Osterhage, Emil (Edna Klohr) Ch 
Alice; Waterloo Rl Waterloo Sec7 
Ol40a (ir89) Kinloch Tel. New 
Hanover 

Osterhage, Henry W. (Julia Mehr- 
tens) Ch Clarence, Adelia, Alydia, 
Beulah, Alvin; Waterloo Rl Water- 
loo Sec9 0214a (1874) Farmers Tel. 
New Hanover 

Osterhage, Herman F. (Anne Klohr) 
!Ch Raymond, Laura, Myrtle; 
Waterloo Waterloo Sec3 Ol60a 
(1880) Frrmers Tel. New Han- 
over 

Osterhage, John (Minnie Piepef) Ch 
Vera; "Orchard Park Farm" Col- 
umbia Rl Waterloo Sec5 Ol70a 
(1884) Kinloch Tel. New Hanover 

Osterhage, Louis H. (Minnie C. Jehl- 
ing) Ch Wilbur, Louis Jr.; "Fair- 
view Farm" Waterloo R4 Water- 
loo Sec20 Ol60a (1882) Bell Tel. 
Waterloo 



Pabst. Edward C. (Yetta Ruhl) Ch 
Clarence, Marcella, Lloyd; .Red 
Bud R2 Prairie DuLong Prell 
Tl40a Robert Ruhl (1878) Farmers 
Tel. Hecker 

Pabst, Henry J. (Dora Voges) iCh 
Tillie, Hannah, Clara, Ruth; Red 
Bud R2 Prairie DuLong Pre24 
075a (18G4) 'Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Pape. Herman (Mary S. Hohmeyer) 
Ch Louis, Thomas, Walter, Clar- 
ence, *William, *Henry, ♦George, 
*Emma. *Selma; Valmeyer R2 
Mitchie Sec9 O350a (1859) Farm- 
ers Tel. Mae3'stov/n 

Papenberg, Fred H. (Julia E. Koch) 
Ch Aaron, Victor, Elmer; Red Bud 
R3 Renault Sec26 Ol60a (1887) 
Ames Tel Ames 



Parker. Edward L. (Mary Mentel) 
Ch Paul. Anna. Agnes, Ethel; 
Waterloo R4 Waterloo Sec36 Tl75a 
Alice Brand (1917) Farmers Tel. 
Hecker 

Parker. George W. (Elizabeth Black- 
burn) Ch Mary, Elizabeth, Cle- 
ment, Elmer, Joseph, George; 
Hecker '.'rairie DuLong Pre5 092a 
(1915) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Parrott. Randoloh (Alice Murphy) 
Ch Amos. Vincent, Ardell; Red 
Bud R4 Renault Secl2 Ol40a 
(1863) Ames Tel. Ames 

Parrott. Theodore (Ella Hellmer) 
Red Bud R4 Renault TlSOa George 
Parrott (1894) Ames Tel. Ames 

Patterson. Marv T. Ch Adele Gene- 
vieve, Ro!and; Waterloo Rl Water- 
loo Sec Ol21a (1887) Farmers 
Tel. New Hanover 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNTY 



Paulus, Henry (^lary Mueller) Ch 
Albert, Johanna, *HenTy, ♦Benja- 
min, *Ida; Waterloo R2 Waterloo 
Sec29 Ol84a (1889) Farmers Tel. 
Waterloo 

Payne, Henry D. (Emma Lepp) Ch 
Robert, IRaymond; Columbia Col- 
umbia Pre9 033Ka T66a (1887) 
Kinloch Tel. Columbia 

Pfannebecker, George (Mary Spran- 
kel) Ch Lizzie, *Afary, *Appolona, 
♦George, 'Minnie; Red Bud Prairie 
DuLong Fre31 0247a (1857) 

Pflasterer, George (Ida Felbenstein) 
Ch Arlene; Valmeyer Rl Harrison- 
ville Sec 4 0225a (1877) iFarmers 
& Fou.nain Tel. Valmeyer 

Pflasterer, Peter (Catharine Bicklein) 
Ch Oliver, Floyd; Valmeyer Rl 
Moredock Sec32 OlOOa (1879) 
Farmers & Fountain Tel. Valmeyer 

Pflasterer. William (Lizzie Durrer) 
Gh Henry; Valmeyer R2 Harrison- 
ville Se.x7 Ol04a (1885) (Farmers 
Tel. Valmeyer 

Pflueger, Henry Ch Ernest, August, 
Ted, *Harrv, *Albert, *Ella; 
Red Bud R4 Prairie DuLong Pre29 
OlOOa T20a (1854) Farmers Tel. 
Hecker 

Pfluger, John (Mary Plairy Klamp) 
Ch Harvey, Tillie; BurksvUle Rl 
Kew Design SeclO 078a (1857) 

Pieper, Albert (Freda Heisohn) Ch 
Mildred, Armin; Valmeyer R2 
Harrisonville Sec33 Tl60a Susan- 
na Bickelhaupt (1890) Farmers Tel. 
Valmeyer 

Pieper, Charles (Bertha IRipple- 
meyer) Ch Lilbert, Marcella, 
Olinda; Valmeyer R2 Harrisonville 
Sec20 T70a Fred Pieper (1887) 
Farmers Tel. Valmeyer 

Pieper, Christ (Mamie Reichmann) 
Ch Walter; Columbia Rl More- 
dock Secl2 T340a Henry Fischer 
(1886) Farmers & Fountain Tel. 
New Hanover 

Pieper, Christ (Emma Luhr) Ch 
Norma; Valmeyer Rl Moredock 
Sec28 T260a Jacob Wessel (1894) 
Farmers & Fountain Tel. Val- 
meyer 

Pieper, Henry (Hulda Stumpf) Ch 
Herbert, Ervin, Alois; Waterloo 
Rl Waterloo Secl6 Ol21a Tl56a 
Henry P. Stumpf (1885) Farmers 
Tel. New Hanover 



Pieper, Henry J. (Maggie Berger) 
Ch Oliver, Lily, Sylvester, ♦John; 
Valmeyer R3 Harrisonville Sec9 
Tl25a C. B. Wallace (1864) Farm- 
ers Tel. Valmeyer 

Pieper, Walter (Amanda Mueller) 
Ch Alice; Valmeyer R2 Harrison- 
ville Sec29 Tl20a John Klein (1891) 
Farmers Tel. Valmeyer 

Pottoff, John (Christina Henke) Ch 
Erwin A.; Waterloo R2 Waterloo 

Sec35 O280a (1887) Farmers & 
Fountain Tel. Valmeyer 

Pour, Mrs. Louis (Mary Klinkhardt) 
Ch Oliver, Walter, Loretta, Cecelia, 
♦Clara, ♦Mary; (Red Bud R3 Prairie 
DuLong Prel5 O280a (1861) Farm- 
ers Tel. Hecker 

Powderly, James (Catherine Dwyer 
Ch Stella, John, ♦James, ♦Lula, 
♦Maria, ♦Loretta, ♦William; Red 
Bud R4 Renault Sec9 Ol60a (1859) 
Ames Tel. Ames 

Powderly. William T. (IClara Mur- 
phy) Ch Luella Fults R2 Renault 

Sec7 TlOOa Pat Mays (1893) 

Prange, August (Katie Koch) Ch 

Peter, Hulda, Edna, Albert, Louisa, 
Alvina; Prairie DuRocher Rl Ren- 
ault Secll TieOa Margaret Cullen 
(1872) Farmers Tel. Kidd 

Pr^ge, Gustave (Hulda F. Parrott) 
Ch Adolph, Clarorce, Sophia, Wal- 
ter, Delbert, Bertha, Lyda, Ester, 
Oliver; Prairie DuRocher R2 Ren- 
ault Sec2S Ol21a (1879) Ames Tel. 
Ames 

Pranger, John (Bertha Sprankel) Ch 
Alvin, Delma; Fults Rl fRenault 
Sec32 TieOa Deno Aubuchon (1884) 
Farmers Tel. Fults 

Prescher, Edward (Christena 
Schmetz) Ch Edwin, Tillie, Wal- 
ter, Bertha, Laura, Leona; Prairie 
DuRocher R3 Renault Sec21 O200a 
(1871) Farmers Tel. Renault 

Proctor, Benjamin (Mary A. Burns) 
Ch Alonzo, Leroy, Eva, Myra, 
*Cora; Prairie DuRocher R3 Ren- 
ault Sec33 O80a (1846) Farmers 
Tel. Renault 

Pullen, Arthur (Minnie Sickmier) Ch 
'Floyd; Renault Renault Secl7 
T220a Agnes O'Leary (1877) 



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PRAIRIE PARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Purtle, George (Jessie Cowell) Ch 
Mary, Louella, George, Edna, Clar- 
ence, Russell, Nora, Willard; Red 
Bud R4 Prairie DuLong PreSO 
0229a (1879) Farmers Tel. Hecker 



Purde, Philip J. (Matilda Wagner) 
Ch Adeline, Estella, Viola; Red 
Bud Prairie DuLong Pre32 Ol37a 
(1876) "Farmers Tel. Red Bud 



R 



Rahe, Henry (Helen Moeller) Anna 
Rahe, mother; Valmeyer Rl More- 
dock Sec2 Ol40a (1888) Farmers & 
Fountain Tel. New Hanover 

Rahe, Louis, (Anna Kraft) Ch Viola 
Waterloo R2 Moredock Secl4 
T98a Fred Meyer, Sr. (1889). 

Rahn, Mrs. Henry (Mary Geiger) Ch 
Gus. Oscar, Willie, Henry *Otto, 
*Phillip, *Aman'da, *Viola, Red 
Bud R2 Prairie Du Long Pre28 
O80a (1857) Farmers Tel Prairie. 

Rahn, Otto (Ernestine Kraemer) Ch 
Richard Red Bud R2 Prairie Du 
Long Pre27 Tl30a Frank Homrig- 
hausen (1887) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Rahn, Wendlel (Matilda Wagner) Ch 
Emma, Ellnora; Red Bud R4 
Renault Secl2 OSOa (1873) Farm- 
ers Tel Ames. 

Raithel, George (Lena Ferkel) Ch 
Daniel, *Elizabeth, *Mary, *Katie; 
Columbia Ra Columbia Pre27 O50a 
(1846). 

Ramsey, ifrs. Robert. (Effie Wil- 
liams) Ch Earl, Roy, Robert, Jen- 
nie, Bonnie, James, Alice, Charles, 
Ray, Emily *Lottie *Mary, Myrtle, 
♦Gladys; Columbia Rl Columbia 
Pre 7 Tl60a Albert Divers (1917) 
Kinloch Tel Columbia. 

Rankin, William (Viola Crook) Ch 
Burksville Rl New Design Sec8 
O40a (1874) Farmers /Tel Waterloo 

Rapp, Ralph (Adelina iCowell) Ch 
Sarah, Mabel, Rex, Yvo, Yvonne; 
Waterloo R4 Prairie Du Long Pre8 
0144a (1875) Farmers Tel Hecker. 

Rausch, Julius H. (Mary Pabst) Ch 
Marjorie; Red Bud R2 Prairie Du 
Long Pre3 Ol63a (1876) Farmers 
Tel Hecker. 

Reagan, James (Matilda Laughlin) 
Ch Raymond, Thomas, Mary, Mar- 
garet, Sylvester; Burksville Rl 
New Design Sec22 Tl60a Mary 
Rahn and William Gergens (1879) 



Reagen, William, (Susan Deitrich) 
Ch Florence, Austin, Ellen, Victor; 
Burksville Rl New Design Secl4 
Ol80a (1874) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Reed, John C. (Cora Proctor) Ch Ben, 
Delia, Clara; Red Bud R4 Renault 
Secl6 O200a (1873). 

Reger, William (Mary Wilde) Ch 
Elizabeth, Helen, Vera; Columbia 
Rl Columbia Pre22 073a (1883) 
Kinloch Tel Columbia. 

Reh, Conrad (Louisa Loewe) Ch 
Irene; Waterloo R2 Moredock 
Secl3 Tll2a John Reh (1885) Far- 
mers & Fountain Tel New Hano- 
ver. 

Reheis, John (Louisa Fauss) Ch 
Fred, Peter, William, Edwin, Hil- 
'da; Waterloo R4 Waterloo Sec 36 
Ol29a (1859) Farmers Tel Hecker. 

Reheis, Peter (Melissa A. Brand) Ch 
Anna, Jacob, Walter; Waterloo R4 
Waterloo Sec 36 O401a (1867) Far- 
mers Tel Hecker. 

Rehg Henry (Mary Doerr) Ch Em- 
ma, Irvin, Esther; Columbia Rl 
Columbia Pre24W Ol39a (1874) 
Kinloch Tel. Columbia 

Rehling, Alphonso (Florence Ja»des) 
Valmeyer Rl Moredock Sec29 
T215a Henry Rehling (1898) Farm- 
ers & Fountain Tel. Valmeyer. 

Rehling, Henry (Margaret Niemann) 
Ch Minnie, Emma, Amos, Rodella, 
Ernst, *Anna, *Alphonse; "Salt 
Point Farm" Waterloo R2 Har- 
risonville Sec2 0462a (1864) Far- 
mers & Fountain Tel Waterloo. 

Rehling Louis N. (Ida Pflasterer) Ch 
William; Waterloo R2 Moredock 
Sec28 0245a (1875) Farmers & 
Fountain Tel Valmeyer. 

Rehling, William A. (Caroline Gar- 
leb) Ch William, Jr., Gertrude; 
Valmeyer Rl Moredock Sec 28 
Tl70a W. E. Eilbracht (1887) Far- 
mers & Fountain Tel Valmeyer. 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNTY 



Rcichert, Adam V. (Anna Kosbuba) 
Ch Elmer, Edward, Wilburt, Isa- 
dora, Jacob, Thomas, Adam, Pearl;, 
Columbia Rl Columbia Pre25W 
088a Tl50a Mrs. Neimeier (1878) 
Kinloch Tel Columbia. 

Reichert, Harry (Myrtle Ramsey) Ch 
Virginia, Francis; Columbia Rl 
Columbia Pre28 T90a Theodore 
Weber (1897) Kinloch Tel New 
Hanover. 

Reichert, John J. (Etta Juergens) Ch 
Luella, Irene; Columbia Rl Colum- 
bia Pre 5 T40a Ben Urke (1899) 
Kinloch Tel Columbia. 

Reichmann, Henry (Julia Scheive) 
Valmeyer Rl Moredock Sec 4 
Tl06a Kuze & Neimeier (1881) 
Farmers & Fountain Tel New 
Hanover. 

Reichmann, William (Mary Roth) 
Ch Emma, Walter .Valmeyer Rl 
Moredock SeclO TSOa Lena Rose 
(1886) Farmers & Fountain Tel 
New Hanover. 

Reid, James (Julia Tansey) Ch Wil- 
lie, Jr., James, Jr., Michael, Mary; 
Red Bud R4 Renault Sec20 Tl60a 
William Reid (1876). 

Reid, Thomas (Sarah Murphy) Ch 
Eugene; Prairie Du Rocher R3 
Renault Sec29 Tla John Donius 
(1870). 

Reid, William (Julia Welsh) Ch 
♦Thomas, *John, *Roff, *James, 
^Maggie, Mary; Red Bud R4 Ren- 
ault Secl7 O400a (l855) Farmers 
Tel Renault. 

Reifel, Henry (Lora Henry) Ch 
Harry, Mildred, May, Pearl; Red 
Bud R3 Renault Sec25 OlSOa 
(1871) Ames Tel Ames. 

Reifel, Phillip (Mary Whittaker) Ch 
Edwards *George, *Henry; "Wal- 
nut Grove Farm" Prairie Du Roch- 
er R2 Renauh Sec 3S Ol60a (1850) 
Ames Tel Ames. 

Reinhold, Lawrence (Anna Krebel) 
iCh William, Leo, Lawrence, Lena, 
Irene, *Elizabeth, Anna, George; 
Fults Rl Renault Secl9 Tl70a 
Demint & Hardy (1885) Farmers 
Tel Maeystown. 

Rettinghouse, Robert (Emma Lip- 
pert) Ch Alonzo, George; Hecker 
Prairie Du Long Sec28 Tl32a A. P. 
Rettinghouse (1865) Farmers Tel 
Hecker. 



Rey. Chas (Emma Koch) Ch Bertha, 
Veranna, Oliver, Irvin, Raymond, 
Alois, *Minnie, *Lulu; Columbia 
R2 iColumbia Pre 32 OCOOa (1864) 
Kinloch Tel Columbia. 

Rey, George, (Katharine Arres) Ch 
Arthur, Albert, Luella; Valmeyer 
Rl Moredock Sec2 078a (1870) 
Farmers & Fountain Tel New 
Hanover. 

Rick, Peter (Katie Toenjes) Ch Hel- 
en, Edna; Burksville Rl New De- 
sign Secl8 160a Frank Toenjes 
(1881) Harrisonville Tel. Waterloo 

Rickert, Andrew Ch Arthur, Etta, 
Frances, *Laura, *George, *Jos- 
eph, *Lucy, *May, *Gertrud'e; 
"Plain View Stock Farm" Burks- 
ville Rl New Design Sec32 Ol60a 
Farmers Tel Burksville. 

Rickert, George (Gertrude Crook) Ch 
Edward, George; Burksville Rl 
New Design Sec32 Tl60a Joseph 
Rickert (1884) Farmers Tel. 
Burksville 

Rickert, Joseph (Isabel iCrook) Ch 
Evelyn; Burksville Rl New Design 
Sec28 T246a W. E. Crook (1886) 
Farmers Tel Burksville. 

Riebling, George C. (Eva Schnieder) 
Ch Mildred; Columbia Rl Colum- 
bia Pre33 T60a Mrs. Charles Rieb 
ling (1893) Kinloch Tel Columbia. 

Riebling, William A. (Barbara Berg- 
man) Ch Wilma; Columbia Rl 
Columbia Pre 18 TllOa George 
Jung (1891) Kinloch Tel Columbia. 

Riechmann, George (Lulu Kruse) Ch 
Oliver, Elmer; Valmeyer Rl More- 
dock Seen Tl20a Alex Schmid Est 
(1893) Farmers & Fountain Tel 
New Hanover. 

Riechmann, Martin (Anna Kruse) Ch 
Alvin; Valmeyer Rl Moredock 
SeclO T80a Mrs. August Weimel 
(1891) Farmers & Fountain Tel 
New Hanover. 

Ries, John (Lizzie Wink) Ch Thom- 
as, 'Charles, Edwin, Raymond; Co- 
lumbia R2 Columbia Pre28 OSOa 
(1869) Kinloch Tel Columbia. 

Ries, Louis (Lulu Schuchardt) Ch 
Viola, Flora, Dorothy, Leona; Col- 
umbia R2 Columbia Pre21 T80a 
Thomas Ries (1888) Kinloch Tel 
Columbia. 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Rinkel, Charles (Kate Heiesohn) Ch 
Dorothy, Bertha, Adam, Lillian, 
Raymond; Waterloo R2 'Moredock 
Sec27 044 l-2a (1879) Farmers & 
Fountain TePValmeyer. 

Rippelmeyer, Albert J. (Katie Box- 
meyer) Ch Florence, Elmer; Wat- 
erloo R5 Bluff Secl2 Tll8a Louis 
Kolmer (1885) Harrisonville Tel 
Waterloo. 

Rippelmeyer, August E. (Amy Dur- 
fee) Ch Hulda, Sylvester, ♦Ray- 
mond, *Urban; Valmeyer R2 Mit- 
chie Sec5 Ol85J/^a Mary Cline and 
A. E. Rippelmeyer (1875)' Farmers 
Tel. Maeystown 

Rippelmeyer, Emil C. Waterloo R4 
Waterloo Sec29 TSOa Charles Rip- 
pelmeyer (1888) Farmers Tel Wa- 
terloo. 

Rippelmeyer, Fred W. (Catherine 
Hammer) Ch Sadie, Lena, Armin, 
Lucile, Alice, Katie; Valmeyer R2 
Harrisonville Sec33 Tl25a Wm. 
Feldmeier (1868) Farmers Tel. Val- 
meyer. 

Rippelmeyer, Mrs. Mary . (Mary 
Kauffmann) Ch Louis, Clarence, 
Elsie, Pauline, Arnold, *Lizzie,*Fre- 
da, *Lorena; Valmeyer R2 Mitchie 
SeclO Tl60a Charles Maeyer (1871) 
Farmers Tel Maeystown. 

Rippelmeyer, Raymond (Selma Pape) 
Ch Russel; Valmeyer R2 Mitchie 
SeclO T98a John Klein (1896) Far- 
mers Tel Maeystown. 

Rippelmeyer, Sylvester (Lena Ham- 
mer) Ch Priscilla, Floyd, John, 
Sylvia, Irvin, Olivia; Valmeyer R2 
Harrisonville Sec33 TllOa Susanna 
Bickelhaupt (1873) Farmers Tel. 
Valmeyer. 

Rippelmeyer, William (Louisa Ham- 
mer) Ch Emma, William, Veva, Ar- 
thur, Luella, Matilda, *Bertha, Al- 
bert; Valmeyer R2 Harrisonville 
Sec20 TllOa John Klein (1870) 
Farmers Tel Valmeyer. 

Rippen, William (Mary Woll) Ch 
Lydia; Fults Renault Sec3S T202a 
John Heller (1853) Farmers Tel 
Renault. 

Rist, John (Edna Gregson) Ch Mil- 
dred; Red Bud R4 Prairie Du Long 
Prel9 Tl20a Elizabeth Becker 
(1889) Farmers Tel Hecker. 

Ritter, August Columbia Columbia 
PrellW T75a George Wilson 
(1878) 



Ritter, Joe M. (Amanda Branch). Ch 
Josephine; Colimibia Rl Columbia 
Pre 23W Tl50a Jacob Miller (1870) 

Ritzel, Edwin W. (Lorean Macke) 
Ch Vernon; Waterloo R3 Waterloo 
Secl9 Tl32a William Ritzel (1896) 
Bell Tel ^Vaterloo. 

Ritzel, Levi C. (Theresa Stumpf) Ch 
"City Limit Farm" Waterloo R3 
Waterloo Secl9 T95a William Rit- 
zel (1897) Bell Tel. Waterloo 

Ritzel, Philip (Caroline Sparwasser) 
George, Anna, Henry, Ida, Tillie, 
August, *Fred; Valmeyer Ra Har- 
risonville Secl6 Tl64a Demint & 
Hardy (1861) Farmers Tel Val- 
meyer. 

Robertson, William R. (Harriet J. 
Menard) Ch *Laura, *May, *Pearl; 
Renault Renault Sec6S O80a (1862) 
Farmers Tel Reuault. 

Rodlenburg, Henry (Caroline Fauss) 
Ch Thecdore, Otto, Henry,*Armin, 
*Emily; Fults R2 Renault Sec2 
O80a Farmers Tel. Maeystown 

Rodenburg, John G. (Caroline Nott- 
meier) Ch Walter, Mary, Otto, 
Hulda, George, Clara, Olga, Ervin, 
Alvin; Fults R2 Renault Sec6 
O206a (1877) Farmers Tel. Renault 

Roesemeier, Louis (Sophia Schna- 
ple) Ch Arthur, Ahna, Oscar, Leo- 
na, Louis, *August, tOtto Red Bud 
Ra Prairie Du Long Pre35 Tl72a 
Conradi Schnaple (1860) Farmers 
Tel Prairie. 

Roever, George J. (Minnie Sutter) Ch 
Leona, Monroe, Louis, Bertha, 
George, Elvira; "Fred Roever Sr. 
Homestead" Fults Rl Renault 
SeclO Tl40a Fred Roever Sr. (1878) 
Farmers Tel. Maeystown 

Roever, Henry (Emma Stock) iCh 
Oscar, Otto, Wesley, Olga, Hulda, 
Alma; "Lake Farm" Fults Rl Ren- 
ault Sec9 063a Tl60a Fred Roever 
Sr. (1871) Farmers Tel. Maeystown 

Roever, Louis (Barbara Lerch) Ch 
Golda, Frieda; Maeystown Mitchie 
Sec3l Tl40a Nicholas Welsch 
(1873) Farmers Tel Maeystown. 

Roever, William, Jr. (Bertha Hoeffel) 
Ch Virginia, Richard; Valmeyer R2 
Harrisonville Sec29 T80a William 
Roever, Sr. (1891) Farmers Tel 
Valmeyer. 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS. MONROE COUNTY 



Roider, Anton (Mary Gaitsch) Ch 
Matilda; Red Bud R4 New Design 
Sec25 Tl20a Adolph Gaitsch (1880) 
Harrisonville Tel Red Bud. 
Roider, Peter (Matilda Yackle) Ch 
Anton, Luella; Red Bud R2 Prairie 
Du Long Pre24 OlOOa (1887) Far- 
mers Tel Hecker. 
Roscow, Arthur J. (Felicia Staufen- 
biel) Ch Evelyn, Raymond, Wil- 
fred, Reta; Red Bud R4 Prairie Du 
Long Prel9 T297a Martha Roscow 
(1881) Farmers Tel Hecker. 
Roscow, Mrs. Jofeph (Martha Mc- 
Quillan) iCh Mary, Ruth, Stella, 
Noel, *Arthur; "Homestead Farm" 
Red Bud R2 Prairie Du Long Prel7 
0656a (1852) Farmers Tel. Hecker 
Rosenberg, Henry C. Jr., (Effie Da- 
vis) Ch Marvin, Marvelle; Red Bud 
R3 Renault Sec24 Tl20a Henry W. 
Rosenburg (1892) Ames. Tel. Ames 
Rosenberg, Henry W. (Thresa M. 
Wagner) iCh Walter, Charlie, 
♦Herman, *Henry; Redl Bud R3 
Renault Secl4-24 O400a (1858) 
Ames Tel Ames. 
Rjosenberg, Herman (Grace Jen- 
nings) Red Bud R3 Renault Sec24 
T80a Thomas Jennings (1889) 
Rowald, Ernest (Annie Brand) Ch 
Emma, Tillie, Edward, Olga; Red 
Bud R2 Prairie Du Long Pre 2 
Tl40a George Homxighausen 
(1915) Farmers Tel. Hecker 
Rubemeyer, Fred (Louisa Washau- 
sen) Ch Elsie, Edna; Valmeyer Rl 
Moredock Secl5 069a (1872). 
Ruby, Oliver (Esther Heidger) Ch 
Lois, Jerome Valmeyer Rl Harris- 
onville Sec6 Tl24a Stephen Mc- 
Cormick (1893) Farmers Tel Val- 
meyer. 
Ruby, William V. (Dora Durker) Ch 
Hugo, Vincent Valmeyer Rl More- 
dock Sec31 Tl02a Alice Bettis 
(1888) 
Rueck, Henry (Ida Roth) "Cloverdale 
Stock Farm" Waterloo Rl Water- 
loo Secl7 T70a Roth Bros. (1897) 



^H^f^U ^^^^St C. (Mary Braun) 
Red Bud R2 Prairie Du Long Pre 
27 T200a Mary Rueffer (1889) Far- 
mers Tel. Hecker 

Ruff, William, (Clara Boehne) Ch 
Richard, Esther, Ruth, Luella; 
Waterloo Rs Bluff SeclO T65a 
Anna Ruff (1884) Farmers Tel 
Waterloo 

^'^'..P^i^ip (Catherine Schultz) Ch 
Emil, John; *WiMiam, *Maggie 
♦Jacob New Athens Rl Prairie Du 
Long Sec6E Ol38a (1856) Farmers 
Tel Hecker. 

Ruhl, William P. (Martha Huber) Ch 
Oliver, Myrtle; New Athens Rl 

i>i^u-^ tPV, ^°"S Sec6E Tl20a 
Phillip Ruhl (1884) Farmers Tel 
Hecker. 

Rusteberg, Fr«J (Maggie Crowder) 
^ii Leona, Edna, Emmett, Roy: 
Valmeyer Rl Moredock Sec9 Tl25a 
Fred Rusteberg Sr. (i884) Farm- 
ers & Fountain Tel. Valmeyer 

Rusteberg, Fred, ^r.. (Emma Meyer) 
Ch Erwin, Raymond; Valmeyer Rl 
Moredock Sees 02i7a (1866) Far- 
mers & Fountain Tel Valmeyer 

Rusteberg Henry A. (Caroline Ahl- 
^^!"^) Ch Philip, Herman. Louts, 
Ellanora, ♦Fred, *Henry, ♦William 
♦George, ♦Emma; Waterloo RS 
^jf^ ,P^^'?" S^<^12 Ol60a Tl60a 
Wm. C. Friedricks (1860) Harrison- 
ville Tel. Waterloo 

Rusteberg, Mrs. Lena (Lena Acker) 
Ch John; ♦Henry, ♦Charles; Water- 
loo R3 Moredock Sec25 0224a 
(1855) Farmers & Fountain Tel 
Waterloo. 

Rusteberg. Wm. C. (Adele Jehling) 
Waterloo R2 Waterloo Sec6 Tl20a 
Henry Rusteberg (1889) Farmers 
Tel Waterloo. 
Ryan, Christopher (Mary Faherty) 
Ch Mary, Matthew, ♦Margaret, 
♦Daniel, ♦Mamie, ♦Winifred Prai- 
rie Du Rocher R3 Renault Sec33 
O240a (1892) Farmers Tel Renault. 



Samson, Andrew (Lotty Sickmeier) 
Ch Lizzie, Banard, Richard; Prairie 
Du Rocher Rl Renault Secl5 T90a 
Bulla McNabb (1911) 



Samson, Antone B. (Lizzie Sick- 
meier) Ch William, Annie, Tillie; 
Red Bud R4 Renault Sec4 Tl60a 
Joseph Harsey (1907). 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S (RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Sander, Andrew H. (Annie Glanzer) 
Ch Florence; Columbia R2 Colum- 
bia Pre34 TllOa iChristopher San- 
der (1886) Kinloch Tel Columbia. 

Sander, Christopher (Frances Schuf- 
fer) Ch Christina, Theodo'-e, Chris- 
topher, Ida, *Andrew, *Edward; 
Columbia R2 Columbia Pre34 O390a 
(1859) Kinloch Tel iColumb-"a. 

Sander, Ekiwafd (Lottie Lutzel- 
schwab) Ch Edna, Frieda; Colum- 
bia Rl Columbia Pre 34 Tl20a 
Christian Sander (1888) Kinloch 
Tel New Hanover. 

Sauer, George (Jessie Gregson) Ch 
Red Bud R4 Columbia Pre30 052a 
T40a (1852) Farmers Tel Hecker. 

Sauer, Martin, Red Bud R4 Prairie 
Du Long Pre30 066a (1864) Far- 
mers Tel Hecker 

Schad, Charles H. (Ida Schack) Ch 
Loretta, Milton; Columbia R2 Col- 
umbia Pre29 O60a (1883) Kinloch 
Tel Columbia. 

Schadt John (Mary Moehrs) Ch Paul, 
Edwin, Walter; Red Bud Prairie 
Du Long Pre31 O200a (1871) Far- 
mers Tel Red Bud. 

Schalcher, Jacob (Maggie Neibert) 
Ch Tillie, Elsit, Albert; Valmeyer 
Rl Harrisonville Sec5 T88a Henry 
Sensel (1880) 

Schalfer, Charles (Elizabeth Muel- 
ler) Ch Amanda, Sina, Emil, Frieda 
Adele, Anna; Waterloo R2 Water- 
loo Sec33 Ol60a (1867) Farmers 
Tel Waterloo. 

Schaefer, Daniel (Hilda Nagel) Ch 
Vernon- Valmeyer R2 Harrisonville 
SeclO T230a Schaefer Est. (1890) 
Farmers & Fountain Tel Valmeyer. 

Schaefer, William (Katie Stumpf) Ch 
Clarence, Laverta, Herbert; Val- 
meyer Rl Moredock Secl9 TllOa 
George Hartman (1884) Farmers 
& Fountain Tel Valmeyer. 

Schallom, Peter J. (Carrie O. Danne- 
hald) Ch Raymond, Viola; Colum- 
bia R2 Waterloo Sec5 TSOa Charles 
Schallom (1886) Farmers Tel. 
Waterloo 

Schatte, August (Caroline Boersch) 
Ch Arlu; Maeystown Mitchie Secl4 
Tl20a Magdalena Schatte (1885) 
Farmers Tel Maeystown. 



Scheibe, Max (Katie Brandt) Ch 
Matilda, Walter, Ardelia, Max, Jr. 
Fred; Valmeyer R2 Harrisonville 
Sec34 Tl60a Mary Paulter (1882) 
Farmers Tel Valmeyer. 

Schellhardt, Fred (Katie Herscen- 
roeder) Ch Albert, Fred, Pauline, 
Arlo, *Gustave, * Arnold; Valmeyer 
Moredock Sec34 TlSOa R. L. Erd 
(1859) Farmers & Fountain Tel. 
Valmeyer 

Schellhardt, Theodore (Louisa Lud- 
wig) Ch Emil.^Elenora, Sadie, 
Oscar, *Jacob, *Otto, *Annie, 
♦Freda; Valmeyer Rl Moredock 
Secl5 Tll5a Mary Talbott (1865) 
Farmers & Fountain Tel. New 
Hanover 

Schewe, Fred (Louisa Jahr) Ch Fred 
Matilda, Elmer, Esther Waterloo 
R3 Waterloo Sec23 Ol62a (1864) 
Farmers Tel Waterloo. 

Schewe, William (Pauline Hurh) Ch 
•Emil, Lydia, Erwin, William, Hilda, 
Carl, Raymond; Waterloo R3 
Waterloo Sec22 0358a (1871) 
Farmers Tel. New Hanover 

Schieferstein, Mrs. Amelia (Amelia 
Mick) Waterloo R5 Bluff Secl2 
Oll6a (1891) Harrisonville Tel. 
Waterloo 

Schiller Bros. Ann M. Schiller, 
mother; Valmeyer R2 Harrisonville 
Secl5 Tl40a Emma Dalkerb and 
Minnie Gaertner (1872) Farmers & 
Fountain Tel Valmeyer. 

Schilling, Francis (Clara Nepp) Wa- 
terloo R4 New Design Secl2 T226a 
Peter Schilling (1891) Farmers Tel 
Hecker. 

Schilling, George H. (Lena K. Ben- 
edict) Ch .\nna, Caroline, Edna, 
Martha, Benjamin; Waterloo R4 
Waterloo Sec36 Oll6a (1872) 
Farmers Tel. Hecker. 

Schilling, Joachim (Anna Murphy) 
Ch Emil, Omer, Agnes; "Maple 
Grain Farm" Burksville Rl New 
Design Sec27 O201a (1875) Har- 
risonville Tel Red Bud. 

Schilling, Joseph H. (Apolonia Nepp) 
Ch Alfred, George, Edward, 
Charles, Bertha, Lena, Frances, 
♦Stella. *Elizabeth; Waterloo R4 
New Design Seel Ol60a (1867) 
Farmers Tel. Hecktr 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNTY 



Schilling, Peter (Catherine Mosbach- 
er) Ch Louisa, AfKjlonia, *Mary, 
*Lizzie, *Ella, *Frank; Waterloo 
R4 Prairie Du Long Pre? O220a 
(1856) Farmers Tel Hecker. 

Schleifcr, Henry W. (Lizzie Hin- 
richs) Ch Clarence; Renault Ren- 
ault Sec32 Tl60a Nellie Bostwick 
(1886) Farmers Tel Renault, 

Schleifer, John (Anna Rodenburg) 
Ch Otto, *Enista, *Henry, *Lena, 
♦Anna, *Becca, *Emma; Prairie Du 
R'ocher R3 Renault Sec33 O80a 
(1852) Farmers Tel Renault. 

Schlemmer, George (Laura Divers) 
Ch George, Elmer, *Grover, ♦Ho- 
mer, *Judith, *Anna; Columbia R2 
Columbia Pre21 OSOa (1863) Kin- 
loch Tel. Columbia 

Schlemmer, W. H. (Lenora Ritter) 
Valmeyer Rl Moredock Secl4 Tl65a 
J. W. Warnock (1888) 

Schligel, Barthel (Louise Doettling) 
iCh Clara, Edwin, William, Anth- 
-ony, Frederick, *Lulu, *Elsa "Val- 
ley Farm" Columbia Rl Columbia 
PreSO 092a T65a (1860) Kinloch 
Tel Columbia. 

Schmieg, John (Anna Bestmann) Ch 
Arthur, William, Charles, Harry, 
Maggie, Florence, *John, *Mairy 
♦Minnie, *Christ, *Henry, *George; 
Prairie Du Rocher Rl Renault 
Secl5 T200a Conrad Kolmer (1862) 
Farmers Tel Renault. 

Schmidt, Balser (Mary Stemmler) Ch 
George, William, *John, *Herman, 
♦Katie, ♦Elizabeth, ♦Henry,- ♦Mar- 
garet; Waterloo R3 Waterloo Sec22 
O320a (1864) Farmers Tel. New 
Hanover 

Schmidt, Casper (Amelia Reichmann) 
Ch Ella, Albert, Clara, Erma, 'Mil- 
dred; Valmeyer Rl; Moredock 
Secl6 T80a Henry Wessel (1881-) 

Schmidt, Ediward W, (Annie Schuler) 
Ch Clemens, Margaret, Hilda, Ray- 
mond; Columbia R2 Columbia 
Pre35 Tl90a Charles Schuler (1877) 
Kinloch Tel Columbia. 

Schmidt, Fred H. (Iva Werneck) Ch 
Harold, Virginia; Prairie Du Ro- 
cher R3 Renault Sec5 T95a Barbara 
Merlembach (1918) Ames Tel. 
Ames. 



Schmidt, George (Lizzie Nerthenns) 
Ch William, Charles, Erwin, El- 
mer, Arthur, Clarence, Olivia, Em- 
ma, Louisa, ♦Freda, ♦Elsie; Val- 
meyer Rl Moredock Sec2 T200a 
John Eitman (1869) Farmers & 
Fountain Tel New Hanover. 

Schmidt, Henry (Lena Binkle) Ch 
Raymond, Eldora, Ella; Red Bud 
R2 Prairie Du Long Pre 23 O40a 
(1869) Farmers Tel Hecker. 

Schmidt, Henry (Matilda Kraft) Wa- 
terloo R3 Waterloo Sec21 T320a 
Balser Schmidt (18P2). 

Schmidt, Henry T. (Margaret Schu- 
ler) Ch Arthur, Urban, Alois, Vir- 
ginia, Elinore, Roy "Schuler Farm" 
Columbia 'R2 Columbia Pre 36 
O40a T230a Charles Schuler (1878) 
Kinloch Tel. Columbia 

Schmidt, Jacob (Becca S. Roden- 
burg) Ch Jacob, Mayme, Tillie,Wal- 
ter, Theodore, Albert, ♦Fred, ♦Ju- 
lia; Prairie Du Rocher R3 Renault 
Sec4 O80a (1874) Ames Tel Ames, 

Schmidt, John (Minnie Rehling) Ch 
Alma, Ida; ♦John L., ♦Fred W. 
♦Oscar, ♦Lottie; Valmeyer R2 
Harrisonville Sec20 T200a Good- 
man Est (1864) Farmers Tel Val- 
meyer. 

Schmidt, Philip E. (Barbara Hoff- 
mann) Ch Charles, Louisa, Emma; 
Prairie Du Rocher R3 Renault 
Sec34 Tl20a Demint & Hardy 
1882 Farmers Tel Renault. 

Schmidt, William (Augusta Hoff- 
mann) Ch Catharine; Fults Ren- 
ault Sec34 Tl20a Demint & Hardy 
(1893) Farmers Tel Renault. 

Schmitz, Mrs. Catherine (Catherine 
Diedrich) Ch John, ♦Christina, An- 
na, ♦Henry, ♦George; Prairie Du 
Rocher R3 Renault Sec28 Ol20a 
(1859) Farmers Tel Renault. 

Schmitz, William (Minnie Meyer) Ch 
Tilly, Eleanora, Irene, Arlena, Red 
Bud R4 Renault Sec20 Tl60a Cath- 
erme Schmitz (1879) Farmers Tel. 
Renault 

Schneider, August (Setta Ferkel) Ch 
Edward, Adam, Ernest, Amanda, 
Cora. ♦Eva, ♦Lena; Columbia R2 
Columbia Pre27 OllOa (1870) 

Schneider, Mrs. Charles (Matilda 
Grosse) Ch Edward, Oswald, 
Hilda; Columbia Rl Columbia 
Prel7 OllOa (1865) Kinloch Tel, 
Columbia 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Schneider, Daniel (Mary Oexner) Gh 
Aloysius, Sylvester, Daniel J., 
Leona; Waterloo R3 Waterloo 
Secl5 T80a Carolina Oexner (1875) 
Farmers Tel. New Hanover 

Schneider, Edward C. CGertrude 
Kroll) Ch Emma; Waterloo IR5 
New Design Sec7 Tl46a Emma 
Schneider Harrisonville Tel. 
Waterloo 

Schneider, Frederick . W. (Lena 
Greser) Ch Wilhemma, Matilda, 
Charles, Cornelius, *Maggie, 
♦Amelia, ♦Bertha; Waterloo Rl 
Waterloo Sec20 O400a (1863) Far- 
mers Tel. New Hanover 

Schneider. John G. (Anna Weisen- 
born) Gh John P., ♦Kate, *Lena, 
♦Fred; Valmeyer Rl 'Harrisonville 
Sec5 TllOa E. F. Schorning (1852) 
Farmers & Fountain Tel. Val- 
meyer 

Schneider. John N. (Katherine 
Kachner) Ch ♦Lollie, *Anna; 
Waterloo R4 New Design SeclO 
Ol20a (1863) Harrisonville Tel. 
Waterloo 

Schneider. Nicholas (Anna Bedecker) 
Ch Freda, Emma, Charles, 
♦Matilda, ♦Louisa, ♦Anna; Val- 
meyer R3 Mitchie Sees T260a 
Demint and Hardy (1874) Farmers 
Tel. Maevstown 

Schneider. Philip E. (Lena Gummer- 
sheimer) Ch Erv'in, Clarence, Edna, 
Raymond, Flopence; Columbia Rl 
Columbia Pre27 OSOa (1883) Kin- 
loch TeL New Hanover 

Schnieder, August F. Columbia Rl 
Columbia Pre33 O80a (1886) Kin- 
loch Tel. New Hanover 

Schnieder. John L. (Carrie Siep) Ch 
Arthur; Columbia Rl Columbia 
Prel7 OllOa (1869) Kinloch Tel. 
Columbia 

Schnellbecker, Mrs. Elizabeth Ch 
Fred, Carolina, ♦Elizabeth; Water- 
loo R2 Waterloo Sec31 Ol26a 
(1856) Farmers Tel. Waterloo 

Schnellbecker. William (Elsie 
Meyer) Peter Schnellbecker, 
brother; Valmeyer Rl Moredock 
Sec22 T205a Mrs. Henry Jobusch 
(1880) Farmers & Fountain Tel. 
New Hanover 

Schnepel, Ferdinand Ch Ferdinand 
Jr.; Red Bud R2 Prairie DuLong 
Pre36 T200a Conrad Schnepel 
(1869) Farmers Tel. Prairie 



Schnepel, Henry (Matilda Winkel- 
manta) Ch Esther; Red Bud R2 
Prairie DuLong Pre25 T216a Fred 
Wicklien (1911) ^Farmers Tel. 
Prairie 

Schnepel, Louis (Amanda Hentis) 
Ch Melba; Red Bud R2 Prairie 
DuLong Pre27 T220a Gus Wilhems 
(1916) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Schoenborn, Mrs. Elizabeth (Eliza- 
beth Schwartz) Ch Edward, Alois, 
Emelia. Bertha, William, Ella, 
Regenia, ♦Teresa, ♦Pauline, ♦Tillie; 
Waterloo R4 Prairie DuLong 
Secl9 Ol2Ca (1874) Floraville Tel. 
Floraville 

Schoenborn, John (Anna Roth) .Ch 
Mary, Barbara, Lizzie, Ida, Rosa, 
Lena, Dora, Anna, Jacob, Louis, 
John; Waterloo R3 Prairie DuLong 
Secl9 O80a Farmers Tel. Flora- 
ville 

Scholdt, Philip (Katie Heller) Ch 
Vera, Dora; Fults R2 Renault 
Sec24 Tl75a John Heller (1889) 
Farmers Tel. Renault 

Schort, John (Apolonia Steppig) Ch 
Alvin, Eldon, Albert, Oliver; Col- 
umbia R2 Columbia Pre20 Ol6j4a 
T200a (1870) Kinloch Tel. Colum- 
bia 

Schrader, Henry W. (Lena Meyer) 
Gh Erwin, Oswald, Evelyn; "Cedar 
Hill Farm" Waterloo Rl Waterloo 
Sec5 O70a (1873) Kinloch Tel. 
New Hanover 

Schraeder,. Anton (Anna Hoppe) Ch 
Ludwig, Edwin, Hilda; Valmeyer 
Rl Moredock Sec3 T88a Ida Kett- 
ler) (1869) 'Farmers & Fountain 
Tel. New Hanover 

Schraeder, William (Margaret Huch) 
Ch Louis, Christina, Herman, Ella; 
Valmeyer Rl Columbia Pre34W 
Ol40a (1862) Kinloch Tel. Col- 
umbia 

Schreder, August (Louise StefFens) 
Fults Rl Renault SeclS Jacob 
Huenerfouth (1878) Maeystown 
Tel. Maeystown 

Schroeder, Herman Columbia Rl 

Columbia Pre30 TlSOa Emma Rey 
(1892) Kinloch Tel. Columbia 

Schroth, Henry (Mnry Hertlefn) Ch 
Henry, Henrietta, Elsie, George, 
Anne, Hilda; "Fountain Creek 
Milk Farm" Waterloo R2 Water- 
loo Sec28 Ol20a (1860) Farmers 
Tel. Waterloo 



176 



FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNTY 



Schuchardt, Fred (Martha Schnack) 
Ch Adelia, Charles, Esther, Helen; 
Valmeyer Rl Moredock Sec4 Tl30a 
Kunz and Niemeier (1872) Far- 
mers & Fountain Tel. New Han- 
over 

Schuelling, Theodore (Maggie Milen- 
bach) Preiirie DuRocher R3 Ren- 
ault SeclOS Ol50a (1884) 

Schuette, William F, Waterloo 
Waterloo Sec28 OlOOa (1860) 
Farmers Tel. Waterloo 

Schulthers, Anton (Louise Mueller) 
Ch Otto, Fred, Leo, George, Elsie, 
Raymond; Prairie DuRocher Rl 
Renault Secl5 Tl25a H. Nottmier 
(1881) Farmers Tel. Renault 

Schwarze. Fred E. (Lulu Taarke) 
Ch Luella, Ardelle; Waterloo R2 
Moredock Sec23 Ol04a (1884) Far- 
mers & Fountain Tel. Valmeyer 

Schweickhardt, Leonard (Elizabeth 
Sohlemmer) Ch Albert, Adolph, 
Leonard Jr., Raymond; Vadmeyer 
R3 Harrisonville Sec21 Tl75a 
Demint and Hardy (1860) Farmers 
Tel. Valmeyer 

Seibert George & Philip (Lena 
Koch) Ch Freida, Luella, Albert, 
Viola, George; Wife and Children 
of George; Fults Renault Sec29 
R. & C. Grosse Harrisonville Tel. 
W'aterloo 

Sensel, Adam (Rosa Weitkamp) Ch 
Ch Golda, Elmer; East Carondelet 
Rl Columbia Pre3lN T184p. Henry 
Fischer (1879) Kinloch Tel. Col- 
um.bia 

Sensel, George (Pauline Sutter) Val- 
meyer R2 Mitchie SeclO T200a 
Edward Schoening (1887) Farmers 
Tel. Maevstown 

Sensel, William H. (Lizzie Rippel- 
meyer) Ch Henry, Viola; Valmeyer 
R2 Mitchie Sec9 T200a Edward F. 
Schoening (1894) 

Seyler, Jacob H. (Willette M. 
•Wooters) Ch *Lavina. ♦Luella; 
Valmeyer Rl Waterloo Sec35 
Tl75a E. F. Schoening (1876) Far- 
mers Tel. Valmeyer 

Shea, Joseph S. (Anna A. Dugan) Ch 
Celia, Clarence, Florence, Joseph, 
Anna, Francis, Estella; Prairie Du- 
Rocher R3 Renault Sec4 T4a Mrs. 
Mary Ryan (1889) 

Shea, Lawrence (Mary McCaffrey) 
Ch Leo, Julia, Rosa, *Maggie, 
♦Agatha; Burksville Rl New 
Design SeclT OSOa (1892) 



Sickmier. Charles H. (Mary Barker) 
Ch Freda, William, Edward, Mon- 
roe; Prairie DuRocher R3 Renault 
Sec5S T80a (1883) 

Skaer, Jacob (Lena Rausch) Ch 
Mabel, Ethel, *Adele; Red Bud R2 
Praine DuLong Pre3 Ol65a (1895) 
Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Smith. Henry (Elsie Menke) Ch 
Oscar, Leo; Prairie DuRocher Rl 
(Renault SeclsS OSa (1881) Far- 
mers Tel. Renault 

Smitt. Nicholas (Mary Koch) Ch 
Kate. Lena. Otto, *Mary, *Julia, 
♦Thresia, *Louise, *Willie; Prairie 
DuRocher Rl Renault Secl4S 
T200a Louise A. V/all (1867) Far- 
mers Tel. Kidd 

Sparwasser, George (Katie Baltz) 
Ch Harry, Arthur, Elmer, Elsie, 
Ella, Edward, Emma, Roy; Water- 
loo Rl Bluff Sec8 OieOa (1862) 
Henke Tel. Waterloo 

Sprankel, Charles (Hulda Fauss) 
Prairie DuRocher R3 Renault 
Sec32 Tl36a Louis Juelfs (1894) 
Fults Tel. Fults 

Soras, Adam (Floia Todoka) "Foun- 
tain Creek Kennel and Poultry 
Farm" Red 3ud New Design Sec36 
Sec27 038a (1913) Farmers Tel. 
Waterloo 

Stadter, George (Mary Kern) Ch 
Henry, Valentine; Red Bud R4 
Renault Seel T280a Emma Parrott 
(1868) Farmers Tel. Ames 

Stadter, Joseph (Elizabeth Frisch) 
"Paradise Grain Farm" Red Bud 
R4 Iview Design Sec29-26 T90a 
Elizabeth Frisch (1879) Harrison- 
ville Tel. Red Bud. 

Stadter, Louis (Lizzie Zeis) Ch An- 
na, Edwin, Clarence "Popular Grain 
Farm" Red Bud New Design Sec36 
Ol80a Harrisonville Tel. Red Bud. 

Stahl, Christ (Mary Frisch) Ch 
♦Elenora, *Lizzie, *Henry, *Jacob, 
♦William; Fults Rl Renault Sec32 
Tl70a Demint & Hardy (1864) 
Fults Tel. Fults 

Stahlheber, Henry (Annie Hepp) Ch 
Herbert, John, Henry, Licclla; Red 
Bud R2 Prairie DuLong Pre4 O60a 
T75a (1853) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Stahlschmidt, Joseph (Tillie Mueller) 
Ch Eugene; Prairie DuRocher R3 
Renault Sec36 Tl40a Theodore and 
G. Stockel (1895) Farmers Tel. 
Renault 



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Stamm, Charles (Augusta Davis) 
Ch Charlie, Walter, Fritic, Henry, 
Mary, ♦Christina; 'Red Bud Ren- 
ault Seel T99a Fritz Windergast 
(1916) ^ ^ _, 

Starr, Percy E. ('Martha Gregson) Ch 
Cecile; Red Bud R2 Praine Du 
Long Pre21 077a (1899) Farmers 
Tel. Hecker 

Staupenbiel, Mrs. Mary Ch Zita, Ray, 
♦Felicia; "Walnut Hill Farm 
Waterloo R4 Prairie DuLong Sec3i 
O200a (1877) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Stechmesser, Fred (Katie Hergen- 
roeder) Ch Alvin, Hilda, Amanda, 
Arnold, Leland, Edwin; Valmeyer 
R2 Mitchie Sec4 Tll6a Susanna 
Bickelhaupt (1875) Farmers Tel. 
Maeystown 

Steffen, Richard H. (Catherine 
Taake) Ch Lydia, Hilda, Herman. 
Irvin; Columbia Rl Columbia 
Pre33 Ol60a (1893) Kinloch Tel. 
New Hanover 

Steffens, Henry Sr. (Christina Bode) 
Ch Henry Jr., Christina, ♦LQuisa, 
♦Minnie; Fults Rl Mitchie Secl3 
Tl44a Edward Maeys (1876) Farm- 
ers Tel. Maeystown 

Steiger, Peter (Kate Mohr) Ch Al- 
bert, ♦Lavina, ♦Katie; Red Bud R2 
Prairie DuLong Prel4 022a (1861) 
Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Steinman Bros., Fred and Albert 
Waterloo Rl Bluff Secl7 Tl72a 
Henry Steinman (1890) Henke Tel. 
Waterloo 

Stemler, George J. (Lena Voelker) 
Ch Clarence, Homer; Waterloo R2 
Moredock Sec22 T94a Voelker Est. 
(1879) Farmers & Fountain Tel. 
Valmeyer 

Stemler, Jacob (Katie Nobbe) Ch 
Herman, Elsie, Rovena; "Twin 
Springs Dairy Farm" Waterloo R2 
Harrisonville Seel Ol50a (1880) 
Harrisonville Tel. Madonnaville 

Stemler, Philip C. Jr. (Anna Rehling) 
Ch Walter E.; Waterloo R2 Har- 
risonville Seel Tl40a Philip Stem- 
ler Sr. (1885) Farmers & Fountain 
Tel. Waterloo 

Stenzel, George (Mary E. Goeddel) 
Waterloo R4 Waterloo Sec27 
Ol20a (1883) Bell Tel. Waterloo 

Steppig, Louis (Sophia Mees) Ch Al- 
bert, Louis, Gustave,^Edna; Colum- 
bia R2 Columbia Pre29 O40a Tl8a 
(1875) Kinloch Tel. Columbia 



Steppig, Nicholas (Catherine Mos- 
bacher) Ch Joseph, Nicholas, Julia, 
♦Lena, ♦Celia, ♦Henry; Columbia 
Rl iColumbia Prel7 Ol7a (1856) 
Kinloch Tel. Columbia 

Stockel, Herman (Christine Bus- 
mann) Ch ♦Benjamin, ♦Maggie, 
♦Dora, ♦John, ♦Emma, ♦Mamie, 
♦Josephine, ♦Rosella; Waterloo R3 
Waterloo Sec2l O80a (1852) Bell 
Tel. Waterloo 

Stoeckel, George P. (Christina 
Frisch) Ch Edna, Rosa, Mary, Ray, 
Leo; Prairie DuRocher R3 Ren- 
ault See3S T207a Paul Harsey 
Farmers Tel. Renault 

Stoeckel, Theodore L. (Lydia Jost) 
Ch Irene, Arthur, Edith, Lydia, 
Georgietta; Prairie DuRocher R3 

Renault Sec3l O200a (1873) Farm- 
ers Tel. Renault 

Stohl, Joseph (Lizzie Stock) Ch 
Ella, Anthony, Joseph; Columbia 
Rl Columbia Pre4 Ol28a (1878) 
Kinloch Tel. Columbia 

Stotter, Henry (Lizzie C. Kern) Red 
Bud R4 Renault Seel T2CK)a Frank 
Parrott (1872) Ames Tel. Ames 

Straub, Conrad (Louisa Ritter) 
Maeystown Renault Sec5 056a 
(1886) Farmers Tel. Maeystown 

Strieker, Henry (Minnie Tielkemier) 
Ch Minnie, Alvin, Emil, ♦Carrie; 
Red Bud R4 Renault See21 OSOa 
(1867) Farmers Tel. Renault 

Strieker, John (Tilly Furns) Ch Clin- 
ton, Florence; Red Bud R4 Ren- 
ault Sec2i O80a (1864) Farmers 
Tel. Renault 

Strodt, Albert (Lettie Brigel) "Port- 
land Grain Farm" Waterloo R5 
New Design Sec8 Ol40a Harrison- 
ville Tel. Waterloo 

Studt, Martin (Wilhelmina Boehne) 
Waterloo Rl Bluff Sec9 T80a John 
Studt (1878) Henke Tel. Waterloo 

Stimipf, Adolph M. (Minnie Henke) 
Ch Helen E. O., Charles W.; 
Waterloo R2 Harrisonville Seel 
0249a (1894) Farmers & Fountain 
Tel. Waterloo 

Stumpf, August G. (Matilda Dahmer) 
Columbia Rl Columbia Prel3W 
Ol42a (1880) Kinloch Tel. Colum- 
bia 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNTY 



Stumpf, Edwin W. (Ida Bieber) Ch 
Burton: Columbia R2 Waterloo 
Sec3 OlOOa (1S90) Farmers Tel. 
New Hanover 

Stumpf, Emil F. (Lenora Hartman) 
Ch Virginia, Geneva; Valmeyer Rl 
Moredock Sec3 Tl20a Louis 
Stumpf (1884) Farmers & Fountain 
Tel. New Hanover 

Stumpf, Fred Sr. (Theresa Scheuer) 
Ch E'dmond, Theresa, *Fred, ♦Min- 
na, *Louis, *William; Columbia Rl 
Columbia Pre28 0257a (1854) Kin- 
loch Tel. New Hanover 

Stumpf, Fred Jr. (Mena Mehrtens) 
Ch Irvin, Edmond, Thelma; Co- 
lumbia R2 Columbia Pre32 O60a 
(1882) Kinloch Tel. Columbia 

Stumpf, Fred W. Sr. Ch Matilda, 
♦Adela, *Elmer; Columbia R2 Co- 
lumbia Pre24 O220a (1863) Kinloch 
Tel. Columbia 

Stumpf, Henry J. (Emma Waltke) 
Ch Cornelia, Ardena, Emma, 
Henry J. Jr.; Waterloo R2 More- 
dock Sec25 Ol54a (1854) Farmers 
& Fountain Tel. Waterloo 



Stumpf, Henry P. Ch Katie, Louis, 
Arnold, *Hulda, *Eugene,*Edward; 
Columbia Rl Columbia Pre33 
O240a (1874) Kinloch Tel. New 
Hanover 

Stumpf, William E. (Edna Mueller) 
Ch Earl, Armin; Columbia Rl (Co- 
lumbia Pre28«Tl40a Fred Stumpf 
Sr. (1888) Kinloch Tel. Columbia 

Stumpf, WUliam F. (Emma Wenkel) 
Ch Mildred, Gustave, Alvin, Roy, 
Clara, Pauline, Walter, Bdna; 
Columbia Rl Columbia Pre24W 
T245a Margaret Wenkel (1876) 
Kinloch Tel. Columbia 

Susewind, Fred (Elizabeth Kloster- 
mann) Ch Lillian, Lavina, Otto, 
Arwedj; Waterloo R4 Waterloo 
Sec29 O200a (1874) Bell Tel. 
Waterloo 

Sutter, Jacob (Gertrude Drephts) 
Ch Albert, *Augusta, *Lizzie, 
♦Pauline, ♦Edward; Valmeyer R2 
Mitchie SeclO O80a (1857) Farm- 
ers Tel. Maeystown 

Sutter, William H. (Emma Roden- 
berg) Ch Olga, Otto; Fults R2 
Renault Sec23 0264a Farmers Tel. 
Renault 



Taake, Emil (Alma Kuni) Ch Er- 
win, Ardell; Valmeyer Rl More- 
dock Seel T200a Charles Taake 
^891) Farmers & Fountain "Tel. 
New Hanover 

Taake, Fred (Mary Bieber) Ch Ray- 
mond, Esther, Lester; .Columbia 
Rl Waterloo Sec6 OlOla (1882) 
Farmers Tel. l^ew Hanover 

Taake, Henry C. (Helena Schuard) 
Ch Herman, Charlie; Valmeyer Rl 
Columbia Pre34W O400a (186S) 
Kinloch Tel. Columbia 

Taake, William C. (Margaret Stumpf) 
iCh Hulda, Clara, Edwin, Elmer, 
William, ♦Lula; Valmeyer Rl Co- 
lumbia Pre35W Ol75a (1866) Kin- 
loch Tel. Columbia 

Tansey, Lawrence Ch ♦William, 
♦John, ♦Maggie, ♦Julia, ♦Rosa; 
Red Bud R4 Renault Sec21 Ol20a 
(1854) Farmers Tel. Renault 



Tansey, William (Estella O'Leary) 
Ch Florence, Mary, Bertram, Rose, 
Catherine, William Jr.; Red Bud 
R4 Renault Sec21 Tl20a Lawrence 
Tansey (1874) Farmers Tel. Ren- 
ault 

Tebbenhoff, Otto H. (Hilda Schroth) 
Prairie DuRocher R3 Philip Mans 
(1893) Farmers Tel. Fults 

Theobald, Abraham C. (Otilda Fried- 
rick) Ch Herman, Otilda, Edna, 
Lucille; Columbia R2 Columbia 
Pre26 TlOOa Frances Friedrick 
(1875) Kinloch Tel. Columbia 

Theobald, Jacob (Lena Dhemer) 
Ch Adela, Lydia, Jacob; Columbia 
R2 Columbia Pre23 Tl02a Fred 
Conrad (1878) Kinloch Tel. Co- 
lumbia 

Theobald, Louis (Annie Seib) Co- 
lumbia Rl Columbia Prel4 Tl06a 
William Harres (1874) Kinloch 
Tel. Columbia 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Thiele. Otto H. (Frances Bdler) Ch 
Otto Jr., Frank, Elizabeth, *Henry, 
♦Herman, *Fred, *Louis, *Ella; 
Waterloo R2 Waterloo Sec29 O80a 
(1866) 

Thoma, Frank (Sophia Mueller) Ch 
Sophia, Barbara, Frank ♦Katie, 
*Doris, *Lena, *Maggie; Columbia 
R2 Columbia Pre20 084a (1858) 
Kinloch Tel. Columbia 

Thoma. Frank J. Jr. (Clara Wecker) 
Ch Sophia, Pauline; Columbia K2 
Columbia Pre20 T69a Frank Thoma 
Sr. (1889) Kinloch Tel. Columbia 

Thompson, Albert C. (Emma Web- 
er) Ch Floyd; Red Bud R2 Praine 
DuLong Preie Tl60a James 
Thompson (1905) Farmers Tel. 
Hecker 

Thompson, James (Adeline Miller) 
Ch *Elva, *Albert; Red Bud R2 
Prairie DuLong Prel6 Ol60a 
(1903) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Threllfall, William (Ophelia Daup- 
hin) Ch Margaret; "The Poplars 
Farm" Waterloo R4 Prairie Du 
Long Pre? Ol35a (1842) Farmers 
Tel. Hecker 

Toenjes, Ben H. (Annie Wecker) Ch 
Robert; Columbia R2 Columbia 
Pre34 T95a Mrs. Philip Gummer- 
shiemer (1892) Kinloch Tel. New 
Hanover 



Toenjes, George (Helen Janson) Ch 
Bertha, Frank, Apielia, Louise, Ar- 
thur, Edward, Helen, George, 
Clemens; Columbia R2 Columbia 
Pre23 052a (1874) Kinloch Tel. 
Columbia 

Toenjes, John B. (Lizzie Wessel) Ch 
Elsie, Frank, Mary, Celia, Ger- 
trude, Emil, Leo, Josephine; Co- 
lumbia R2 Columbia Pre35 O200a 
(1868) Kinloch Tel. Columbia 

Toenjes, Joseph H. (Anna M. Bal- 
meyer) Ch Albert, Frieda, Erwin; 
Columbia R2 Waterloo Sec6 Tll2a 
Henry Toenjes (1885) Kinloch Tel. 
Waterloo 

Trost, Charles (Anna Lueschen) Val- 
meyer R2 Harrisonville Sec29 
Tl26a Philip Klein (1880) Farmers 
Tel. Valmeyer 

Trost, John H. (Lena Schnider) 
"White Oak Grove Farm" Fults 
R2 Renault SecS TlOOa Louise Pro- 
fit Farmers Tel. Maeystown 

Trost, William Ch Frieda, Polly, 
♦Elizabeth, ♦Lena, ♦Hilda; Val- 
meyer R2 Harrisonville Sec32 
Ol39a (1856) Farmers Tel. Val- 
meyer 

Trost, William (Caroline Niebruegge) 
Ch Fred, Emil, Theodore, Ru- 
dolph, Monroe, Hulda, Luella, Arlo, 
Edwin, ♦Elsie, ♦Raymond, ♦John; 
Valmeyer R2 Harrisonville Sec9 
Tl40a C. W. Hartman (1871) 
Farmers Tel. Valmeyer 



Valentine, Albert (Christina Meyer) 
Ch Elizabeth, Alvina, Cnristopher; 
"Hill Farm" Fults R2 Renault 
Secig TieOa Wendel Valentine 
(1878) 'Farmers Tel. Renault. 

Valentine, Henry (Louisa Kaestner) 
Ch Henrietta, Freemond, Olivia, 
Welton; Prairie Du Rocher Rl 
Renault Secl5 Tl35a Susan C. De- 
mint (1886) Farmers Tel, Renault. 

Valentine, Otto (Anita Ludwig) Red 
Bud R2 Prairie Du Long Pre29 
TlTOa August Homrighausen (1893) 
Farmers Tel. Hecker. 



Valentine, Wendiel Jr. (Mary Fis- 
cher) Ch Peter, Oscar, Milford, 
Herbert, Ardelle; Fults Rl Mitchie 
Sec25 Tl40a Winkelman Est. (1878) 
Farmers Tel. Fults 

Valentine, William J. (Lida Juelps) 
Ch Nora. Walter, Hulda, Wesley; 
Fults Rl Renault Sec30 Tl25a Wil- 
liam Winkelman (1881) Farmers 
Tel. Fults 

Van Buren, Jacob (Amelia Buff) Ch 
Henry, John, Armin, William. Ar- 
thur, Albert, Amelia, Amanda, 
♦Marie, ♦Hermania, ♦Jacob Jr.; 
♦Louis; Waterloo R5 Bluff Seel 
O200a (1854) Harrisonville Tel. 
Waterloo. 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNTY 



Van Buren. M. H. (Mathilda Schlem- 
mer) Ch Armon, Marie, *Leona, ♦Al- 
bert, *Roland, *ScIs:a; Valmeyer 
R2 Harrisonville Sec22 Tl66a 
Aaron Baer (1882) Farmers Tel. 
Valmeyer 

Van De Reib Frank (Margaret Koest- 
ner) Ch Fred, Gertrude, Robert; 
Burksville New Design Sec21 
Ol20a (1911) Farmers Tel. Burks- 
ville. 

Ververs. John (Mary Stahl) Ch Wil- 
liam; "Oak (Ridge Stock Farm" 
Fults R2 Renault Seel O240a(1914^ 
Farmers Tel. Renault 

Voelker, Christian (Louisa Schlem- 
mer) Ch Harold; Valmeyer R2 
Harrisonville Sec35 Tl25a Theo- 
bald Voelker (1890) Maeystown 
Tel. Maeystown 

Vogel, Christopher (Lena Macke) 
Ch Frieda M.; Valmeyer Rl More- 
dock Sec30 Tl20a Victor Castella 
(1876). 

Vogel, George A., Sr (Rosina Frit- 
zinger) Ch Anton, John, Oliver, 
Emma, *Charles, *Mary, *Edward, 
♦Ella, * George; Waterioo R5 Bluff 
6ecl2 Tl32a David Frisch (1884) 
Harrisonville Tel. Waterloo 

▼oges, August, Jr., (Meta Frisch- 
kprn) Ch Leonora, Edgar, Alwin, 
Herbert; Red Bud R2 Prairie Du 
Long Pre24 Tl20a August Voges, 
Sr., (1873) Farmers Tel. Hecker. 

Voges, Henry C. Red Bud R2 Prairie 
DuLong Prel3 Farm Manager 
Mary Voges (1873) Farmers Tel. 
Hecker. 

Voges, William A, (Mary Miller) Ch 
Olga, Ivan, Theodore, Addie; Red 
Bud R2 Prairie DuLong Prel4 
T238a Herman Voges (1876) Far- 
mers Tel. Hecker. 

Voges, William C. (Margaret Koch- 
ler) Ch Elma, Hilda, Caroline, 
Charles; Red Bud R2 Prairie Du 
Long Pre24 OSOa T80a August 
Voges (1874) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Vogler, George (Mary Schmelzel) 
Ch Henry, Herman, John, *Amand; 
New Athens Rl Prairie DuLong 
Prel Ol50a (1877) Farmers Tel. 
Hecker 



Vogt. Antone W. (Anna Frierdich) 
Ch Erdline, Esther, Adele, Marcel- 
la; Columbia R2 Columbia Pre25 
T200a John C. Ffi^rdich (1883) 
Kinloch Tel. Columbia 

Vogt, Arnold A. (Dora M. Einwich) 
Ch Jerome; Waterloo R3 Waterloo 
SeclS Tl20a George Freund (1892) 
Kinloch Tel. Waterloo. 

Vogt, Cornelius (Frieda Rippelmeyer) 
Valmeyer Rl Moredock Sec8 TSOa 
August Ebersohle (1894). 

Vo|:t, Frank H. (Margaret Shea) Ch 
Grace, Agatha, Helen, Vincent; 
Burksville Rl New Design Sec9 
O240a (1876) Farmers Tel. Har- 
risonville. 

Vogt, Gerhardt J. (Mary E. Mar- 
quardt) Ch Frank A., 'Mary, ♦Ar- 
nold A.; "Village Creek Farm" 
Waterloo IRS Waterloo Secl6 O80a 
(1859) Farmers Tel. Waterloo. 

Vogt, H«nry J. (Anna Brinkman) Ch 
Alice, Leo, Carmeleda, Ferdinand, 
Alma, ♦Joseph, ♦August, ♦Cecelia; 
Waterloo R3 Waterloo Secl6 Ol40a 
(1864) Farmers Tel. Waterloo 

Vogt, Lawrence (Mary Dannahold) 
Ch Blanche, ♦Joseph, ♦John, ♦Will- 
iam, ♦Sylvester, ♦Olive, ♦Hilda, 
♦Leonard, ♦Cornelius; Fults Rl 
Mitchie Sec25 Ol25a (1855) 

Vogt, Leonard, (Emma Miller) Ch 
Raymond), Milton; Fults Rl Mitchie 
Sec25 Tl60a Winkelman Est. (1919) 
Farmers Tel. Maeystown. 

Vogt, Louis A. (Ellen M. Petri) Ch 
Frank, Kate, Emil, Elsie, Louis, 
Jr., Robert, Clara, Jerome; Colum- 
bia R2 Waterloo Sec6 Tl50a Frank 
Petri Est. (1869) Kinloch Tel. Wa- 
terloo. 

Vogt, Robert, J. Waterloo Rl Water- 
loo Secl T120 Mrs. William Vogt 
(1890) Farmers Tel. Waterloo. 

Vollhardt. Henry (Henrietta Pflast- 
erer) Ch Henry Jr.; Valmeyer Rl 
Harrisonville Sec4 O70a (1872) 
Farmers & Fountain Tel. Valmeyer. 

Voss, Fred W. (Alma Stellhorn) Ch 
Esther, Luella, Arlin, Oliver; Red 
Bud R2 Prairie Du Long Pre35 
Tieoa William Ziebold (1917) Far- 
mers Tel. Prairie. 



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PRAIRIE FARMERS RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



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Wachtel. Albert (Elizabeth Ments) 
Ch Joseph, Edwin, Eddie, *^ate; 
♦Margaret, *Peter, *Francis; Heck- 
er Prairie Du Long Pre? Tl20a 
James Schilling (1903) Farmers Tel. 
Hecker. 

Wachtel, Jacob (Louisa Schoenbom) 
Ch Louis, Fred, Hedwig, Agatha, 
Isadore, Celia; -'Prairie Lane Farm 
Waterloo R3 Prairie Du Long 
Secl8 0116a FloraviUe Tell Flora- 
ville. 

Wachtel, Peter E. (Rosamond 
Ganley) Ch Edna L.; Hecker 
Prairie DuLong Pre5 Ol36a 
Charles Rausch (1907) Farmers 
Tel. Hecker 

Wagner, Charlie C. (Charlotte Hen- 
tis) Ch Elmer, Leona, Leroy, Wal- 
ter Marvin; Prairie Du Rocher R2 
Renault Sec3 Tl30a George Erie 
(1918) Ames Tel. Ames. 

Wagner. Charles W. (Julia Fritsche) 
Ch Milton, Harold; Hecker Praine 
Du Long PreO TlOOa Martm 
Fntschc (1880) Farmers Tel. Heck- 
er. 

Wagner, Otto B. (Lena Scherle) Ch 
Leo, Leonard, Adelia, Juhus, Eu- 
gene; Red Bud R4 Prairie Du Long 
Pre20 O200a (1910) Farmers Tel. 
Hecker. 

Wallace, C. B. (Mary C. Allen) Ch 
Ruth, Robert, *Mabel, *Nina, *Mar- 
jorie, *Lewis; Valmeyer Harrison- 
ville Sec9 O370a (1861) Farmers 
& Fountain Tel. Valmeyer. 

Walsh. Ellen, Mike and Johm Red 
Bud Renault SecS O40a T200a Em- 
ma Parrott (1872). 

Walsh, John F. (Rosa Tansey) Ch 
William, George, John, Mary, Mil- 
dred, James, Margaret; Burksville 
IRl Renault Sec4 Ol20a (1873). 

Walsh, Keam, Charles. Francis and 
Josie *Eva, *Laura, * William; Red 
Bud R4 Renault SecB 0459a Walsh 
Est. (1888) Ames Tel. Ames 

Walsh, Mary and Jennie Red Bud R4 

Renault Sec8 O240a (1879) Farmers 
Tel Burksville. 
Walsh, Michael J. (Elizabeth Clifford) 
Red Bud R4 Renault Sec5 T400a 
Elizabeth Walsh and Anna Clifford 
(1861) Earmers Tel. Burksville. 



Walsh, Thomas (Anna Coleman) Ch 
Margaret, George, Francis, Mary, 
Leo, Walter, Joseph, *Florence, 
♦iCorrine; Burksville Rl New De- 
sign Sec2 Ol34a Farmers Tel. 
Burksville 

Walter, WiUiam H. (Bertha Miller) 
Ch Norman; Columbia Rl Colum- 
bia Prel7 T80a Leo Wenner (1914) 

Washausen, Charles (Louisa Rieb- 
ling) Ch Esther; Valmeyer Rl 
Moredock Sec21 Oll6a (1882) 

Washausen, Charles (Mary Bick- 
lein) Ch Johnnie Waterloo R3 Wa- 
terloo Sec22 Ol50a August Wash- 
hausen (1891) Farmers Tel. New 
Hanover. 

Washausen. Fred (Catherine Wessel) 
Ch Laverta- Valmeyer Rl More- 
dock Sec27 OlOla (1885) Farmers 
& Fountain Tel. Valmeyer 

Washausen, Henry (Louisa Bicklein) 
Valmeyer IRl Moredock Sec29 
Ol20a (1878) Farmers & Fountain 
Tel. Valmeyer. 

Weber. Catherine (Catherine Peters) 
Ch John, *Henry, ♦George, ♦Caro- 
line, ♦Charles, ♦Frank, ♦Theresa- 
Red Bud R3 Renault Secl3 OsOa 
John Weber (1892) United TeL 
Red Bud 

Weber. Frank B. (Mary ^Stiger) Ch 
Lena, Edward, ♦Joseph, ♦Katie, 
♦Sophia; Red Bud R2 Prairie Du 
Long Pre25 George Frisch (1898) 
Farmers Tel. Hecker. 

Weber, John A. (Mary Schnelling) 
Ch Leo, Helen; Waterloo R5 Har- 
risonville Secl4 T294a Maggie 
Moskop (1883) 

Weber. WiUiam (Anna Forness) Ch 
Tillie, Theckla, William, Jr ♦Anna, 
♦Mary, ♦Cecelia, ♦Maggie; Water- 
loo Rl Harrisonville SeclO-11 Ol20a 
(1859) Madonnavllle Tel. Madonna- 
ville. 

Wecker, Louis (Lena Ritter) Ch Jo- 
sephine, Ardel, Anna; Columbia 
Columbia Pre6 O20a (1866) Kin- 
loch Tel. Columbia. 

Weihl, Jacob (Mary iC. Lentsel- 
schwab) Ch Elsie, Mellville, Lil- 
lian; Waterloo R3 Waterloo Sec8 
O200a (1878) Kinloch Tel. Water- 
loo 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNTY 



Weihl, Peter J. (Lottie L. Scheifler) 
Oh Arthur, Herman; Waterloo 
Waterloo Sec8 Ol60a (1881) Far- 
mers Tel. Waterloo. 

Weilbacher, John A. (Elizabeth Leid- 
enheimer) Ch Richard, Frank, Til- 
da, Ida, Flora, Virginia; Columbia 
R2 iColumbia Prel7 Ol66a (1899) 
Kinloch Tel. Columbia. 

Weinhoff, Herman (Elizabeth Buss) 
Ch Clara, George, Elenora, Clar- 
ence; "Model Dairy Farm" Water- 
loo R2 Waterloo Sec26 OSOa (1877) 
Farmers iel. Waterloo. 

Welsch, Joseph (Mary Bertram) Ch 
Elizabeth, Hugo, Martin, Mildred, 
Mary, Florence, iCIetus, Colletta; 
Valmeyer Ra Mitchie Seel O200a 
(1869) Farmers Tel. Maeystown 

"Welsch, Lena (Lena Schneider) Ch 
Leonard, WSilter, May, *Hilda, 
*Emil, Edwin; Burksville Rl New 
Design Sec20 Ol56a (1856) Farmers 
Tel. Burksville. 

Wejtig, William G. (Lizzie Schrae- 
der) Ch Alfrieda, Herbert Colum" 
bia R2 Columbia Pre32 Ol02a 
(1886) Kinloch Tel. Columbia 

Welzbacher, Pete (Mary Saul) Ch 
George, Max, Nick, Rosa, *Frieda; 
Waterloo IR4 Waterloo Sec33 TlOOa 
N. B. Paulter (1916) Bell Tel. Wa- 
terloo. 

WemkeU 'Charles (Mary Dahmer) Ch 
Charlie, Crola. John, William, Ar- 
thur; Columbia Rl Columbia Pre24 
W 0285a (1872) Kinloch Tel. Col- 
umbia. 

Wenkel. William (Theresa Stumpf) 
Matilda, Elmer; Columbia Rl Col- 
umbia Pre35W Ol40a (1869) Kin- 
loch Tel. Columbia. 

Werling, August (Agatha Mueller) 
Ch Monroe, Gladys Waterloo R2 



Moredock Sec36 O200a (li 
Farmers & Fountain Tel. Waterloo 

Werling, George P. (Freda Hoff- 
mann) Ch Geraldine, George Jr.; 
Waterloo R3 Waterloo Secl3 084a 
(1864) Farmers Tel. Waterloo 

Werling, John (Louisa Hoffmann) Ch 
Walter J., *Susan, *Christina, 
♦George, *August, Waterloo R2 
Morediock Sec36 OieOa (1858) Far- 
mers & Fountain Tel. Waterlo'^ 

"Werner. Mrs, Fred (Mary Daniels) 
Ch Ellen, Cyrilla, Atniel, Warren, 
Florence, Willard; New Athens Rl 
Prairie DuLong Prel 0287a (1911) 
Farmers Tel. Hecker 



Wessel, Fred (Maiy Jehling) Ch 
Roland, Milton;' Columbia Rl 
Moredock Seel Ollla (1877) Far- 
mers & 'Fountain Tel. New Han- 
over 

Wessel, Jacob H. (Minnie Key) Ch 
Woodrow; "Green Lawn Farm" 
Columbia R2 Waterloo Sec4 Ol50a 
(1880) Farmers Tel. New Hanover 

Wessel, Louis W. (Louise Rey) 

Waterloo R3 Waterloo Secl5 

OlOOa T80a iCharles Rey (1888) 
Kinloch Tel. Waterloo 

Wessel, William Sr, (Louise Korber) 
Ch William Jr., *Mary, *Matilda, 
♦John, *Alvina, 'Katie, ♦Lillian, 
♦Pearl; Waterloo Rl Waterloo 
Secl8 Ol63a (1853) Farmers Tel. 
New 'Hanover 

Wetzel. Herman (Lena Stellhorny 
Ch Powell, Otto; Red Bud R2 
Prairie DuLong Pre36 Tl47a Caro- 
line Wetzel (1886) Farmers Tel. 
Prairie 

Wetzel, Julius (Maggie Zahn) Ch 
M'anda, John, Lula, Clara; Water- 
loo R4 Waterloo Sec29 Oll7a 
(1865) B.ell Tel. Waterloo 

Wetzel. Theodore (Martha Stellliorn) 
Ch Elda, Fern; Red Budl R2 Prairie 
DuLong Pre35 Tl40a Carolina 
Wetzel (1891) Farmers Tel. Prairie 

Wetzler, George J. (Elizabeth Hoff- 
mann) Ch Willis, Wilbert, Row- 
land; "IBlack Oak Prairie Farm" 
Fults R2 Renault Sec3 TiflOa 
William Wetzler Farmers Tel. 
Maeystown 

Whelan. Edward T. (Anna M. Heck) 
Ch Albert, Adam, Edward, Leo, 
John, William; Fults Rl Mitchie 
Seel T3a G-ustave Hirsch Sr. 
(1879) Farmers Tel. Maeystown 

Whiteside. William J. (Christina 
Washausen) Ch Louisa, .August; 
Waterloo R3 Waterloo Sec22 Tl20a 
William Metzger (1872) Kinloch 
Tel. New Hanover 

Wiegand. William (Mary Reheis) 
Ch William, George, Rose, Emilie, 
Jiohn, Henry, Melissa, Ralph, iPred; 
iRcd Bud R2 Prairie DuLong Pre9 
O320a (1910) Farmers Tel. Hecker 

Wiehhoff, John Jr. (Emma Janson) 
Ch Alonzo, Lawrence, Ferdinand, 
Joseph, Raymond; Waterloo RS 
Waterloo Sccl5 Ol98a (1873) Far- 
mers Tel. New Hanover 



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Wierschem, Christina (Christina 
Steinman) Ch John, *Lizzie; 
Waterloo R5 Bluff Sec21 OlOOa 
(1861) IFarmers Tel. Waterloo 

Wierschem, William (Mary Kraft) 
Ch William A., Mary, *Aurelia, 
Catherine? Waterloo Rl Bluff Secl8 
Ol20a (1865) Bluff Line Tel. Mad- 
onnaville 

Wild, August (Catherine iHeitzen- 
roeder) Ch Vernon; "Idle Wild 
Farm" Waterloo R5 Harrisonville 
Sec25 0242a (1880) Maeystown 
Tel. Maeystown 

Wild, Charles (Anna Lueking) Ch 
Harry, Emil, Robert, Bertha, Meda, 
Olga, Alma, *Emma; Waterloo R5 
Bluff Secl9 0315a (1868) Bluff 
Tel. Madonnaville 

Wild. Daniel (Katherine Keck) Ch 
Hilda; Burksville Rl New Design 
Sec30 Tl20a Eizabeth Wild (1885) 
Farmers Tel. Burksville 

Wild, George (Minnie Lohkamp) Ch 
Albert, Elmer, Walter, Frieda, 
George, Nelda; Prairie Du'Rocher 
R3 Renault Sec35 TlGOa Joseph 
Harsey (1873) Farmers Tel. Ren- 
ault 

WUd, Philip (Minnie Knobloch) Ch 
Esther, Leona, Julia, Leitha; 
Prairie DuRocher R3 Renault 
Secl'S Tl60a Henry Krueger (1887) 
Farmers Tel. Renault 

WUde, August H. (Cora Rudolf) Ch 
Edward, Ardele; Columbia Rl 
Columbia Pre21 T90a Helena Wilde 
(1891) Kinloch Tel. Columbia 

Wilde. Paul (Emma Washausen) 
Ch Margp.ret, HeLn; Columbia Rl 
Columbia Pre27 T70a Helena 
Wilde (1883) Kinloch Tel. Col- 
umbia 

Wildt. Adam (Sophia Freidrich) Ch 
Luella, *Elizabth; Prairie Du 
Rocher Rl Renault Secl4 T216a 
Baer Bros. (1868) Farmers Tel. 
Kidd 

Williams, Joseph (Alice Wilcox) Ch 
Lyburn, Joseph Jr.; Valmeyer R2 
Mitchie Sec23 T40a Mary Rickert 
(1877) Farmers Tel. Maeystown 

WiUiams, Louis (Elizabeth Becker) 
Ch *Joseph, *C:ara; Fults Rl 
Mitchie Sec23 Ol20a (1849) 

Windergerst, John Red Bud R4 

New DesignSec26 Ol20a (1851) 



Wink, Charles (Mary Ferkel) Ch 
Hulda, Arthur, Mary, Erwin, Carl; 
Columbia R2 Columbia Pre34 
059a (1879) Kinloch Tel. Columbia 
Winkelmann, August (Dinna Mehr- 
ing) Red Bud R2 Prairie Dulong 
Pre36 TllOa Fred Voss (1919) 
Wirth, Albert (Ida Shewe) Ch IRoy, 
Louisa Lepholz, niece; Valmeyer 
Rl Moredock Secll T70a Louis 
Kusewitt (1882) Farmers & toun- 
tain Tel. New Hanover 
Wissmath, Eugene R. (Ida Sum) 
Ch Eugenia, Prank; ''Shady Spring 
■Farm" Waterloo Rl Waterloo 
Sec24 T375a Mrs. Charles Wiss- 
math (1917) Farmers Tel. Water- 
loo 
Wittenauer, Harry (Flora Klein) Ch 
Henry, Leona; Hecker f*ra?rie Du- 
Long PrelO O90a (1889) Farmers 
Tel. Hecker 
Wittenauer, John W. (Leonora 
Braun) Ch Alfreda, Mary, Paul, 
Wilbert, Irene; Red Bud R2 Prairie 
DuLong PrelO Tl25a Mary Braun 
(1887) Farmers Tel. Hecker 
Wittenauer, Peter (Margaret Bar- 
thel) Ch Katie. Amalia, Emil, 
Elmer, Walter, *Ed, *John, *HaTry, 
*Lena; New Athens Rl Prairie 
DuLong Prel Ol60a (1851) 
Farmers Tel. Hecker 
Wolf. Fred C. (Carrie Studt) Ch 
Irene, Loretta, Milton, Mildred; 
Waterloo R2 Waterloo Sec32 O80a 
(1881) Farmers Tel. Watedoo 
Wolf, John (Maggie Ahlheit) Ch 
Herman, Leo. Bertha; Red Bud R2 
Prairie DuLong Prel Tl20a 
Amanda Ruhl (1918) 
Wolf, Louis E. (Lulu Tebbenhoff) 
Watedoo R3 Waterloo Secl7 036a 
Tl65a Mrs. Henry Wolf (1888) 
Farmers Tel. New Hanover 
Wolfmeier, Fred and George Colum- 
bia Rl Columbia Prel3W Tl60a 
Henry Wolfmeier 
Woodcock. Oliver (Sophia Schiebe) 
Ch Milton, Oliver Jr., Elmer, Clar- 
ence, Roy, Irene; Waterloo R2 
Harrisonville Secll T240a William 
Pryer (1878) Farmers Tel. Mad- 
onnaville 
Woodcock, William (Hulda Schiebe) 
Ch Wilma, Vernon; Mary A. 
Woodcock, mother; Waterloo R2 
Harrisonville Sec2 Tl40a Mary 
A. Woodcock (1890) Farmers Tel. 
Madonnaville 



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Wortman, Henry (Christina Kuer- 
geleis) Ch Albin; Fults R2 Renault 
Secl4 T200a Fred Kuergeleis St. 
(1888) Farmers Tel. Renault 



Wortman, Louis (Rasa Mueller) Ch 
Herman, Viola, Otillie; Fults R2 
Renault Sec24 05a (1874) Farmers 
Tel. Renault 



Zeiger, Oscar (Dora McClenahan) 
Ch Ethel, Esther, Mildred, Gladys: 
Prairie DuRocher R3 Renault 
Seen Ola (1886) 

Zeiger, Walter (Mary Miller) Ch 
Irene, Duin, Edgar, Hazel, Fern; 
Prairie DuRocher R3 Renault 
SeclOS T200a Demint & Hardy 
(1882) Farmers Tel. Kidd 

Zeiger, WilUam (Angeli Cary) Ch 
♦Walter, *Oscar, *Laura, *Edith; 
Prairie ' DuRocher R3 Renault 
SecllS TlOOa James T. Eades 
(1855) 



Zeiger, William P. (Katie Menkey) 
Ch rierman, Josephine, Agnes; 
Prairie DuRocher Rl Renault 
Seen Tll2a Maggie Liddey (1890) 

Zeis, John F. (Mary Frisch) Watei- 
loo R5 Bluff Secl2 Tl44a David 
Frisch (1883) Harrisonville TeL 
Wlaterloo 

Zitt, Abert J. (Bertha Kaempfe) Ch 
Albert, Leona; Columbia Rl Col- 
umbia Pre36W T85a John Kaempfe 
(1909) Kinloch Tel. Columbia 




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Prairie Farmer's Soil and Crop Editor 



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Serve and Deserve Success 

To strive for and gain success is every man's right, but to serve and deserve 
success is not only every man's duty — it is the good man's ambition. 

To manage a serviceable, a successful store — a store entitled to the confi- 
dence and patronage of the public — means' that a manager must have the 
thought of serve and deserve well ingrained. 

For forty long years we have striven to serve you faithfully and honestly. 

That we have partly succeeded in this ambition of ours is evidenced by 
the large number of satisfied customers, and the steady growth of our business. 

From a small 25x60 room, our business has grown to the biggest Clothing, 
Hat and Furnishing Goods House in Southern Illinois. 

But we are not satisfied to let it go at that, it shall be our aim and pur- 
pose to serve you still better, in fact to give you the best possible service a store 
can give you — fair treatment and honest merchandise. 

May we hope to serve you? 

The Romeiser Company 

BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 



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St. Clair County Breeders' Directory 

TU* lut include* all Farmeri in St. Clair County who own one or more pure bred animaU. 
Star (*) indicate* farmer* who rai«e breeding itock for tale. 



BEEF CATTLE 



ABERDEEN ANGUS 

Falbe, Nicholas Belleville Rl 

Haeuber, Mate Mascoutah R^ 

Hill, Clarion M Freeburg Rl 

HEREFORD 

Bolle, Hugh W Mascoutah R3 

Dickhaut, August Mascoutah 

*Fischer, Ferdinand 'Smithton 

Gauch, George A Freeburg Rl 

Grammet, vVilliam... .Belleville Rs 

*Gundlach, Julius A.. .. Belleville R6 
Hangsleben, Wm. H...O'Fallon Rl 
Hepp, Mrs. Geo. Jr.New Athens R2 

Kraft Adam Belleville Rl 

Linder, John Belleville R2 

Mollmann, Henry F., ..Millstadt Rl 



Monker, Albert H OlFallon Rl 

Reichert, William ....Freeburg Rl 

♦Sauerwein, Henry L.. Nevif Athens R2 
Schmidt, Edward W.. .Millstadt R2 

♦Smith, Alonzo M 'Freeburg Rl 

♦Smith, Isaac Marissa Rl 

Staof. Louis Mascoutah 

Suemnicht Bros Freeburg R2 

♦'Wilderman, John Freeburg R3 

RED POLLED 

♦Haupt, Louis New Athens R3 

Kirchhoefer, George ...Marissa R2 
SommeV, Louis C Marissa R3 

SHORTHORN 

*Baer Bros New .Athens R3 

Baer, Daniel E., Trenton R3 

Baer, Joe. E Trenton R2 

Bald, Charles W Lenzburg R3 

♦Barttelbart, Henry ....O'Fallon Rl 



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BELLEVILLE 
LUMBER GO. 



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Our Motto: 
SERVICE— QUALITY— PRICES RIGHT 

ENTIRE STOCK UNDER ROOF 



We Sell and /^P^\ Recommend 
the Following ^Qj^ Triple-G Goods 



ASK FOR OUR SPECIAL RED LABEL 

KAMEO BRAND PERFECT RED 

CEDAR SHINGLES 

MULE HIDE ROOFING 

CAREY ASPHALT, STANDARD AND JUMBO 

SHINGLES AND CEIL BOARD 

Both Phones: Kin. 503, Bdl 75 

600-606 S. ILLINOIS STREET 
BELLEVILLE - - - ILLINOIS 



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Established 1890 

Bell Phone 440 

Enlarging and 

Framing 

23 W. Main Street, BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 



Reime Studio 



Studio Open Daily 

8 a. m. to • p. m. 

Sundays - Holidays 

9 a. m. to 12 m. 



PORTRAIT AND COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS 
■When you're in town look over our fine display' of wedding and family groups, 
children and portraits. It will pay you to come in and see us. We give you the 
best portraits at the most reasonable prices. For best and quickest results mail 
your KODAK FILMS to us. We pay return postage. Send us a trial order NOW 
Positively none of our pictures will fade. Agent for Eastman Kodak Films. 



Bechtiofft. Adam O'Fallon Rl 

Bechtoldt, Henry, Jr.. Belleville Rl 
Bell, Mrs. Amelia Lebanon Rl 

♦Bischoff, Philip Masooutah Rl 

Blaies, Kdward .Belleville Rl 

Cox, Isaac G Belleville R6 

Dickhaut, Gustave L, Mascoutah 

Eckert, .Otto Millstadt R2 

♦Ehrstein, Melchoir ...Belleville R5' 

*Eidman, Louis B Mascoutah iR3 

*Engelmann, Julius .... O'Fallon Rl 

♦Fischer, Ferdinand Smithton 

Germann, Louis Millstadt R2 

Grodeon, Edward Mascoutah R3 

Haas, Philip A Mascoutah Rl 

*Hauft, Charles R.,..New Athens R3 
Hausmann, Anton J. . . Freeburg Rs 

Heiner, Howard Belleville Rl 

Helfrich, Jacob Waterloo R3 

♦Helms, Edward S Belleville Rl 

Hirstein, Daniel J Trenton R3 

Hirstein, John Trenton R2 

Hioff. John 'G Mascoutah R3 

Hopfinger, Arthur G. Mascoutah R3 
Kabureck, Albert W. ..Freeburg Rl 

*Keck. Adam Belleville Rr> 

Klingelhoefer, Gus . . New Memphis 
Klingelhoefer. Herbert C, Mas- 
coutah Rl 

Kruse, George Mascoutah R3 

Kuklinski, Andrew ..Mascoutah Rl 
Lautenschlaeger C. G. Mascoutah Rl 

♦Lauter, Edward P. ..Mascoutah R3 
Lembke, Rudolph F. Mascoutah R3 

Linder, Prank J Mascoutab R3 

Lortz, Siegel Freeburg R2 

Louis. John P. O'Fallon 

Luettinger, Louis E.... Trenton R2 
Lurtz, Edward L. . .-..Belleville Rfi 

Miller, Wilmer L Belleville Rl 

Mitchell, Fred A Belleville iR5 

Munier, Baptist J Freeburg Rl 

*Myerscough Bros. ..New Athens Rl 
Pfeiffer, Frank J Mascoutah R2 

♦Pfingsten, John W. ..Belleville Ro 
Rasp, Victor Belleville R6 



Rau Peter, Jr Columbia R2 

Reinhardt, Ferdinand H 

Mascoutah R3 

Renth, Henry Mascoutah RS 

Riess, Otto Mascoutah Rl 

Rodcmick, Fred G. ...Millstadt Rl 
Rodemick, Robert L. .Millstadt Rl 
Roos, George Millstadt iRl 

♦Schaller, Phillip J., New Athens R3 
Schaubert, Henry ..New Baden Rl 

♦Schneider, Charles H. . . .Lenzburg 
Schneider, Emil P. ..Lenzburg Rl 
Schneider, Otto A. .. .Freeburg Rl 

Seewald, Henry E Trenton R2 

Seibert, Albert L Belleville Rl 

Seibert, Henry C Belleville Rl 

Seibert, Henry G Mascoutah R3 

Seibert, Jonn F Belleville Rl 

beibert, Louis Mascoutah Rl 

Seibert, Iheodore Belleville Rl 

Seitz. Oscar L Mascoutah R3 

Schaller, William Lenzburg 

Siebert, Albert Belleville R2 

Stapf, Louis Mascoutah 

btrub, Walter L Lebanon. R2 

Trefzer, William Belleville R6 

W€ik, Joseph C Freeburg iR.^ 

Wolf, Edwin G Freeburg Rl 

Zimmermann, Frank Mascoutah Rl 



DAIRY CATTLE 

GUERNSEY 

Besse, John F Millstadt Rl 

Haeuber, Mate Mascoutah R3 

HOLSTEIN 

♦Agne, Louis Belleville Rl 

♦Albert, Chas Millstadt RS 

♦Albert. William Millstadt Rl 

Andres, John J Mascoutah R3 

Batton, Jacob B Mascoutah R2 

Bischoff, i'hilip Mascoutah Rl 

♦Brandenbufger, Al. New Athens R2 
Bruehl, George Millstadt Rl 



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DELCO-LIGHT 



The Complete Electric Light and 
Power Plant; 

Have Bright, Safe Electric Lights 
In the Home 

ELECTRIC POWER FOR HOUSEHOLD AND FARM MACHINERY 

An electric water system -with running water for modem bathroom, kitchen, 

laundry, sprinkling and stock. 

Electric heat for flat iron, toaster, percoiater, warming pads. 

A modem country home will hold the boys and girls on the farm. Delco-Light 

betters living conditions and pays for itself. 

More than 6S,000 Delco-Light Plants in the homes of satisfied users on the date 

this book was published. 

INVESTIGATE DELCO-UGHI. LEARN HOW IT MAKES A MODERN 
HOME POSSIBLE. OUR BOOKLET TELLS YOU ABOUT IT. 

DELCO-LIGHT PRODUCTS 



H. L. RENTCHLER » Dealer 

j MAIN and CHARLES STREETS KINLOCH 660. BELL 241 

BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 

ELECTRICAL SUPPUES, MOTORS, WIRING AND CONSTRUCTION 



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Buecher, Louis W Millstadt Rl 

♦Clark, John H Belleville Rl 

Corvey, William H.. ..Millstadt Rl 
Dickhaut, Robert J..Mascoutah Rl 
Dohrmann, Wm. J. Jr. Millstadt R2 

Eckert, Arthur L Millstadt iR2 

Engel, Fred Belleville R3 

Etling, Walter P Millstadt R2 

Franke, Richard A... Waterloo R3 
Frierdich, Edward C. ..Millstadt Rl 
Gartiser, Joseph H. ..Mascoutah 1R2 
Gerhardt, Edwin C. ..Waterloo R3 

Graul, Fred J Mascoutah Rl 

Graul, Henry Mascoutah Rl 

Graul, Henry F Mascoutah R3 

Griebel, William F. ..Mascoutah R3 

Griffin, ^^narles .'. Belleville Re 

Grossman, 'Fred L Freeburg Rl 

♦Grossman, Fred W. ..Belleville R2 
♦Grossmann. John H. . .Millstadt 1R2 

Guckes, Fred Millstadt R2 

Haas, Conrad E Mascoutah R3 

•Hangsleben, Herman F 

Mascoutah R3 

Haukammer, William ..Millstadt Rl 

Hauptm^n, John O'Fallon R2 

Helms, Julius B O'Fallon R2 

♦Hoffmann, George H. Waterloo R3 
Hoffman, Mrs. Mary..Waterloo R3 

Hucke, Joseph Millstadt Rl 

Hulling, Albert Masicoutah, Rl. 



Jung, Christ A Mascoutah 

Kaemper, Louis, Sr, ..Waterloo R3 
Kempf, William H. Jr. Waterloo R3 
Kern, Mrs. Mary ....Mascoutah R3 

Kirleis. Fred L Millstadt R2 

Kleber, Henry A Millstadt R2i 

Klein, Nick, Sr O'Fallon Rl 

♦Klein, Nick, Jr OlF^llon Rl 

Klingel, Charles ....Mascoutah R3 
Kombrink, Henry J. ..Freeburg R3 

Kruppe, Emil P Millstadt R2 

Lembke, William ...Mascoutah R2 

♦Liebig, John H Mascoutah Rl 

Lohmann, Louis C. . .Centerville Rl 

♦Lopinot, Julius Belleville R4« 

Lortz. 'Seigel Freeburg R2 

Maurer, Ben Columbia R2 

Mueller. Fred A Millstadt R2 

♦Mueth, Catherine ..New Athens R2 

Mueth, Charles A Waterloo R3 

Mueth, Louis Waterloo R3 

Muskopf, Walter H. ..Millstadt R2 

Newa, Leonard Mascoutah Rl 

Ohlendorf, Louis Freeburg R3 

Ohlenaorf, Victor ..Mascouta'h R3 

Otto, Louis Trenton R2 

Pencak, Joseph 

Edgemont Station, East St. Louis 

Pfeffer, Philip, New Athens R2 

Quinn, Fred H Millstadt R2 

Quiren, Charles Millstadt R3 



Farms Bought, Sold and 
Exchanged 



Money Loaned on Farm and 
City Property 



Hartmann & Schmale 

General Insurance Agency. We write life, health, accident, fire and 
tornado, automobile, fire, theft, liability, property, damage and col- 
lision, tractor, live stock, plate glass, boiler and compensation insur- 
ance in good reliable companies. Farm insurance a specialty. Should 
you have a loss today would you be fully protected? Better take out 
the additional insurance you need before you forget it. If you are not 
satisfied with the insurance you now have let us show you our poUcy. 
We are selling the most liberal policy on the market covering farm 
property. Let us know your wants. 



Automobile and Tractor Insurance 




HERMANN HARTMANN 
JOHN H. SCHMALE JR. 



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Durable Range 

Hade in Beneville 



Can be furnished square or 
reservoir. Full nickel trian- 
med. White, blue or j^ray. 
All enameled cushion pan- 
els, and closet back as 
illustrated, or can be fur- 
nished in all enamel with 
nickel trimmings. Comes on 
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high closet. 




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188 IL 6-8 

188 ILR «-8 

208 IL 6-8 

208 ILR ...6-8 

208 IBE 6-8 

208 iBER...6-8 
Oven Wt. 
18-20-12 43S 

L means with leg base Enameled panels and H 20^20112! .....In 
nickel trim, LR means same with enamel ^^^ 20-20-12...... 53S 

panel reservoir. BE means all Blue Enamel ^^ ^'^'\l hs 

trim square. BER means same but with reservoir. 20-zp-iz 5 ^ 

Body, oven and flue bottom are made of American Ingot Iron "Armco Brand" M 
rust resisting sheet metal which are electric welded. No rivets used. m 

The back and all the flues and oven top are lined with asbestos mill board | 
which is held in position by cast frames, thus making the range triple wall through- S 
out. Extra heavy, wide and ventilated fire box, with heavy 3 -piece sectional fire = 
back. Large duplex grates. Anchor-plate tops with convenient broiling device. B 
Extra large and deep enamel reservoir tanks. A strictly high class range. As good B 
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Hade br BAKER STOVE WORKS, Belleville. 111. | 

45 Minutes from 3rd and Washington Sts., St. Louis M 

IF THERE IS NO "BAKER" MAN IN YOUR TOWN, WRITE US M 

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Paris Cleaning & Dye Works 




FRANK SADORF, Proprietor 



Ladies' or Men's 
Clothes 

Thoroughly Cleaned and Pressed at 
Reasonable Prices. 



Carpets cleaned by compressed air. We pay parcel post one way. 
tion to the Trade of the Farm Family. 



Special atten- 



315 East Main St. 



Belleville, Illinois 



Richter, 'Harrison G. Mascoutah Rl 

Rochell, John E Trenton R2 

Roenicke, William F. ..Millstadt Ri 
Rosenberger, Otto G. . .Waterloo RS 

Ross, Fred J., Sr Smithton 

Ruckriegel, Charles . .Belleville R6 
*Schaller, Philip J.. New Athens R3 

*Scheibel, Ludwig J OlFallon Rl 

Schlichter, iRobert ..Mascoutah Rl 
Schlichter, Walter A. Mascoutah Rl 
Sdhoene, Benjamin J. ..Trenton R2 

Schwab, Fred J Millstadt R2 

Scott. 1-elix O'Fallon Rl 

♦Scott, Felix M O^Fallon Rl 

Seibert, Arthur O'Fallon Rl 

Snyder, M. A Belleville 

Stumpf, Louis R Millstadt Rl 

Thomann, Joseph A. .Belleville R3 

Waeltz, George Marissa R2 

*Weber, Theo. O. ..New Athens Rl 

Wessel, John B Millstadt R2 

W€ssel, Peter B Millstadt Rl 

Wilderman, Julius T..Freeburg Rl 

Wirth, Philip Waterloo R3 

Wolf, Albert Trenton R2 

Zimmermann, Frank Mascoutah Rl 
Zimmern-ann, Fred J. Mascoutath Rl 

JERSEY 

Arras, 'George P Millstadt R2 

Austm, Charles Marissa R2 



*Baer Bros New Athens R3 

Bechtoldt, Henry Jr. .Belleville Rl 
Bender, Ivicholas C ..Belleville R6 
Bertelsmann, Henry. ..Belleville R5 

♦Biscnoff, Pniiip Mascoutah Rl 

Bogner, Valentine Freeburg Rl 

♦Brown, David Marissa R2i 

Buehle, George J Belleville R2 

*Carr, Albert L IFreeburg Rl 

Carr, Robert L Freeburg Rl 

Collett, Mary Freeburg Rl 

Cox Isaac G Belleville R'8 

Durfee, George A. ..Belleville R6 
i;lorreich, Edward H..Belleville Rl 

Geolat, John Belleville R2 

'Vl':?,ssman, Fred L Freeburg Rl 

Hi , Otha E Freeburg Rl 

Hill, Vando O Freeburg R3 

Hill, William H Freeburg Rl 

_ Holcomt, John H Freeburg, Rl 

*Holcomb", Laclede ... .Freeburg ,Ri 
*Irwin, George O..New Athens Ra 

*Jttner Belleville 

Kabureck, Albert W. . .(Freeburg Rl 

Kabureck, Philip Freeburg Rl 

Kaufman. F. C Marissa R2 

Kempf, William Millstadt Ra 

Kirleis, r red Waterloo R3 

Kochmann, Fred W. ..Millstadt R3 

Kraft. Adam Belleville Rl 

♦Lawrence, Ebeni ..New Athens R3 



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ESTABUSHED 1864 



BELLEVILLE 



ILLINOIS 



More than SO years has this firm served its patrons with Quality 
Merchandise at prices that are right. It's ever growing list — of 
satisfied customers proves the merit of its merchandise — and its 
service. 

Only Standard Grades of Merchandise are offered 

you in our Allied lines of 

DRY GOODS, FLOOR COVERINGS AND LADIES' READY TO 

WEAR GOODS 
A Partial List of Nationally Advertised Goods which we offer 
you follows: 



We Sell aad f^ 
the following 



Munsingwear Underwear 
Kayser Silk Hosiery 
Racine Shirts 
Skinner's Satins 
Belding Silks 
Bradley Knit Wear 
Brighton-Carlsbad-Sleepingwear 
Dove Undermuslins 
Wooltex Coats and Suits 
Annis Furs 
Motor-weave Robes 
Mohawk Silk Gloves 




Recommend 
TripleGGoods 



Centemeri Gloves 
Bissell's Carpet Sweepers. 
O'Cedar Mops and Polishes 
Crex-Grass Rugs 
Quaker Lace Curtains 
Home Journal Patterns 
Barmon Electric House Dresses 
Paul Jones Middies 
Kabo Corsets 
Fleisher Yams 
Hoosier Sheetings 
Duntley Vacuum Sweepers 



WHEN IN BELLEVILLE, MAKE THIS STORE YOUR 
HEADQUARTERS— YOU ARE WELCOME 

FUESS-nSCHER COMPANY 



The Dry Goods Store 



The Ladies' Wear Store 



BELLEVILLE 



The Carpet Store 

ILLINOIS 



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Levin, Alfred East St. Louis Rl 

Lurtz, Edward L Belleville R6 

Mueller, George A Millstadt R2 

Ohlendorf, Louis . . .-.(Freeburg R3 

Osick, William H Millstadt Rl 

*Pfeffer. Charles M. ..Millstadt R2 
*Pfingsten, Edward W. Belleville 'R4 

*Pfingsten, John Belleville R5 

Rix, William E Freeburg Rl 

Ruckriesel. Charles .. .Belleville Rfi 
Schneider, Joseph P.. .Millstadt R2 
Schneider, Louis A. . .Waterloo R3 

Seibert, Gustav j 'Freeburg Rl 

'Slogier, Steve Belleville R.3 

Smith, Elmer W Millstadt R2 

Smith, Joseph P Freeburg 

Stookey, iCharles D. ..Freeburg Rl 

Stookey, Elven S Freeburg Rl 

Sutter, George W Millstadt R2 

Tiedemann, Edwin ...O'Fallon R2 

Trefzer, William Belleville R6 

Voelkel, William H. ..Belleville Rl 

*Voellinger. Edward M., Belleville R4 

Weibacher, Herman ..Millstadt R2 

Winters, Mrs. William. . .Lenzburg 

Wolf, Edwin G Freeburg Rl 

Zinck, Antone Mascoutah k1 



HOGS 

BERKSHIRE 

Betns, Alex. H. E. Carondelet Rl 

*Carr, Albert L Freeburg Rl 

Carr, iRobert L (Freeburg R3 

Carr, Thos. A. & Sons Freeburg Rl 
Fischer, Fred N.Centerville Sta. Rl 

Grodon, August Belleville R6 

Hausmann, Anton 'Freeburg R3 

Hill, Otha E Freeburg Rl 

Hill, Vando. O Freeburg R3 

Hill, William H Freeburg Rl 

Htmstedt, Anthony J.. Millstadt Rl 

Hirstein, Daniel J Trenton Ra 

Hirstein, John Trenton R3 

Holcomb, John H Freeburg Rl 

Holcomb, Laclede, Freeburg Rl 

Holdener, Fred • 

Edgemont Sta. East St. Louis R4 
Kabureck, Albert W. . . Freeburg Rl 

Krupp, Jacob Belleville R3 

*Miller, William L... Belleville Rl 

*Neff, Ignatius New Athens R2 

Ohlendorf, Louis Freeburg R3 

Ozee, Walter E East St. Louis 

Richter Phillip Millstadt Rl 

Scharf, C. Richard ....Millstadt Rl 



fRhein Feed Company | 

^ FLOUR AND FEED t 



PiV8hury''8 Best Flour 



Enterprise Flour 



BIG "Q" Dairy Feed, Schumacher Stock Feed, Schu- 
^ macher Calf Meal, Full O' Pep Scratch Grains, Full 0' 

X Pep Dry Mash 

X 

X We also handle Hay and Grain of all kinds and other feeds of high 

4 quality. 



± Kinloch Phone 727 

X 212-214 East "B" STREET 
X 



Bell Phone 397 
BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 



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205 to 241 
E. MAIN ST. 



IN CONNECTION WITH FELLNER-CROW CO., 
EAST ST. LOUIS, ILL.. 



Largest distributors of Dry Goods, Ready to Wear Garments, Floor 
Coverings and Draperies. Our great buying power through the com- 
bined stores enables us to handle large quantities, thereby showing 
complete assortments of best qualities at most reasonable prices. 



The following are familiar brands that are exclusive with us and 
have given satisfaction for many years. 



Kayser Gloves and Hosiery 
Monarch and Topsy Hosiery 
Monarch, Maline and Carter 

Underwear 
W. B. Redusjj Corsets 
LaPorte Wool and Worsted 

Goods 
Skinner's Satins 
Utopia Yarn, Nasna Blankets 
Butterick Fashions and De- 

linerator 
Coat's Sewing and Crochet 

Threads 



"Gold Seal" Congoieum Rugs 

"Neponset" Felt Floor Cover- 
ing 

Armstrong Printed and Inlaid 
Linoleum 

Deltox Mattings and Grass Rugs 

Bigelow Hartford Rugs 

Colonial Cretonnes 

Scranton Nets and Lace Cur- 
tains 

Brenlin Shades 

O'Cedar Polish and Mops 

Vudor Porch Shades 



Fellner Ratheim D. G. Co. 

205 TO 211 E. MAIN STREET 

BELLEVILLE - - - ILLINOIS 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS. ST. CLAIR COUNTY 






SAENGERS 

BEST PLACE TO BUY 

DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, CARPETS 

SHOES 

LADIES* READY-TO-WEAR 

KUPPENHEIMER CLOTHES 

DOROTHY DODD SHOES 
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? "Good quality" is why this Store is one of the best in Southern Illinois J 
V * 

I Jos. Saenger Mercantile Company ^ 

I BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 



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Schoene Benjamin J. ..Trenton R2 
♦Smith Alonzo M Freeburg Rl 

Trefzer, William Belleville R6 

♦Waeltz, Charles E Freeburg R2 

Weil, Arthur € Mascoutah R2 

Wessel, John B Millstadt R2 

CHESTER WHITE 

*Agne, Louis Belleville Rl 

♦Bickert, John W Belleville Rl 

Bogner, Valentine Freeburg Rl 

♦Christopher, Prosper .Freeburg R3 

*Donze, August A Belleville R4 

Grossmann, George CMillstadt R2 
G'rossmann, GHistave ..Millstadt R2 

Guckes, i. red Millstadt R2 

Haas, Ed A Mascoutah R2 

*Haupt, Louis New Athens R3 

Hlock, Frank Ml^'stadr Rf.' 

Holdener, Mathew 

Edgemont Sta. East St. Louis R4 
Irwin, George O. ..New Athens R3 

Jacob, George P Trenton R3 

Kabureck, Albert W. ..'Freeburg Rl 

Kabureck, Phillip Freeburg Rl 

Kern, Louis C Waterloo R3 

Klingelhoefer, Gus...New Memphis 

Kraft, Adam Belleville Rl 

Meyer, Theodore Millstadt Rl 

Mueller. Edward V. ..Milfetadt Rl 



♦Mueller, Jacob W Belleville R5 

Mueller, Phillip T Millstadt Rl 

Muskopf, Philip Millstadt (R2 

•Pfeffer, Charles Millstadt R2 

Quirin. Charles Millstadt R2 

Quitmeyer, Fred Trenton R3 

*Reiss, George W iFreeburg R3 

Reiss, William H Trentom R2 

Renth, John Fred. . .Mascoutah R2 
Rolle, John B. Edgemont Station, 
East St. Louis R4. 

Sdhneider, Otto A Freeburg R3 

Schwab, Fred J Millstadt R2 

Stapf , Louis Mascoutah 

Strub, Walter L Lebanon R2 

♦Voellinger, Edward M. Belleville R4 

•Weber, Theodore. .New Athens Rl 
Werner. Daniel Millstadt Rl 

CHESTNUT BLACK 

LePere, William J Columbia Rl 

DUROC JERSEY 

♦Albert. Lhas Millstadt R2 

♦Albert. William Millstadt Rl 

Andres, Jacob Mascoutah Rl 

Bechtoldt. Henry. Jr. .Belleville Rl 

Bettis. Alexander H. East Carondclet 

♦Brandenburger, A. New Athens R2 

♦Brown, David Marissa R2 



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Quality Vs, Price 

THE MOST IMPORTANT QUESTION BEFORE EVERY 
MANUFACTURER TODAY 

The cost of everything has gone sky high. The manufacturers 
have one of two courses to choose — raise the price or lower the 
quahty. It is impossible to hold up quality and keep down prices. 
Our policy is and has always been to keep up the quality. Exper- 
ience has shown that quality goods are cheapest in the end. 






We believe in making every 
Perfect Range or Stove an ex- 
ample of our motto PERFECT 
IN EVERY WAY. 

The public would not permit 
us to lower the quality of our 
Perfect line. 

You may be a Perfect owner. 

Why did you buy a Perfect? 

Because it was low priced? 
No! Because you were im- 
pressed with Perfect quality. 

PERFECT IN EVERY 
WAY. 



Authorized Selling Agents at 

Belleville, East St. Louis, Lebanon, Mascoutah, Waterloo, 

Columbia, Freeburg. 



PERFECT STOVE AND 
MANUFACTURING CO. 

BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Buedher, Emil S Millstadt Rl 

♦Clark, John H Belleville Rl 

Cox, Isaac G Belleville R6 

Dickhaut. Gustave L Mascoutah 

Durfee, George A Belleville R6 

Eckert, Eugene Mascoutah R3 

Eidman, Louis B. ...Mascoutah R3 

Feder, Joseph A O'Fallon R2 

Florreich, Edward H.. Belleville Rl 
Prerking, George H. Mascoutah Rl 

Fruth, iierman Belleville Rl 

Grammet, William . . Belleville R2 

G^aul, Henry Mascoutah Rl 

Graul, Martin Mascoutah Rl 

♦Hangsleben, Herman F. Mascoutah 

♦Harris, Henry, East Carondelet Rl 

Hartman, Harrison H.Freeburg Rl 

Heiner, Howard Belleville Rl 

Hennecke, Charles Millstadt iR2 

Hoevelkamp, Charles B 

East St. Louis Rl 

♦Hoffman, H. H Belleville Rl 

Hulliung, Albert ... Mascoutah Rl 

Klein, Charley Mascoutah R3 

Krumper, Fred J St. Libory Rl 

Lautenschlaeger, Conrad G 

Mascoutah Rl 

♦Lawrerrce, Ebeni ..New Athens R3 

♦Leibig, John H Mascoutah Rl 

Lembke, Rudolph F. Mascoutah R3 



Lindauer, Fred Millstadt Rl 

Linder, :i:'rank J Mascoutah R3 

Miller, Phihp L MUlstadt Rl 

Odle, George Edgemont Sta. East 
St. Louis, R2. 

Pencak, Joseph 

Edgemont Sta. East St. Louis R3 

Retry, Christ Freebui^g R3 

Petry, Philip H Millstadt R2 

Pfingsten, John W Belleville R5 

Rau, Peter, Jr. . . Columbia R2 

Rinker, Meredith , 

Edgemont Sta. East St. Louis R4 
♦Schlichter, Walter a. Mascoutah Rl 

♦Scott. Felix M O'Fallon Rl 

Seile, Louis F Milstadt Rl 

Seibert, Louis Mascoutah Rl 

Stoneman, Mark D. ..'Freeburg R2 

Stumpf, Louis R Millstadt Rl 

Wessel, Peter B Millstadt Rl 

Wilderman, Julius T. ..Freeburg Rl 

Wolf, Edwin G. .... Freeburg iRl 

♦Woodrome, Martin ..Belleville R5 

Young, Harry E. E. Carondelet Rl 

ESSEX 

Griebei William F. .Mascoutah R3 

HAMPSHIRE 

♦Bischoff, Philip Mascoutah Rl 

Eckert, George V Lenzburg Rl 



T. J. PRICE 




We carry a large assortment 

of Musical Instruments and 

Sheet Music. 

Victor and Edison Talking 
Machines and Records. 




Bell Phone 299 
IS West Main Street 



We sell the New Home Sewing Machines 
and carry a fine line of Pianos- and 
Player Pianos. 

Kinloch Phone 209 
BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 



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Hoevelkamp, Charles B. East 'St. 

Louis Rl 

Kehrer, John ."Masooutah R3 

Klingel, Herman O.-Mascoutah R3 

Maurer! Ben Columbia R2 

Muskopf, Walter H. Millstsadt R2 

*Schaller, Philip, J. New Athens R3 

Vahlkamp, Hubert ..Ma-coutah R3 

Wei], William A Belleville R6 

POLAND CHINA 

Bartellbart, Henry O'Fallon Rl 

Batton, Jacob B Mascoutah R2 

Becherer, John Belleville R2 

Bechtlofft. Adam O'Fallon Rl 

Behrens, Miss Cora O'Fallon Rl 

Bertelsmann, Henry ..Belleville R5 

Besse, John iF Millstadt Rl 

Beste, Edward L Freeburg R2 

Blaies, Kdward Belleville Rl 

Bolle, Hugo W Mascoutah R3 

♦Bossier, Nicholas S. . . OlFallon Rl 
♦Brandenburger, Philip Freeburg R3 

Buehle, George J Belleville R2 

Clark, Fred J Belleville R6 

Corvey, William H. ..Millstadt Rl 
Xlkj-vington, Willis Lebanon R2 



Dawes, William, J O'Fallon Rl 

Durfee, George A Belleville R6 

*Eckert, Otto Millstadt R2 

EtHng, Walter P Millstadt R2 

*Fauth, George Marissa R2 

'Griffin, Charles Belleville R6 

Griffiin^, Laclede Belleville R6 

Grodeon, Ed>ward . . Mascoutah R3 
Grossman, Fred L Freeburg Rl 

♦Grossman. Fred W. . .Belleville IR2 

Haas, Philip A Mascoutah Rl 

Hangsleben, Wm. H. ..O'Fallon Rl 
Hankammer, Wm. ...Millstadt Rl 

Heiner, Howard Belleville Rl 

Helfnch, Jacob Wa:terloo R3 

Hilt, Clarion M Freeburg Rl 

♦Hoffmann, ^George H. Waterloo R3 
Hoffmann, Mrs. Mary Waterloo 'R3 

Holdener, Melchoir 

Edgemont Sta. East St. Louis R4 
Hopfinger, Arthur G. Mascoutali R3 
irfucke, Joseph Millstadt Rl 

♦Ittncr, Walter N Belleville 

iveck, Louis L Lebanon R2 

Kirleis, Fred Waterloo R3 

Kleber, Henry A Millstadt R2 

Kuehner, John P. E. Carondelet Rl 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



KINLOCH 74 



BELL 73 



Walter J* Ruedi^er 

Successor to GEORGE C. REBHAN 

Real Estate Loans 
and Insurance 



SOUTH WING NATIONAL HOTEL 

NEAR COURT HOUSE BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 



Kunze, Gustave Belleville R6 

*Lauter, Edward P. ..Mascoutah R3 

^Miller, C. W Belleville R2 

Mohr, Mrs. Katy Millstadt R2 

Mueller, Albert C Belleville R6 

Mueller, George Millstadt Rl 

Mueth, Louis, Waterloo R3 

Obernuefmann, Joseph. O'Failon R] 
Pen'cak, Philip,. ....New Athens iR2 

*Rapp, Gregory Belleville R6 

Rasp, Victor Btelleville R6 

Reichert, Anton W. ..Millstadt RZ 

Rodemick, John W Millstadt R£ 

Rodemick, Robert L. ..Millstadt Rl 

Roos, iGeorge Millstadt Rl 

Rosenberger, Otto G. ..Waterloo R.3 

Schaefer, Phillip Freeburg P2 

Scharf, John L BelleviTle R5 

Scherer, John P Mascoutah R3 

Schmid, Fred W Dupo 

Sclitibert, Walter T. ..Millstadt Rl 

Schwinn. Fred L Belleville R4 

Seibert, Henry C Belleville Rl 

Seibert, Theodore Belleville R2 

Siebert, Albert W Belleville R2 

Sommer, Michael, Jr...Marissa Rl 
Tiedemann, Edward ..O'Failon R2 
Voelkel, William H. ..Belleville Rl 

Weik, Joseph C .Freebut-g R3 

Weil, Arthur C Mascoutah R2 



Whitehead, Henry ....O'Failon Rl 

♦Wilderman, Milton .. .Belleville R6 

Wirth, Philip Waterloo Rs 



HORSES 



BELGIAN 

♦Hirstein, Jiohn Trenton R2 

PERCHERON 

Bolle, Hugo W Mascoutah R3 

*Dehn, Henry Millstadt R2 

Dohrmann, Wm. P. Sr. Millstadt R2 
♦Grossmann, John . Millstadt R2 

Heiner, Howard Belleville Rl 

*Leibig, John H Mascooitah Rl 

♦Miller, Peter Belleville Rl 

♦Miller, Wilmer L Belleville Rl 

Muskopf, tritz Millstadt R2 

♦iSommer, Michael, Jr. ..Marissa Rl 

Stapf, Louis Mascoutah 

♦Steinheimer, Edw. L. ..Marissa R2 

* Stroll, Pred Lenzburg Rl 

♦Wagner, Henry Marissa Rl 

Wessel, John B. ...'...Millstadt R2 

STANDARD BRED 

Hangsleben, Herman F 

Mascoutah Rl 



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M. L. McCLURE, President 
E. W. HOUX, Vice-President 

Commission Company 

CASH CAPITAL $500,000 
National Stock Yards, Illinois 

1 893 1919 

Over a Quarter of a Century of Suc- 
cessful Business. Surely an 
Enviable Record. 

The high class of its officers, their invariable oolicy of retaining only 
the best men money could get and the confidence and loyalty of their 
customers, many of whose patronage the company has enjoyed prac- 
tically since its organization, has made this achievement possible. 
JOIN THE RANK AND FILE: SHIP TO DRUMM 
One Shipment will convince you our methods are the best. 

We Quote the Market As It Is 

C. C. HOLCOMB, Manager 

Cattle Salesmen: Cliff Mackey, Tyler Fray, Everette Wilson 
Dan Collons, Sheep Salesman Josh Davis, Hog Salesman 

Drumm Commission Company 



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TROTTING 

Knipp, George J Mascoutah Rl 



CHICKENS 



SHEEP 



COTSWOLP 

*Hangsleben, Herman F 

Mascoutah Rl 

SHROPSHIRE 

♦Eidman, Louis B. .. .Mascoutah R3 

Hill, Clarion M Freeburg Rl 

>Hlullinng, Albert Mascoutah Rl 

*Leibig, John H. . . . ,Masooutah Rl 

*Pfeffer, Chas M Millstadt R2 

♦Schaller, Philip, J. ..New Athens /R.3 

Seibert, Gustave Freeburg Rl 

Wilderman, Loren ...Freeburg Rl 

JACKS 



♦Dehni, Henry Millstadt R2 

♦Short, R. S Marissa 

♦Smith, Isaac Marissa R3 

♦Sommer, Michael, Jr. ..Marissa Rl 

Vallow, Herschel Lebanon Ra 

Wagner, Henry Marissa Rl 



ANCONA 

Brenner, Wm Smithton 

LIGHT BRAHMA 

Haenber, Mate Mascoutah R3^ 

Kruger, Chas 

Edgemont Sta. East St. Louis R3 

Kuehn, Henr-^ Mascouta'h Rl 

Ozee, Walter E. ..East St. Louis Rl 

Zinck, Antone Mascoutah Rl 

BUFF COCHIN 

Ernst, Henry W Mascoutah R3 

HAMBURG 

Reinhardt, F. H Mascoutah R3 

LANGSHAN 

Klein, Nick, Sr O'^Pallon Rl 

Richter, Louis Mascoutah R2 

BROWN LEGHORN 

Brandenburger, A. New Athens R2 

Mueth, Louis 'Waterloo RS 

Rodemidh, Fred ^G Millstadt Rl 

♦Walker, Albert H Marissa R3 

BUFF LEGHORN 

Koch, Herman C Millstadt Ra 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



WHITE LEGHORN 

*Agne, Louis Belleville Rl 

Armbruster, John New Athens R2 

Besse, Tacob Millstadt Rl 

♦Germann, Otto Millstadt R? 

♦Goodman, Henry W. ..Belleville Rl 

^Hangsleben, Herman F 

Mascoutah Rl 

♦Heller, \Vm Lenzburg Rl 

*Hertlein, John J Belleville R6 

♦Kamper, John R Lenzburg Rl 

*Kinzel, Val G New Athens R3 

Kleber. Henry A Millstadt R2 

Lopinot, L. M E. St. Louis Kl 

*Mueth, Catherine ..New Athens !R2 

*Muren, John L Belleville R6 

Pfeffer. Chas M Millstadt R2 

♦Rayburn, jas. L Millstadt Rl 

Thereon, J. B 

Edgemont Sta. East St. Louis R3 
*\Voodrome, Martin ....Belleville R5 

YELLOW LEGHORN 

Helfrich, Frank A Waterloo R3 

Morearty, Michael J. Waterloo RS 

BLACK MINORCA 

♦Lawrence, Ebeni ..New Athens R3 
Lopinot, L. M. ..East St. Louis Rl 



*Meck, Norton Marissa R3 

♦Kayburn, I.ts. I Millstadt Rl 

BUFF ORPINGTON 

♦Austin Chas Marissa R2 

•Raer. Samuel S Lebanon Rl 

♦Brutto. Jos Belleville Rl 

♦Daniel, Ben St. Libory Kl 

Emmerich. Martin ..Mascoutah 21 

•hauth. Geo Marissa 

♦Gaubatz, Conrad G.... Marissa R3 
*Hoh. Edw Mascoutah R3 

Holcomb, John H hrecburg Rl 

Holdener, Jos. A. Edgemont Station 
East St. Louis R4 

♦Ittner, Walter N Belleville 

♦Kaufman, r. C Mariss? R2 

♦Kirchhoefer, Michael, Freeburg R2 

♦Mclntyre, T. N Marissa Rs 

*Ruth. Walter S Mascoutan R2 

♦Smith, Isaac Marissa R2 

♦Waeltz, Chas. E Freeburg R2 

Zinck, Edw. F Mascoutah R3 

WHITE ORPINGTON 

♦Haupt. Louis New Athens R3 

Holdener. Matthew 

Edgemont Sta. East St. Louis R4 
Holdener, Melchoir 

Edgemont Sta. East St. Louis R4 



Phone, East 1267 Bell St. Clair, 1266 Kinloch 

"When your Cattle, Hogs or Sheep are in the hands of 

C. E. White & Company 

YOU are assured of Sales and Service, that others MAY equal but 
no one can EXCEL, and we grant every favor consistent with conser- 
vative business. 

Ask your neighbor and shippers they KNOW.'' 



SEND YOUR CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP TO 

C. E. WHITE & CO. 

ST. CLAIR CO. NATIONAL STOCK YARDS, ILL. 

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♦|* E. P. SLATEN, President B. E. McDOW, Secretary and Treasurer .*♦ 



I East St. Louis Commission Co. I 

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GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS & 

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EAST ST. LOUIS, ILL. X 

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Humphries, Edw. H. Mascoutah R3 
♦Weber, Theo. O. ..New Athens Rl 

BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK 

Alexander, R. A Belleville Rg 

Baer, Otto J Lebanon Rl 

*Baer, Samuel S Lebanon Rl 

Barttelbart, Henry O'Fallon Rl 

Batton, Jacob P Mascoutah R2 

Bechtold, Arthur R. . .Belleville R6 

Beil, Geo. A Belleville IR 6 

Bender, Chris J Belleville Rl 

Bender, Nicholas C. ..Belleville R6 

Bertelsman. Geo Freeburg Rl 

Bertelsmann, Edwr. L. Bellevilk R3 
Bertelsmann, Mrs. F... Belleville R2 
Bertelsmann, Henry Belleville R5 

Besse, Jolxn iF Millstadt Rl 

BoUe. Hugo W Mascoutah R3 

Buechle, Leopold Belleville Rl 

*Carr, Albert L iFreeburg Rl 

Carr, Rupert L Freeburg R3 

Clark, Fred J Belleville R6 

Cox, Isaac 'G *. Belleville R6 

Culli, Christ Mascoutah R3 

*Curry, iC. H Marissa Ra 

Dickhaut, Gustavo L. ... Mascoutah 

Dickhaut, Jdhn Mascoutah Rl 

Dickhaut, Julius Mascoutah 

Dickhaut, Robt. J. ..Mascoutah Rl 



Dierberger, Xavier ..Mascoutah R2 

*Doerr, Daniel, East Carondelet Rl 

Durfee, Geo. A Belleville R& 

Eckcrt, Chas. W New Memphis 

Eidman, Louis B. .. .Mascoutah R3 

♦Emmerich, Gust. P. ..Belleville R6 

Engler, Martin T Millstadt R2 

Etiing, Ohlristian treeburg R3 

Etiing, Walter P Millstadt R2 

Fanke, Chas Lenzburg 

Frerking, Geo. H Mascoutah Rl 

Frierdich, Edw. C Millstadt Rl 

Frierdich. Otto J Millstadt Ra 

♦Glade, Henry Belleville R4 

Graul, Henry Mascoutah Rl 

Griebel, Wm. F Mascoutah R3 

Griffin, Chas Bellewille RR 

Griffin, J. Boon Belleville R6 

Griffin, Laclede Belleville R6 

Guckes, Fred Millstadt R3 

Gutherz, Geo. P Millstadt Rl 

*Hanft. Chas. R....New Athens R3 
Hangsleben, Wm. H. ..O'Fallon Rl 

*Hankammer, Geo. C Belleville R5 

Hankammer, Wm Millstadt Rl 

Hausmann, Anton J. Freeburg R3 

Heiner, Howard Belleville Rl 

Henrici. Conrad A. ..Millstadt R2 

Hill, Otha E Freeburg Rl 

Hill, Vando O. ...... IFreeburg R3 



REYNOLDS SEED AND COMMISSION CO. 

GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS 

Kinloch. St. aair 374; Bell, Brid^ S2C; Kinloch St. Clair U31-L 
FARM AND FIELX) SEEDS IN BULK 

We buy from THE FARMER DIRECT Poultry, Butter, Egjfs, Potatoes, Fruit, 

Clover Seed and cJl lands of produce. 
15-17 NORTH THIRD STREET -:- -:- EAST ST. LOUIS. ILL. 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Hill, Wm. H Freeburg Rl 

Hirstein, Daniel J Trenton R2 

Hoepfinger, Geo. C. ..Millstadt R2 

♦Holcomb, Laclede Freeburg Rl 

♦Hoffmann, iGeo. H. . .Waterloo R3 
Honer, Mrs. Mary E. .. .Belleville 
Hopfinger, Arthur G. Mascoutrh R3 

Hullinng, Albert Mascoutah Rl 

J acobi, Geo Millstadt R2' 

Jokisch, John H Mascoutah R3. 

Kabureck, Albert W.. Freeburg Rl 

Kabureck, Phillip Freeburg Rl 

Kajbfleisch, R. G M 

♦Kamper, John R Lenzburg Rl 

*Kaufman. F. C Marissa R2 

♦Keck, Adam Belleville. R5 

Keck, John 'F Millstadt Rl 

Keller, Louis P Millstadt Ra 

Keller, Walter Millstadt Rl 

Knobeloch, Arthur .. Belleville R6 
Kochmann, Fred W. .Millstadt R2 
Kombrink, Henry J. ..ireeburg Re 

Kraft, Adam ..Belleville Rl 

♦Kramper, Fred J St. Libpry Ri 

Kropp, Wm Millstadt R2 

Kunze, IGustave Belleville R6 

Lemieux, Jos. E E. St. Louis Rl 

Lester, Samuel East iCarondelet 

♦Lickenbrock, Mary.. St. Liborj' Rl 
♦Liebig, John H Mascoutah Rl 



Lindauer, Wm Millstadt R2 

Lopinot, L. M. East 'St. Louis Rl 

Maurer, Ben Columbia R2 

Meckfessel, Artnur W.Belleville R3 

*Miller, Wilmer L Belleville Rl 

Mittelsletter, Phillip ..Millstadt R2 
Mueller, Mrs. Emilia. .Millstadt R8 

Mueller, Fred A Millstadt R2 

Mueller, Geo. A Millstadt R2 

Muciler, Jos. D Belleville Ra 

Mueller, Phillip T. ...■. Millstadt Rl 
Muehlhausen, Geo. J.. Mascoutah R3 
Muskopf, Peter T Millstadt R2 

*Pfmgsten, John W. ..Belleville R5 

Press, Michael W Smithton 

Quinn, Chas Millstadt Ra 

Rasp, Peter O'Fallon Ri 

Rasp, Victor Belleville R6 

iRau, Peter Jr Columbia R2 

Reichert, Anton W. . .Millstadt R2 

*Repple, Philip Maris.-,a R2 

Riedel, Henry C Mills»?.c!t .va 

Riess, Albert Mascoutaii F.2 

Rodemich, Fred G Milii'^a-lt Rl 

Rodemich, John W. ..Millstadt R'i 

Roos, Adam Millstadt R2 

Russell, Elijah. . .East St. Louis Rl 

Saenger, Fred Mascoutah 

Schlichter, Robert . . f%f.Tsc:utah Rl 

♦Schlueter, Anna Frc'-'lvir,.? R'i 



ZIMMERMAN 



Undertakers & Funeral Directors 

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LIVERY AND BOARDING 

WE HAVE AN UP-TO-DATE CHAPEi. 

AUTO AMBULANCE SERVICE 

CARRIAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS 

AUTOMOBILE STORAGE 



109-117 NORTH ILLINOIS STREET 



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Office, Bell 120, Kinloch 3S-L Residence, Bell 515 

0. C. EIDMAN 

FARMS AND CITY PROPERTY 
MORTGAGES. BONDS 

SAFE and HONEST INVESTMENTS OF $100.00 and UPWARDS 



We Specialize in Municipal Bonds. One of the safest investments 

you can make. 



Consult with us if you want to invest your money in a safe place. 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING 
First Floor. 



Illinois Street 



BELLEVILLE. ILLINOIS 



Schneider, Chas. H Lenzburg 

.Schneider, Emil P LenaLurj; Rl 

Schneider, Joe P M-' ;ti<it Kl 

Schneider, John Mi.'.stadt B.2 

Schneider, Louis A. ..Waterloo R3 

■Schneider, Otto A Freebu.v ^3 

Schoene, Benj. J Trenton R2 

Schubert, Louis Beilevilli R6 

*Scott. Felix M O'Fallon !Ri 

Siebert, Albert W Belleville R2 

Siebert, Geo Millstadt Rl 

Smith, Alonzo M Freeburg Rl 

Sped, Joe W Freeburg Rj 

Stoeckel, Mrs. Rose ..Millstadt Ri 
Stookey, Chas. A. ... Belleville R5 

Stookey, Eben S Freeburg Rl 

Stutz, Theo Millstadt RJi 

Tiberend, Edw Mascoutah R3 

♦Timmermeister, Joha Belleville R5 

Tyberend, Wni. F Freeburg R2 

Vahlkamp, Hubert ..Mascoutah R3 
Valerius, John F Belleville Rl 

♦Voellinger, Edw. . M. .Belleville R4 
Watschirtger, Henry Mascout.nh Rl 

♦Weisa, Walter H. .. .F-cl.nrg R2 

*Wi1derman, Milton . ..Belleville R6 
Wirth, Philip Waterloo R3 



*Wolf, Edw. P Freeburg R2 

Wolfersberger, Otto J 

Mascoutah R3 

Yeske, Margaret Freeburg Rl 

Zeilmann, Lorenz J. ..Frerburg Rl 
Zotz, 'Chas Lebanon Rl 

BUFF PLYMOUTH ROCK 

Jung, Wm. J Mascoutah R3I 

*Kramper, Mrs. Anna St. Libory Rl 

PARTRIDGE PLYMOUTH 
ROCK 

Brandenbnrger, Al. New \theiis R.2 
Schmidt. Otto F Manssa Ra 

WHITE PLYMOUTH ROCK 

*Albert. Wm Millstadt 'Rl 

Allen, Aseph, Edgemo-it vStation 

East St. Louis R3 

♦Bertelsmann, Elmer D. B-Um'ilb R» 
Renth, John, Fred. .Mascoutah R* 

*Richter, Edmu-:d W. Mascoiitih Rl 
Smith, Jos. P Freeburg 

*Weise. Max T .NJ^w Athens R5 

RHODE ISLAND RED 

Beck. Henrv New N- liens R5 

Beil, Mike F. jr Bellwi'.ie RIB 



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Bischoff. Chas. H. ..Mascoutah R3 

Blaies. Edw Belleville Rl 

Buehler. Geo. J Belleville R2 

Carr,, A. Monroe ....Freeburg Rl 
Carr, Thos. A. & Sons Freeburg Rl 

Eckert, Alvin O Belleville Rl 

Eckert, Eugene ... .Mascoutah 'R3 

Emge, Ralph F Belleville 

Emring. Chas. J East St. Louis 

♦Fischer, Ferdinand Smithton 

Florreich. Edw. H Belleville Rl 

Geolat. John Belleville R2 

Germann. Louis Millstadt R2 

Grahmann, Chas. Jr 

Centerville Sta. Rl 

Grahmann, Chas 

East St. Louis R2 

Greunewald, Otto W. . . .Lenzburg 

Grossman. Fred L Freeburg IRi 

*Grossmann. 'Fred W Belleville 

*Grossmann, John H. . .Millstadt R2 
♦Harris, Henry ..East Carondelet Rl 

♦Heller. Wm Lenzburg Rl 

Helms. EdviT. S Belleville Rl 

Hesse, Frank E Freebuig Rl 

Hoevelkaiup, Chas. B 

East St. Louis Rl 

Keller. Clias Millstadt R2 

Klingel, Ohas Mascoutah R3 

Klingel, ^lerman I.. Mascoutah R3 



♦Kramper, iFred J St. Libory Ri 

Kuehn, Wan. L Mascoutah Ri 

♦Lahman, Wm. C Marissa R2 

♦Lopinc, Julius Belleville Rl 

Lopinot. L. M. East St. Louis .Rl 

Marxe, W. J Millstadt Rl 

Maur. Herman New Athens R3 

Mitchell, Fred A Belleville R5 

Muskopf, Walter H. ..Millstadt R2 

Ohlendorf, Louis Freeburg R 3 

Pellmann. Emil G Belleville R2 

Retry, Phillip H Millstadt 'R2 

Pommer, Jos. R. Centervville Sta. Rl 
Quinn, Fred rl Millstadt Rl 

♦Rayburn, Jas. L Millstadt Rl 

♦Riess, Edw Mascoutah Rl 

Riess, Otto Mascoutah Rl 

i<ix, Wm. E Freeburg Rl 

^-odemich, Fred 'G Millstadt Rl 

Rodemich, Wm. F Millstadt Rl 

♦Ross, Herman Belleville R2 

Schmitz, Nick, Jr. ..Mascoutah R3: 

Seibert, Arthur O'iPallon Rl 

Seibert, Cjustave Freeburg Rl 

Seibert, Henry C Belleville Rl 

Seibert, Jonn F Belleville Rl 

Seibert, Theo Belleville Rl 

Smith, Elmer W Millstadt Rl 

♦Stookey, Chas. D Freeburg Rl 

Stroh, Fred Lenzburg Rl 






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There Should Be Music 
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invites you, before purchasing your instrument to visit their new store, where there 
are always three full floors of player Pianos and Victrolas which are always sold 
at lowest prices. 



ONLY 



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FOR THIS FULL SIZE 



$495 



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With Eukelele Attachment, Bench 
and 25 Rolls of Music. 

Free delivery ^anywhere in Southern 

Illinois. 

Special — Thirty days free trial offer 

puts you under no obligation, until 

you are fully satisfied. 




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i* 124 East Main Street 
£ Kinloch No. 999 



BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 

Bell No. 999 



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■Strub, Walter L Lebanon R2 

Stumpf, Louis R Millstadt Rl 

Suessmann, Chas 

Edgemont Sta. East St. Louis R2 

♦Weber, Theo. O. ..New Athens (Rl 

Weiss,' Walter H Freebur^ R2 • 

Werner, Dan Millstadt Rl 

Werner, Edw Millstadt R2 

♦Winter, Geo. H. ...New Athens R3 
Wylie, Jas. F Marissa R2 

*Wylie, John W Marissa R2 

Yung, Frank C Smithton 

RHODE ISLAND WHITE 

Snyder, M. A Belleville 

♦Stroeter, H. H. ..Edgemont Station 
East St. Louis R3 

SPECKLED SUSSEX 

♦Mclntyre, T. N Marissa R3 

GOLDEN WYANDOTTE 

Ninness, Ernest R...East St. Louis 

SILVER LACED WYANDOTTE 

Gauch, Geo. H Freeburg Rl 

WHITE WYANDOTTE 

Bechtold, Henry Jr. ..Belleville Rl 
Buecher, Emil S Millstadt Rl 



♦Burgard. Emil Marissa Rl 

Eckert, Martin H Lenzburg Rl 

♦Frantz, Edward L..New Athens Rl 

♦Fruth, Herman Belleville Rl 

♦Gabriel, Aug. E. Jr. ..Belleville Rl 

♦Gaebelt, Herman Lenzburg- 

*Hanft Aug. J New Athens Rrr 

Hanf t, Geo. E Lenzburg 

Henricks, John Smithton 

♦Herman, F. W-m. .New Athens Rl 

*Hofman, H. H Bellerille Rl 

♦Irwin, Geo. O New Athens R? 

Lurtz, Edw. L Belleville R6 

McBride, iom Millstadt Rl 

Mueller, Albert C Belleville R6 

Mueller. Geo Millstadt Rl 

TPetry, Phillip, H Millstadt R2 

Ruckriegel, Chas Belleville R.Sl 

♦Schaller, i^hillip, J... New Athens R3 

Seibert. Albert L Belleville Rl 

Strub, Walter L Lebanon R3 

Trefzer, Wm Belleville 'R6 

Wagner Bros., Belleville R6 

Weik, Jos. C Freeburg R3 

Weil, Wm. A Belleville R& 

*W'hite, Misses Lydia & Martha . . 

Millstadt Rl 

Willmann, Edw. L O'Fallon Rl 



FARM INSURANCE 

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FIRE AND LIGHTNING, HAIL INSURANCE ON GROWING 

CROPS, FIRE AND ACCIDENT ON REGISTERED LIVE STOCK 

AND RACE HORSES, GRAIN INSURANCE, SPECIAL RATES ON 

FARMERS' AUTOMOBILES AND TRACTORS. 

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BECKER & FLEISCHBEIN 

BELLEVILLE, ILL. 

Second Floor Commercial Building, above Kresge's Ten Cent Store. 



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Hucke Hardware Co. 



Established 1867 
17-19 EAST MAIN STREET 

BELLEVILLE 



ILLINOLS 



Hardware, Stoves, Chinaware 

BICYCLES AND SPORTING GOODS 
PAINTS, OIL, IRON, STEEL AND GLASS 

"BELLEVILLE WINC^HESTER STORE' 



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We Sell and Recommend the Following Triple-G Goods 



Sherwin-Williams Paints 
Chi-Namel Varnishes 
Cole's Hot Blast Stoves 
Buck's Stoves 
Mobiloils 



Quick Meal Stoves 
Detroit Vapor Stoves 
Eastman Kodaks 
Fisk Tires 
Federal Tires 




DUCKS 



DECOY 

Allen, Aseph, Edgemont Station E. 
. .'St. Louis R3 

INDIAN RUNNER 

Hock, Frank Millstadt R2 

*Tiemann, Fred J.r. Edgemont Station 
East St. Louis R2 

MALLARD 

NollTnann, Henry F. ..Millstadt Rl 

MUSCOVY 

Eckert, Otto Millstadt R2 

PEKIN 

Cox, Isaac G Belleville R6 

■^Emmerich, Gust, P. ..Belleville R6 

Haas, Ed A Masooutah Ra 

Keller, Louis P Millstadt R2 

Keller, Walter Millstadt Rl 

■♦Kinzel, Val. G Nev^^ Athens R3 

"^Kramper, Mrs. Anna. .St. Libory Rl 

Leingong, T. A Millstadt Rl 

Lindauer, Fred Millstadt Rl 

Maurer. , Ben Columbia R2 



*Smith, Alonzo M Freeburg IRi 

*Teter, Albert W. Lenrburg Rl 

♦Teter, Siherman Lenzburg Ri 

Voelkel, Wm. H Belleville Rl 

ROUEN 

Graul, Fred J Mascoutah Rl 

Gutherz. Geo. P Millstadt Rl 

GEESE 

CHINA 

Brandenburger, Al. New Athens R2 

EMDEN 

*Pfeffer. Chas. M Millstadt Ra 

GREY 

Buecher, Emil S Millstadt Rl 

Heltnch, Frank A. ..Waterloo Ra 

Hock, Frank Millstadt R2 

Jacobi, Albert Millstadt Rl 

Jacobi, Geo Millstadt R2 

Leingong, T. A Millstadt Rl 

Lindauer, Fred Millstadt Rl 

Nollmann, Henry F.. . Millstadt Rl 

Osick, Wm. H Millstadt Rl 

Reichert, Anton W. ..Millstadt R2 
Werner, Edw Millstadt Ra 



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YOU CAN REDUCE YOUR COST OF LIVING IF YOU WILL 

EAT MORE OF THAT DELICIOUS 

BREAD 

CHARM FLOUR 

MAKES 

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BUY IT FRESH AT THE MILL 

I. F. IMBS MILLING CO. 

BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 



TOULOUSE 

*Austin, Chas Marissa R3 

♦Fleischmann, Wm..New Athens R3 

Graul, Fred J Mascoutah Rl 

Honer, Mrs. Mary E Belleville 

Lindauer, Wm Millstad»t R2 

Lobstein, Leo . . Edgemont iStation 
East St. Louis R4 

Nuernberger, Geo. H 

New Athens R3 

Schuster, Jacob New Athens R3 

Snyder, M. A Belleville 

WHITE 

Gutherz, Geo. P Millstadt Rl 

TURKEYS 

WHITE 

Koch, Herman C Millstadt R2 

BEES 

ITALIAN 

♦Hummert, Henry J. Fayetteville R3 
♦Stroeter, H. H. Edgemont Station 
East Sit. Louis R3 

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Thomas, Jacob C Columbia Rl 

Waeltz, Louis Marissa R2 



DOGS 



AIREDALE 

*Brennan, Robt. L. East St. Lou's Rl 
♦Hoffmann, Geo. H. ..Waterloo R3 
*Schlesinger, Henry J... New Athens 

SCOTCH COLLIE 

Schwinn, Fred L Belleville R4 



GUINEAS 



GREY GUINEA 

Muell&r, Geo. A Millstadt R2 

WHITE GUINEAS 

♦Smith, Isaac Marissa R2 



HARES 



BELGIAN 

♦Brennan, kobt. L..E. St. Louis Rl 
*Deichman, Ben New Athens R3 



FAj1?MERS and breeders, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 






ST. CLAIR 

ENAMELED RANGES 

STEEL RANGES 

CAST RANGES 

COOK AND HEATING 

STOVES 



Belleville Stove 
& Range Co. 

Belleville, Illlinois 



NEW ZEALAND MALTES 

*Brennan, Robt. L. E. St. Louis Rl *Brennan, Robt. L. E. St. Louis Rl 

RUFUS RED 

♦Brennan, Robt. L. E. St. Louis Rl RED COKlNlSH 

pjQC'QJ^C *Brennan, Robt. L. E. St. Louis Rl 

CARRIER WHITE FANTAIL 

♦Brennan. Robt. L. E. St. Louis kl Koch, Herman C Millstadt R2 



Drs. Houston & Houston O. D. 

BELLEVILLE'S OPTICAL HOUSE 

We do our own lens grinding. Eyes tested, lenses groimd ""'^iliaailWIii^ 
and fitted while you wait. 

Kinloch Phone 938-R 





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YOUR HARVESTS 

will be good if the seeds are planted in the soil of a business education. No 
education comes so close to meeting the needs of the average young man or 
woman as a business education. No education has done so much to brighten 
the life and upbuild the fortune of individuals as a business education. There 
is no education that costs so little and pays so much as a business course. It 
opens to young men and women golden opportunities. Send for free catalogue 
and let us show you how a business education will help you. 

BELLEVILLE SAVINGS BANK BUILDING 

18 East Main St BELLEVILLE, ILL. 

Established 1893 



COMPOSITION OF COMMON HOC- FEEDS 

Dry Matter Mineral Digestible Nutrients in 

in 100 Lbs. Matter Carbo- 

Protein hydrates 

Corn .,^ 89.1 l.S 7.2 77.8 

Oats 89.0 3.5 10.7 51.0 

Wheat 89.5 1.8 11.9 72.4 

Barley 89.1 2.5 9.3 70.0 

Rye 88.4 2.0 11.3 73.8 

Buckwheat 87.4 1.0 7.7 49.2 

Millet 86.0 1.0 8.9 45.0 

Potatoes 21.1 0.8 0.9 16.3 

Sugar beets 13.5 1.0 1.1 10.2 

Mangels 9.1 1.0 1.1 5.4 

Turnips 9.5 0.8 1.0 7.2 

Pumpkins 9.1 0.8 1.0 5.8 

Alfalfa hay 91.6 7.0 11.0 39.6 

Red clover hay 84.7 7.0 6.8 35.8 

Soy beans 89.2 5.0 29.6 22.3 

Cowpeas 85.:? 5.0 18.3 54.2 

Tankage 93.0 IS.O 55.0 4.0 

Oil meal ;.90.0 60 30.0 32.0 

Wheat middlings 87.9 4.1 12.8 53.0 

Rye middlings 90.7 4.0 11.9 45.1 

Red dog flour 90.3 1.7 13.5 61.3 

Bran 88.1 5.8 12.2 39.2 

gluten feed 92.2 1.3 20.4 48.4 

luten meal 91.8 1.0 25.8 43.3 

Kaffir corn 84.8 16 7.8 57.1 

Skim milk 9.7 0.8 3.6 5.1 

Buttermilk 9.6 0.8 3.6 O.S 



100 Lbs. 



Fat 


Value 


4.0 


•$ .60 


3.6 


•.325 


l.S 


'.68 


1.7 


•.532 


1.2 


•.68 


1.8 


'.436 


3.2 


•.438 


O.l 


•.12 


O.l 


J2.96 


0.1 


t2.00 


0.2 


J2.32 


0.3 


t2.08 


1.2 


tl7.24 


1.7 


tl'S.?^ 


14.4 


t34.46 


1.1 


J27.06 


10.0 


tso.oo 


7.0 


t33.48 


3.4 


t22.34 


1.6 


tl8.84 


2.0 


t23.14 


2.7 


tl8.34 


8.8 


t29.86 


11.0 


t34.14 


2.7 


t.92 


0.1 


t.20 


0.2 


t.2D 



•Per bushel. tPer hundredweight. tPer ton. 

The last column gives value of other feeds when corn is worth 60 cents a bushel and 
tankage $50 a ton. 

* These tables are taken from Prairie Farmer's Hog Book. 



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W. W. WILDERMAN, Proprietor. 
WE PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICES FOR 

VEGETABLES, FRUIT, POTATOES, POULTRY 
BUTTER, EGGS, SEEDS AND FEEDS 

We are able to handle your Produce all the year around. 

Purina Feeds, of All Kinds 

Home Grown Potatoes, also Northern Potatoes. 

CONSULT US ABOUT YOUR SEED REQUIREMENTS 

Cream of Nut and Oak Grove Oleomargarine 



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Manufacturers of All Kinds oj 



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Gauen Mercantile 
& Lumber Co. 



GROCERIES 
DRY GOODS 
SHOES 
HATS 
HARDWARE 



WIRE FENCE 
LUMBER 
LIME 
SEWER PIPE 

BRICK 



BRAZIL TILE SILOS 



PORTIJR'S STANCHIONS RED RING CEMENT 

PORTER'S HAY TOOLS ACME PLASTER CEMENT 

PORTER'S BARN EQUIPMENT 
RUBBER ROOFING ASBESTOS ROOFING 

ROOFING PAINTS BEAVER BOARD 

BEST WALL PLASTER BOARD 
ASBESTOS SHINGLES CAN'T SAG GATES 

ROWE'S STOCK RACKS LADDERS 



WATERLOO 



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Monroe County Breeders' Directory 

ThUlUt include* all farmers in Moaroa County who own one or more pure brad 
animaU. Star (*) indicate* farmer* who raise breeding stock for sale. 



BEEF CATTLE 



ABERDEEN ANGUS 

Strodt, Albert Waterloo R4 

DUTCH BELTED 

Grosse, Chas. W Columbia Rl 

RED POLLED 

Dinan, W. A. Prairie Du Rocher R2' 
Proctor, Benjamin J. Prairie Du Ro- 
cher R3 

SHORTHORN 

Bickelhaupt, Geo Renault R3 

Davis, Grant F (Red Bud R3 

Eschmann, John P. ..Waterloo R3 

Freund, Phillip Waterloo R4 

Harsy, Joseph Fults R2 



Heine, Alfred .Waterford Rl 

Homrighausen Bros... Red Bud R4 

Kapp, Emil G Waterloo -R3 

Meyer, August 

Prairie Du Rocher R3 

Schuette, Wm. F Waterloo 

Weihl, Peter J Waterloo 

Werner, l^red New Athens Rl 

GUERNSEY 

McCormick, Robert ..Valmeyer R2 

HOLSTEIN 

Armbrecht, Adolph L. Jr. Waterloo 

R3 
Boxmeyer, Valentine W^aterloo iR3 

Branch, Joe E Waterloo R* 

B.rand, Anton J Waterloo R4 

Braun, Jrienry Hecker 

Braun, John Red Bud R2 



You May Be Losing Money Without Knowing I t 

Indigestion is egested by chemistry and bacteria. If 
the digestive system is not acting properly, much feed 
passes through the animal- without fulfilling a useful pur- 
pose. 

You cannot tell that your cattle are not utilizing all 
their feed until they stop making gains. Prevention is the 
remedy. Use 

CLARINA CATTLE TONIC AND WORM EXPELLER 
permits the stomach and the intestmes to complete 
their work of turning feed into flesh, fat and good weight. 
You will save feed, your cattle will fatten quickly and you 
will make more money, as well as prevent worms, fevers, 
colds, rheumatism, and disorders of the kidneys. 

Put your cattle on a sure money-making basis. 

Orders for Clarina Cattle Tonic and Worm Expeller 
promptly filled. 



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PRICES 
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300 lbs. 
500 Ib«. 
1000 lbs. 
2000 lbs. 
F. O. B. St 



27.00 
42.50 
80.00 

150.00 

. Louis 



AGENTS WANTED 



AKEMAN MANUFACTURING CO. 

12 South Commercial St. St. Louis, Mo. 



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E. A. Weinel Hardware Co. 

HARDWARE, PAINTS and OILS 



REPUBLIC FOR SERVICE^ 



REPUBLIC and G. M. C. TRUCKS 

OVERLAND, MOON and SAXON 

AUTOMOBILES 



John Deere Farm Implements, Player Pianos and Victrolas. 
the Following 



\ Recommend 
Triple-G Goods 



Quick Meal Ranges 

Wilson Heaters 

Perfection Oil Heaters 

Caloric Pipeless Furnaces 

Karr Blue Enamel Ranges 

John Deere Binders 

John Deere Mowers 

John Deere Manure Spreaders 

John Deere Van Brunt Drills 

Sparta Harrows 

Sparta Coulters 



Goodrich Tires 

Auto Accessories 

Gargoyle Mobiloils 

Special Stove Gasoline 

Auto Gasoline 

Standard Sewing Machines 

Victor Records 

Victor Needles 

Q. R. S. Player Rolls 

DeLaval Cream Separators 

Rullman Vacuum Washers 



COLUMBIA 



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KINLOCH PHONE 258 

FRICK FEED CO 

HAY, GRAIN AND MILL FEED 

Marissa Cream Flour and All Hard Wheat Flour 

PURINA MOLASSES, DAIRY AND POULTRY FEED 

62B South Illinois Street At I. C. Tracks. 

BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 



'i Your Duty and Your Pocketbook ^ 

S Demand That All Cows Give 

\ Plenty of Milk 

•t An increase of from one to three pounds per day per cow at an increased cost 

^ of about one cent per cow per day is the result that may be expected from the 
^ use of the perfect dairy ration, rfj 

j PURINA COW CHOW FEED 

Try a ton and you will understand why cows give more milk when 
receiving a 24% protein ration (20% digestible protein) that does not 
contain any cheap filler, and that is ^scientifically com- 
pounded for the best possible results. 

No doubt your local dealer sells Purina Cow Chow. 
If not write direct. 



PURINA MILLS 




5 ST. LOUIS MISSOURI 



Braun, Wtn Hecker 

Crook, Chas. J Red Bud R4 

Crowe, Thomas P Waterloo R4 

Doelitzsch, Frank A Waterloo 

Dussen, William Waterloo R3 

♦Eichelmann, Henry ..Waterloo R4 
Eichelmann, Rudolph Waterloo R3 
Eschmann, John*P. . .Waterloo R3 

Freund, Phillip Waterloo R4 

Goeddel, Chas. P Waterloo R4 

Goeddel, Jacob L Waterloo R4 

Goessling, Ben Waterloo R4 

Gummerscheimer, Jno Columbia Rl 

♦Hartman, Geo. J Waterloo 



Hartmanji, Emil A. ..Waterloo R4 

Heiken. John D Waterloo Rs 

Henkel, John J Waterloo R4 

Hoelscher, Cornelius.. Waterloo Rl 

Kemp, Francis Waterloo R4 

Kolmer, Conrad Waterloo R3 

Kolmer, Frank H. ...Waterloo R3 

*Kolmer, Henry Columbia R2 

Kolmer. Louis Waterloo R3 

Kraft, Phillip A Waterloo R3 

Kraft, Phillip L Waterloo R3 

Kucker, Fred Red Bud R2 

Oerter, John M Waterloo R2 

Oexner, Frank G Waterloo k4 



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The House of Quality and Service. 



Frank Scharfenberger 



PROPRIETOR OF THE 



Waterloo Marble and Granite Works 



MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, METALUC 
WREATHS, ETC. 

BURIAL VAULTS ON SHORT NOTICE 




WE HAVE EVERY FACILITY FOR PLACING HEAVY WORK 
AND STATUARY 

DO NOT PLACE YOUR ORDER UNTIL WE QUOTE PRICES 

WATERLOO - - - ILLINOIS 



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The Blue Valley Creamery System Is Different 

WE BUY CREAM AND MAKE BUTTER DIFFERENTLY THAN ANY OTHER 
CREAMERY SYSTEM IN THE COUNTRY. We do not have a single buying station 
in our organization. We could not get good cream that way, neither could we pay 
the high prices for butter fat that we do. 

YOU SHIP YOUR CREAM DIRECT TO US. YOU RECEIVE THE MIDDLE- 
MAN'S PROFIT. YOU RECEIVE THE SERVICE THAT TWENTY YEARS IN 
THE CREAMERY BUSINESS HAS PERFECTED. 

ALL WE ASK IS THAT YOU GIVE OUR MARKET A TRIAL. 

WE GUARANTEE that our check in payment for each and every can of cream 
you send us will satisfy you. 

WE GUARANTEE the safe return of your empty cans. 

If for any reason whatever you are not satisfied we expect to hear from you. 

WE GUARANTEE to satisfy you perfectly. 

Write to us for shipping tags. Note our prices on shipping cans — 5 gallon cans, 
$3.50; 8 gallon cans, $4.25 and ten gallon cans, $4.50. Write for our 30 day free trial 
offer on these cans. 

Blue Valley Creamery Co. 

ST. LOUIS - - - MISSOURI 



Parker, Edward L Waterloo R4 

Rippelmeyer, Emil C. Waterloo R4 

Ritzel, Eawin W Waterloo R3 

Ritzel, Levi C Waterloo R3 

Schmidt, Balser, Waterloo /R'3 

Schmidt, Henry Waterloo R2 

♦Schroth, Henry Waterloo R2 

Susewind, Fred Waterloo R4 

Vogt, Henry J Waterloo k3 

Vogt, Louis A Columbia R2 

♦Wachtel, Jacob Waterloo R3 

Weihl, Peter J Waterloo 

WeinhoflF, Herman ..Waterloo R2 

Welzbacher, Peter Waterloo R4 

Werling, Geo. P Waterloo R3 

Wessel, Jacob H Columbia R2 

Wtetzel, Julius Waterloo R4 

♦Wissmath, Eugene R. Waterloo Rl 
Wolf, Louis Waterloo 'R3 

JERSEY 

Armbrecht, Adolph L. Jr..Waterloo 

R3 

♦Axley, B. E Valmeyer Ri 

Bickelhaupt, Henry ..Waterloo Rl 

Brandt. Wm. C Fults Rl 

Crowe, Thomas P Waterloo R4 

Dussen, Wm Waterloo R2 

Eitmann, John Waterloo Rl 

*Erdmann, Fred & Anna.. Fults R2 
♦Fischer, Henry L Waterloo R2 



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Whistlecote Farms 

GEO. C. ZIEBOLD, 
Proprietoi 

Waterloo : : Illinois 



PEDIGREED 

WHITE PLYMOUTH ROCKS | 

SHOW ROOM WINNERS | 

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Big Money in Clarina Treated Hogs 




AXEMAN NfD.CDj 

StlOOIS. MO. 



PRICES 

100 lbs. $10.00 

200 lbs. Z7.0t 

500 lbs. 42.50 

1000 lbs. 80.00 

2000 lbs. 150.00 

F. O. B. St. Louis 



Clarina Hog Tonic and Worm Expeller is the final out- 
come of the experiments by some of the best known veterin- 
arians in the country to produce a perfect alternative and 
vermifuge, with the result that 

CLARINA HOG TONIC AND WORM EXPELLER 
maintains hogs in a rapidly growing condition because it 
makes every scrap of food do its work and at the same 
time keeps the digestive system clean of parasites of every 
description. 

Regularly administered, positive and profitable results 
are obtained under any condition of location and cUmate. 
To delay is to sacrifice time and feed, instead of booking 
handsome profits. 

Your orders will have our prompt attention. 



AGENTS WANTED 



AKEMAN MANUFACTURING COMPANY 

12 South Commercial St. St. Louis, Mo. 



♦Fisher, Henry Waterloo Rl 

Freimuth, Herman ...Columbia R2 
Hattenh'orf, Henry Valmeyer R2 

♦Hoffmann, Jacob Maeystown 

Huenerfouth, Jacob Fults Rl 

♦Klein, Rudolph Fults Rl 

Luhr, iQJeo iColumbia Rl 

Moehrs, August P Red Bud R3 

Neusel, Daniel C Waterloo 

Schad, Chas Columbia R2 

iSchleifer, John Prairie DuRocher R.3 

♦Schrader, Henry W. ..Waterloo Rl 

Valentine, Albert Fults R2 

Vogt, Arnold A Waterloo R3 

Vogt, Gerhardt J Waterloo R:^ 

Weihl, Jacob Waterloo R3 

Wetzel. Julius Waterloo R4 

♦Zeibold, Geo. C Waterloo 

HOGS 



BERKSHIRE 

Glaenzen Chas. P. ..Columbia R2 
Vogt, Louis A Columbia R2 

CHESTER WHITE 

Branch, Joe E ..Waterloo R4 

Brand, Amton J Waterloo R4 



Crowe. Thomas P Waterloo R4 

Davis, Grant F Red Bud R3 

tJoessling, Ben Waterloo Rl 

Harsy, Joseph \Pults R2 

Kraft, Phillip A Waterloo R3 

Nobbe, Fred W. Jr. ..Waterloo R3 

♦Oerter, John M Waterloo R2 

Oexner. Frank G Waterloo R4 

Parker, Edward L Waterloo R4 

Reheis, John Waterloo R4 

Toenjes. Joe H Columbia U." 

Vogt, Gerhardt J Waterloo R3 

Weihl, Jacob Waterloo R3 

DUROC JERSEY 

Bickelhaupt, Geo Renault 

Eitmann, John Waterloo R I 

♦Harsy, Paul. .Prairie du Rocher R3 

Meyer, August 

Prairie du RocTier R3 

♦Niebruegge, 'George ..Valmeyer ]<2 

Proctor, Benjam,i.i J 

Prairie du Rocher R3 

♦Rehling, Louis Waterloo R2 

Susewind. Fred Waterloo R4 

Valentine, AlDert Fults R2 

Welzbacher, Peter . . . .Waterloo R4 

Wessel, William Sr Waterloo 

Wetzel, Julius Waterloo R4 



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LUTZ 

MARBLE AND GRANITE 
WORKS 

ESTIMATES ON ALL WORK IN OUR LINE CHEERFULLY 
FURNISHED UPON APPLICATION 

We carry the largest stock of monuments to select from in Monroe County. 
Come in and see them. 

WATERLOO. ILLINOIS 



THE NORWALK VAULT 




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THE ONLY THING lacking in the modem funeral heretofore, has been 
some absolute guarantee of permanence — permanence not only of months but 
of centuries. This permanence is at last secured in the Norwalk Vault. Literally 
it "Lasts Through the Ages." Moulded out of carefully prepared cement, 
seasoned and coated without and within, it will protect the most delicate cas- 
ket from stain or blemish. Top and bottom are sealed together in plain sight, 
and the vault becomes instantly one solid piece of protecting masonry that 
grows stronger with the passing years. Reinforced with expanded fteel, the 
Norwalk Vault will stand any weight or any handling. Forever .'idit and dry, 
it is a comfortable assurance against the wet, unsanitary old-fashioned grave. 

MADE BY 



F. E. LUTZ, Waterloo, Illinois 



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HAMPSHIRE 

•Fisher, Henry Waterloo Rl 

Gant, James ....Prairie uu Rocher 

POLAND CHINA 

*Althoff, C. H Waterloo Rl 

♦Axley, B. E Valmeyer Rl 

Brand, Anton J Waterloo K4 

Brandt, Louis Waterloo Rl 

Brandt, Louis Waterloo Rl 

Cunningham, C. .\. Praii e (I.il\<. il.cr 

R.l 

*Eidmann, Fred and Son..Fults R;i 

Eitmann. John Waterloo Rl 

Eschmann, John P. ..Waterloo RP^ 

Fausz, William Red Bud R4 

Gant, James ..Prairie Du iRocher 

Goedoel. Chas. P Waterloo R4 

Haller, Louis ....Columbia. 

♦nartman, Geo. J. ..Waterloo. 
Hauptfleisch, Wm. G.. Waterloo R2 
Her^inrotder. Herman W'aterloo Rrs 

•Hoffmann, jacob Maevstovvn 

Klein, John Fults Rl 

♦Klein, Rudolph Fults Rl 

Kolmer, Conrad Waterloo R:^ 

Lohrberg, Geo Red Bud" R2 

McCormick, Robert ..Valmeyer R2 

Neusel, Daniel C Waterloo 

Reheis, John Waterloo R4 



iReifel. Phillip Prairie Du Rocher R2 

Roever, Henry Fults Rl 

Rosenberg. Henry C R<-"d Bud 

Rueck, Heiuy Waterloo Rl 

Ruhl. Wm New Athens Rl 

Schmidt. Balser Waterloo R3 

Schmidt, Henry Waterloo '<:•. 

♦Schroth, Henry Waterloo R3 

Toenjes, Joe. H 'Columbia R3 

♦Wachtel, Jacob ..... .Waterloo R3 

Washausen Chas Waterloo R3 

•Wissmath, Eugene R. Waterloo Rl 

Wolf, Fred C W^aterloo R2 

VICTOR 

Schuette, William F Waterloo 

HORSES 

GERMAN COACH 

Proctor, Benjamin J 

Prairie Du Rocher R3 



SHEEP 

COTSWOLD 

Klinkhardt, John T Red Bud R3 



GO TO 

AUGUST F. WEINEL LUMBER COMPANY 



FOR ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERL\LS, 

LUMBER, MILLWORK, BEAVER BOARD, ACME 

PLASTER, ROOFING, CEMENT, SEWER PIPE, 

ETC. 



Phone 3 1 



COLUMBIA, ILLINOIS 



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Bell 60 



Kinloch 16 



W^T1RL@® GGNBlliSlD MILK ©Gi 



"RAINBOW" 

Evaporated Milk 
Gallon and Tall Sizes 
U. S. Food Adminis- 
tration License 
No. G. 25807 



OUR SPECIALTIES 



©OUPirlSiP 



A. J. Koenigsmark 

President 

Conrad Kolmer 

Vice-President 

A. H. Pinkel 

Treasurer 

Ed. G. Goeddel 

Secretary 



For Bakers and Ice Cream Manufacturers 



St. Louis Office 2338 Olive St. 



Waterloo, Illinois, Oct. 17th, 1919. 



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To Farmers: 

Farmers need a good market for whatever they produce. A 
Condensary is recognized as the very best market for milk. We aid 
farmers in obtaining cows, heifers and especially Holstein Bulls at 
cost. The Holstein Breed is recommended by us for both your and 
our best results. 

To make farms support more dairy cattle, farmers should erect 
silos of ample capacity, grow alfalfa, and establish permanent 
pasture. 

Dairying is not the woman's work only, but because it is one 
of the most profitable ways of farming, men must study and develop 
the profits. 

The most fertile and highest priced farm lands are those where 
dairying has been practiced for years. You have a wonderful oppor- 
tunity here. Call on us. Let us give you more information. We 
want to spread out; let us develop together. 

Yours respectfully, 

WATERLOO CONDENSED MILK CO. 



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David Wurth Commission C onipany 

Formerly Hitz & Wurth Com. Co. 

Our Specialty: 
Direct Farm shipments. Large handlers of Poultry, Calves, Lambs, 
Hides, Wool, Eggs, Furs and Produce of all Description. Metal Tags 
fc«* shipping Calves furnished free on application. Mr. Wurth 
supervises all sales. 

OUR MOTTO: 
Prompt returns and a square deal to all patrons 



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ST. LOUIS, MO. 



SHROPSHIRE 

♦Brandt, Louis Waterloo Rl 

*Fisher, Henry Waterloo R I 



CHICKENS 



ANCONA 

Hoerr, Henry Fults Rl 

*Marquardt, George ..ValmeyerRl 

SILVER SPANGLED 
HAMBURG 

Brandt, Louis Waterloo Ri 

BLACK LANGSHAN 

Hugo, Guebert Red Bud 

BROWN LEGHORN 

Huch, Jacob Columbia R:.' 

MatzenbacheJ, Adam Waterloo R4 

WHITE LEGHORN 

Brooks, '^reo. M Wat*- ' 

♦Hartman, oeo. J Waterloo 

Hoffmann Bros Waterloo R?^ 

*Klohr, Fred W Columbia R2 

*Kolmer, Conrad .... .Waterloo R3 

Kolmer, Louis Waterloo Rs 

*Loehr, Henry A Waterloo Rl 



Mosbacher, Ernest H. Waterloo ^1 

Osterhage, E'mil Waterloo 

, Osterhage, Henry Waterloo Rl 

♦Osterhage, John Columbia Rl 

♦Patterson, Mary Waterloo Rl 

♦Pieper, Henry Waterloo Rl 

Rippelmeyer. Emil C. Waterloo R4 

Schallom, Peter J Colombia Ra 

Schneider, Daniel ....Waterloo R3 

Sickmier, Chas. H 

Prairie Du Rocher R3 

Stumph, Edwin (Columbia R2 

BLACK ORPINGTON 

*Soras, Adam Waterloo R2 

BUFF ORPINGTON 

Hauptfleisch, Wm. G. Waterloo R2 
*'So-ras, Adam Waterloo R2 

BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK 

.\xley, Walter A Valmeyer Rl 

Boxmeyer, Valentine Waterloo R3 

Bickelhaupt, Geo Renault 

Bicke.haupt, Philip H. Renault Star 
R. 

Brand, Anton J Waterloo R4 

*Eidmann, rrcd and Anna.. Fults R2 

Freuno, ^reo Waterloo R4 

Goeduel, *^has. C Waterloo R* 



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WHEN YOU THINK OF 



INSURANCE 



Think of 



FRED G. RAPP 

THE INSURANCE MAN 

COLUMBIA, ILLINOIS 

Bell Phone No. 29 Kinloch Phone No. 56 



Began Business 1892 
Our Motto: Prompt Attention to Payment of Qaims. 

District Manager for Southern Illinois for 

SECURITY MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., NEW YORK 

DUBUQUE FIRE MARINE INSURANCE CO. 
SOUTHERN SURETY COMPANY 

Bonds and Bank Burglary Insurance ivritten in 
Fidelity and Casualty Co., New. York. 

ONLY RELIABLE MEN IN EVERY COMMUNITY REPRE- 
SENT THE ABOVE COMPANIES 



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Herginroeder, Herman 

Waterloo R?. 

*Hoels(h)er, iCornelius Waterloo Rl 

Hohmeir, Jacob Red Bud 

Kettler, Mrs. Ida Waterloo Rl 

*Koch, Louis Waterloo Rl 

Kraft Phillip A Waterloo R:i 

Lohrberg, Oeo Red Bud R2 

O'Leary, Mrs. Agmes. . Red'Bud R4 
'aulus, Henry Waterloo R2 

*RehIing, Lx)uis W^aterloo R2 

*Rippelmeyer, Raymond 

Valmever R2 

Rusteberg, Wm. C. ..Waterloo R2 

Trost, VVilliam. Valmever R2 

Vogt, Louis A Columbia R2 

Wetzel, julius Waterloo R4 

BUFF PLYMOUTH ROCK 

Hartmann, Emil A. ..Waterloo R4 

WHITE PLYMOUTH ROCK 

*MaCormick, Robert ..Valmeyer R2 
Parker, Edward L Waterloo R4 

*iSoras, Adam Waterloo R2 

Vogt, Adam Waterloo R2 

Vogt, Gerhardt J Waterloo R? 

*Weinhoff, Herman ...Waterloo R2 

*Wissmath, Eugene R. Waterloo Rl 
ZieDold, Geo. C Waterloo 



RHODE ISLAND RED 

Brandt, Louis Waterloo Rl 

♦Eicnelmanin, Henry ..Waterloo R4 

Goeddel, Chas. P Waterloo R4 

Goeddel, John N Waterloo Ra 

Hieihn, Wm. Prairie Du IRocher R2 

Kolmer, Louis Waterloo R3 

Linboch, Henry A Waterloo K4 

Reheis, John Waiterloo R4 

Schrader, Henry W. . .Waterloo iRl 

Susewind, Fred Waterloo Rl 

"Vollhardt, Henry Valmeyer Rl 

Wessel, Louis W Waterloo R3 

RHODE ISLAND WHITE 

♦Niebruegge, George ..Valmeyer R2 
Oexner, Frank G Waterloo R4 

COLUMBIAN WYANDOTTE 

♦Eichelmann, George M. Waterloo R3 

SILVER LACED WYANDOTTE 

Kettler, Mrs. Ida ....Waterloo Rl 

WHITE WYANDOTTE 

* Andrews, John Valmeyer 

Boxmeyer, Valentine Waterloo RS 

*Brandt, Louis Waterloo Rl 

Goeddel, Chas. P Waterloo R4 

*Kapp, Emil G Waterloo R3 



I Where Do You Keep Your | 

I Liberty Bonds and Securites? | 

X If kept at home they are in constant danger of bemg stolen, lost or destroyed. .*. 

*t* Do not sell or trade your Liberty Bonds. What then are you to do? *»* 

j^ Deposit them in a Liberty Bond Deposit account at the 



^FA RMERS 




STATE BANK 




■^ Call and see us about this Service. All Banking transactions given our careful 

A consideration . «!» 

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Total Resources 

$850,000.00 

THE SERVICE THIS B.\NK RENDERS THE FARMER IS OF 

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Charles Schuler, President 
E. A. Weinel, Vice President 
H. N. Kiinz, Cashier 
R. C. Kunz, Ass't Cashier 
E. H, Brucker, Ass't Cashier 



DIRECTORS 
Charles Schuler E. A. Weinel 

H. N. Kunz 
Joseph M. Amin 

Fred G. Rapp 
Henry Kolmer H. Giffhom 



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ON THE ST. LOUIS MARKET SINCE IH4 

FOR QUICK RETURNS AND BEST RESULTS SHIP TO 

GEO F. RICKER 

PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT 

Poultry, Eggs, Calves, Rabbits, Hides, Wool, Furs. 
716 North Second Street :: :: ST. LOUIS, MO. 



Keim, John A Waterloo R:{ 

*Loehr, Henry A Waterloo Rl 

Schuette, Wni. F Waterloo 

V'Ogt, Louis A Columbia R:l 

Wessel, Jacob H. ....Columbia R'2 
Wessel, William Sr Waterloo 

DUCKS 

INDIAN RUNNER 

♦Best. John Waterloo 

♦Kolmer, Henry Columbia R2 

Wetzel, Julius Waterloo R4 

WHITE PEKIN 

OXeary, Mrs. Agnes ..Red Bud R4 

GEESE 

GRAY 

Braun, John r* Renault 

Meyer, August Prairie Du Rocaer 

TOULOUSE 

Branch, Joe. E Waterloo K4. 

Herginroeder, Herman 

Waterloo R'i 

WHITE CHINA 

*Eichelmann, Henry ..Waterloo R4 
Walsh, Michael. J Red Bud lU 

TURKEYS 

BRONZE 

Walsh, Michael J Red Bud Rl 

HARES 

FLEMISH GIANTS 



NEW ZEALAND 

*Brandt, Louis Waterloo Rl 

*Eschmann, John Waterloo R3 

♦Patterson. Mary Waterloo Rl 

DOGS 

ENGLISH BEAGLE 

*Soras, Adam Witorl.i -> R2 



PIGEONS 



CORNEAUX 

♦Brandt, Louis WatcrUto Rl 



VIABILITY OF GARDEN SEEDS 

In his book, Productive Vegetable 
Growing, Prof. John W. Lloyd, of the 
University of Illinois horticulture de- 
partment gives the following as the 
length of time seeds may be expected 
to retain their vitality: 
Years 

Asparagus 5 

Bean 3 

Beet 6 

Cabbage 5 

Carrot 4 

Cauliflower .... B 

Celery 8 

Corn. Sweet. ... 2 

Cress 5 

Cucumber 10 

Eggplant 6 

Endive 10 

Kale 5 

Kohlrabi 5 

Leek ?• 

Lettuce 5 

Muskmelon .... ^ 



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Tears 

Mustard 4 

Okra 5 

Onion 2 

Parsley 3 

Parsnip 2 

Pea 3 

Pepper 4 

Pumpkin 5 

Fladlsh 5 

Rhub.irb 3 

Salisfy 2 

Spinach 6 

Sguash 5 

Tomato 4 

Turnip 5 

Watermelon ... 5 
It is always safest to test seeds that 
have been kept more than a year be- 
fore planting, because they are not 
always kept under the best conditions 
and if not will deteriorate faster than 
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i The BRISCOE MOTOR Car 

The car with the half million dollar motor 

ELCAR 4''s and 6's 



Trielenbach Bros. 

Garage 




The Service cars for the Farmer. 



BRISCOE AND I. H. C. TRUCKS We handle the 
INTERNATIONAL 8-16 AND TITAN TRACTORS 

Full line of accessories. Our service and repair department guar- 
antees satisfaction to you. 

^ Racine Country Road and Goodrich Tires, Pennant and Mobiloils. 
LALLEY LIGHT SAVES ITS KEEP. 

It is a small, compact, private, Electric Light and Power Plant, 
consisting of electric generator directly driven by a ball-bearing 
gasoline engine, and a set of storage batteries. Simplicity and 
economy of operation, fool proofness, and durability, are all em- 
braced in its design. 

We furnish and install everything complete. 



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St. Clair County Automobile Owners' Directory 

(This list includes Farm Automobile Owners Only.) 



Name Postoffice Make 

Adams, J. W., New Athens R2..Ford Sedan 

Ange, Louis, Belleville Rl 

Ford, Jackson and Studebaker 

Ahring, William, O'Fallon R2 Ford 

Albers, Henry, Marissa Rl Ford Truck 

Albers, William, Millstadt R2 Buick 

Albert, Chas., Millstadt R2 Baick 

Albert, William, Mitlstadt Rl Allen 

Alexander, Lewis, Summerfield Ford 

Alexander, R. A., Belleville R6 Maxwell 

Ammel, Nicholas, Belleville RS. . .Studebaker 

Andres, Jacob, Mascoutah R3 Maxwell 

Andres, John J. Mascoutah R3. . .Studebaker 

Anstedt, Jacob, Mascoutah R2 ..Ford 

Aras, George P., Millstadt R2 Chevrolet 

Armbruster, John, New Athens R2.. Maxwell 
Austin, Charles, Marissa R2 Ford 

Badgley, Jas. A., Belleville R3 Chevrolet 

Badgley, Russel, Belleville R3 Ford 

Baer Bros., New Athens R3 Overland 

Baer, Daniel E., Trenton R2 Buick 

Baer, Joe A., Trenton R2 Overland 

Baer, Otto J., Lebanon Rl Chevrolet 



Name Postoffice Make. 
Baer, Samuel S., Lebanon Rl 

Chevrolet and Oldsmobile 

Baldus, John E., Edgemont Sta. East. 

St. Louis Dodge 

Baldus, Walter, Casey ville Rl Dodge 

Baltz, Daniel, Freeburg Rl Jackson 

Baltz, Emil F., Freeburg Rl Saxon 

Baltz, Fred, New Athens Rl Allen 

Baltz, Leonard H., Millstadt R2 Overland 

Baltz, Wm. J., Freeburg Rl Maxwell 

Barbeir, Louis, Edgemont Sta. East St. 

Louis R3 Ford 

Barthel, A. W., New Athens Rl 

Willys-Knight 

Barthel, Edward, New Athens Rl Ford 

Barttelbart, Henry, O'Fallon Rl Maxwell 

Bassler, John, New Baden Dodge 

Batton, Jacob P., Mascoutah R2 Ford 

Bauer, Jos. C, Mascoutah R3 Ford 

Becherer, Charles, New Athens R2 Ford 

Becherer, John, Belleville R2 Ford 

Becherer, Leo, Belleville R2 Ford 

Bechtlofft, Adam, O'Fallon Rl Reo 

Bechtold, Arthur R., Belleville R6.. Chalmers 
Bechtoldt, Fred L., New Athens R2 Ford 



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THINK OF THE CONVENIENCE OF ELECTRIC LIGHT AND 
POWER ON YOUR FARM. 

With the touch of a button you can light up every room in your nouse 
— you can light up the barns and yard while you feed the cattle and do 
the chores. 

Then too you have your motor driven water system and numerous 
other appliances. 

Let us show you the Genco-Light Plant. It's great to have electri- 
city on the farm. 



Modern Automobile & Garage Company 

500 E. MAIN STREET, BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 

BRANCHES 
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Belleville Implement & Motor Co. 

Bell 385 Kin. 354-X 

AGENTS FOR 

Studebaker and Chevrolet Automobiles 



DEERING and McCORMICK Binders, Mowers, Rakes, Tedders, 

Etc., INTERNATIONAL TRACTORS, Gas and Oil Engines, 

Spreaders, Cream Separators, Harvesters, Disks, Spring and Peg 

Tooth Harrows, Plows, Grinders, Etc. 

We sell the Sterling Power Washer, Meyers Pumps 
carry a full line of automobile tires and accessories. 

We are building a parts room into our building to take care of 
our large stock of parts. We have a special parts man and he is 
ready any time to take care of you when in need of a new part or 
piece of repair. In addition we have a roomy and well equipped 
work shop with able mechanics, and we repair automobiles, tractors, 
engines, pumps, and all farm machinery. A good reliable service 
truck is also part of our equipment. This brings our mechanics to 
your door when quick service is needed. 

Let us take care oj your needs. 



BELLEVILLE IMPLEMENT & MOTOR CO. 

MASCOUTAH AVE., Near Main Street 

BELLEVILLE - - - ILLINOIS 

A. DAAB, President F. DAAB, Vice President 

E. DAAB, Secretary and Treasurer 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Name Postoffice Make 

Bechtoldt, Henry J., Belleville Rl. .Overland 

Bee, Mrs Amelia, Lebanon Rl Ford 

Beedle, Samuel, Caseyvjlle Rl, Studebaker 
Beelman, 'Frank J., Marissa Rl.. Saxon Six 

Behrens, Albert C, O'Fallon Rl Allen 

Beil, Geo. A., Belleville R6 Studebaker 

Beisiegel, Fred, Belleville R2 Chevrolet 

Bender, Nicholas C, Belleville R6 Ford 

Bentelmann, Adolph, Lebanon Rl Dodge 

Bergdolt, Jacob, Trenton R2 Regal 

Bergmann, August, Casey ville Rl 

Studebaker 

Bergmann, Frank H., Casey ville Rl Doris 

Berkel, Ignatz, Freeburg R3 Ford 

Berkel, Lawrence B., Freeburg Rl.. Maxwell 

Bernhardt, Jake Jr., O'Fallon Rl Ford 

Berteloth, John, Millstadt Rl Ford 

Bertelsman, Edward L., Belleville R3...Ford 

Bertelsmann, George, Freeburg Rl Buick 

Bertelsmann, Mrs. Frank, Belleville R2. . . 

Studebaker 

Bertelsmann, Henry, Belleville R5.. Maxwell 

Bertelsmann, Henry F., Belleville R2 

Baby Grand Chevrolet and Ford 

Bertelsmann, John H., Belleville R2 

Studebaker 

Bertelsmann, Jos., Belleville R4 Ford 

Bertram, Herman J., O'Fallon R2, Studebaker 

Besse, Jacob, Millstadt Rl Ford Truck 

Beste, Edward L., Freeburg R2 

Willys- Knight 

Bettis, Alexander H., East Carondelet 

Maxwell 

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Name Postoffice Aiake 

Bevirt, Don A., O'Fallon Rl Studebaker 

Bevirt, Geo., Caseyville Rl Studebaker 

Bickert, John W., Belleville Rl. .. .Maxwell 

Biebel, IL L., Belleville R2 Mitchell 

Biebel, Oliver D., Mascoutah R2 Maxwell 

Biehl, George, Belleville R2 Doris 

Biekert, John, Belleville Rl Maxwell 

Birkner, Louis, New Athens R2 Ford 

BischoflF, Chas. H., Mascoutah R3 Allen 

Biver, Edw., Belleville R6 Ford 

Biver, Frank, Belleville R3 Chevrolet 

Blaies, Edward, Belleville Rl Ford 

Blinn, Fred, Freeburg R2 Overland 

Blinn, Mrs. Jacob, Belleville Rl Briscoe 

Boggy, Wm., Trenton R2 Moore 

Bohnemeir, John H., East Carondelet Rl 

Ford 

Bolle, Hugo W., Mascoutah R3 Buick 

Bopp, Charles L., Mascoutah R2 Ford 

Bossier Charles, Belleville Rl Chevrolet 

Bosworth, Curtis R., Washington Park... 

International Truck 

Boyle, A. J., Marissa R3 Ford 

Bradford, Charles F., Washington Park.. 

Ford 

Brandenburger, Philip, Freeburg R3 Ford 

Brenner, Edgar, Freeburg Rl Dodge 

Brenner, William, Smithton Maxwell 

Bretseh, Phillip, New Athens Rl.. .Overland 
Bridges, Walter R., Lebanon R2. .Chevrolet 
Brielmaier, Joseph, New Athens R2 

Willy s- Knight 

Brown, David, Marissa R2 Ford 

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The Hardware Dealer 

Automobile! and Farm Implements, Gasoline Engines 

and Electric Light Plants, Stoves, Ranges and Sewing Machine! 

Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Brushes 



YOUR TRADE IS KINDLY SOLICITED 

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R. B. Etherington E. G. Schmidt E. O. Hess 

Etherin^ton Garage 

THEBUICK THE OAKLAND 

OVERLAND AND WILLYS-KNIGHT TRAFFIC TRUCKS 

"Everything for the Automobile" 



We are equipped to repair all makes of Autos, Trucks and Tractors 
Battery Repairing and Recharging. Goodyear, Norwalk and Fiske 
Tires, Full line of accessories. 

Agency for WUlys Light for Farm Homes. 

EAST STATE STREET Kinloch Phone 74 

O'FALLON, ILLINOIS 



Name Postoffice Make 

Brown, William, Marissa 

Ford and Auburn Six 

Bruehl, Henry. Millstadt Rl Chevrolet 

Bub, Fred A., New Baden Ford 

Buck, Herman, Edgemont Sta. East St. 

Louis R4 Dodge 

Buecher, Emil S., Millstadt Rl Chevrolet 

Buecher, Louis W., Millstadt Rl. .Chevrolet 

Buechle, Leopold, Belleville Rl Maxwell 

Bug, Wm., O'Fallon R2 Dodge 

Bugger, Geo. C, Troy Rl Ford 

Buhr, Nick, O'Fallon Rl Dort 

Burg, George A., Centerville Sta. Rl, Saxon 

Burg, Henry, Centerville Sta. Rl Ford 

Butz, Stephen L., Belleville R6 Dodee 



Name Postoffice Make 

Caesar, Edwin F., Lebanon Rl Dodge 

Canning, Renwick, Marissa Rl Maxwell 

Carr, Albert L.. Freeburg Rl Saxon Six 

Carr, A. Monroe, Freeburg Rl Overland 

Carr, Rupert L., Freeburg R3 Chevrolet 

Carr, Thomas A. and Sons, Freeburg Rl.. 

Maxwell 

Chattillion, Alexander, Dupo Nash 

Christ, Albert F., Mascouath R3 Ford 

Christ, Julius N., Mascoutah R2 Ford 

Christophe, Prosper, Freeburg R3....Buick 

Clark, Fred J., Belleville R6 Ford 

Clark, John H., Belleville Rl Ford 

Conrad, George, Columbia R2 Ford 



^» Brunswick Tires Sterling Super Size Tires 

FREE BATTERY INSPECTION 

Any Car— Any Time— Repairing— Recharging 

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Corwin Battery and Tire Service Co. 




X Phones: BeU 604-W, Kinloch 1026 

X 100 NORTH HIGH STREET 

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Service Station 
BELLEVILLE ILLINOIS 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Name Postoffice Make 
Conrad, Mrs. Magdelina, Columbia R2 

Overland 

Cookson, Joseph, Centerville Station Rl.. 

Ford, Pullman and Doris Truck 

Cookson, J. T., Belleville R2 Pullman 

Conner, George P., Freeburg R3 Maxwell 

Cortner, Lawrence, New Athens R2 Ford 

Cortner, Nick Jr., New Athens Ford 

Corvey, William H., Millstadt Rl Ford 

Cox, Isaac G., Belleville R6 Buick 

Culli, Christ, Mascoutah R3 Maxwell 

Curry, C. H., Marissa R2 Overland 

Dagit, John H., Trenton R2 Ford 

Dagit, Wm., Trenton R2 Ford 

Dahm, l,orenz St., Belleville R4..Studebaker 
Dammermann, Herman, Centerville Sta- 
tion Rl Ford 

Daniel, Ben, St. Libory Rl Dodge 

Dansman, John A., Lebanon Rl, Studebaker 
Darmstatter, Geo. W., Freeburg Rl, Overland 

Darrow, William, O'Fallon Rl Reo 

Davine, Louis, Lebanon Rl Ford 

Davinroy, S. L-, Edgemont Sta. East St. 

Louis R3 Ford 

Dawes, Wm. J.,' O'Fallon Rl Willys Six 

Degenhardt, Jos., Belleville R4 Chevrolet 

Dehn, Henry, Millstadt R2 Ford 

Deichman, Ben, New Athens R3 Overland 

Deitz, Dan F., Belleville Rl Studebaker 

Deppe, Geo. W., Belleville R3. .Studebaker 
Deutschmann, Charles C, Lenzburg Rl.. 
Dodg* 



Name PfwtofRce Make 

DeVeaux, Louis, Edgemont Sta. East St. 

Louis R4 Buick 

Dickey, Philip A., Marissa Ford 

Dickhaut, August, Mascoutah Oakland 

Dickhaut, August H., Mascoutah Ford 

Dickhaut, Edward E., Trenton R2 Grant 

Dickhaut, Geo. A., Mascoutah Rl.. Mitchell 

Dickhaut, John, Mascoutah Rl Studebaker 

Dickhaut, Robert J., Mascoutah Rl, Chalmers 
Dickhaut, Wallace, Mascoutah Rl, Maxwell 

Dickson, R. H., Marissa R2 Ford 

Dietrick, Henry, Freeburg R2 Empire 

Dinges, Chas. J., Marissa R2 l.Ford 

Dinges, Otto L-, New Athens R3 Ford 

Dintelmann, Geo., New Athens R2.. Overland 

Dintelmann, Henry, Marissa R2 Ford 

Doerr, John, East Carondelet Rl.. Pullman 
Dohrmann, Richard H., Millstadt Rl 

Chevrolet 

Dohrmann, William J. Jr., Millstadt R2 

Ford Truck 

Donnehold, Jacob J., Millstadt R2.. Overland 
Dinze, August A., Belleville R4..01dsmobile 

Dresel, Albert C, Millstadt Rl Hudson 

Dressel. Edwin, Lebanon Rl Ford 

Dressier, Fred J., Summerfield Maxwell 

Durfee, George A., Belleville R6.. . .Chevrolet 

Ebersohl, Louis, Centerville Station Rl, Ford 

Ebersohl, Phillip, Belleville R5 Overland 

Eckert, Albert G., Lenzburg Rl Ford 

Eckert, Alvin O., Belleville Rl 

Marion, Ford and Republic Truck 



KNAB MOTOR CAR CO. 

Agents for 

REPUBLIC MOTOR TRUCKS 

and 

WALLIS TRACTORS 



We stock parts £ind repairs for above machines. You can't afford to = 
buy elsewhere if you know what service means. m 



406 EAST MAIN STREET 



BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS | 



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E. E« Schneidew^ind 

Distributor for 

Reo and Jordan Motor Cars 
Reo Trucks 



We are always pleased to make a demonstration 

Bell Phone 1303 

14 NORTH THIRD STREET BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 




TRUTTNANNff BROS. GARAGE^ 




ELCAR AUTO 

Distributors for ELCAR Fours and Sixes for St. Clair and Monroe 
counties. Stephen's Silent Sixes and Hoffman Trucks. Timsco Tires. 
Repairing a specialty on all makes of cars. Night and day service. 

X Oxy acetylene welding. 

I Phones: Bell 436, Kinloch 1046 

X 105 N. ILLINOIS STREET BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 

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Name Po6toffice Make 
Eckert, Arthur L., Millstadt R2 

Defiance Truck 

Eckert, Chas. Jr., Millstadt R2 Ford 

Eckert, Diocena, Lenzburg Rl Chevrolet 

Eckert, Eugene, Mascoutah R3 Ford 

Eckert, George V., Lenzburg Rl 

Oakland and Maxwell 

Eckert, Martin H., Lenzburg Rl. .Chevrolet 

Eckert, Oliver T., Millstadt R2 Dort 

Eckhardt, Julius, Mascoutah Rl Dodge 

Eckman, Joseph, Casey ville Rl Metz 

Ehostein, Anthony, Belleville R4 Ford 

Ehostein, Fred. Belleville R4 Maxwell 

Ehostein, Melchior, Belleville RS. .Chevrolet 

Eichelmann, George, Waterloo R3 Ford 

Eidman, Louis B., Mascoutah R3 

Mitchell and Ford 

Eiff, William, Marissa R3 Ford 

Eisel, Irvin, Lebanon Rl Ford 

Emge, Frank J., Belleville R4 Hudson 

Emge, Ralph F., Belleville Hudson 

Emig, Arthur, Mascoutah R2 Allen 

Emmerich, Gust P., Belleville R6, Studebaker 

Emmerich, Martin, Mascoutah Rl Ford 

Englemann, Miss Anna, Mascoutah R3 

Hudson 

Englemann, Julius, O'Fallon Rl 

Studebaker 

Englerth, Albert, Freeburg R3 Allen 

Englerth, Nick, Belleville R2 Ford 

Erb, Fred M., Marissa Rl Ford (2) 

Erb, J. George, Marissa Rl Ford 

Erbe, Adolph G., Freeburg R2 Saxon 

Ernst, Henry W., Mascoutah R3, Chevrolet 
Espenschied, Conrad H., Mascoutah R2, Ford 
Espenschied, Herman C, Mascoutah R3.. 

Dort 

Etling, Christian, Freeburg R3 Maxwell 

Etling, Jacob, Freeburg Rl Chevrolet 

Etling, Oswald, Belleville R2 Chevrolet 

Etling, Philip D., Freeburg R3. .. .Chevrolet 
Etling, Walter P., Millstadt R2.. ..Chevrolet 
Eyman, Walter, Belleville RS Saxon 

Faitz, Martin, Trenton R2 Dodge 

Fangmeier, Louis, Lenzburg Rl Maxwell 

Fauth, Fred, New Athens R3 Ford 

Faath, Geo., Marissa Chevrolet 

Feder, Andrew, Belleville R2 Maxwell 

Feder, Joe A., O'Fallon R2..Willys-Rnight 



Name i^ostoffice Make 

Feder, Joe J., O'Fallon R2 Overland 

Feig, Geo. Sr., Caseyville Rl Rambler 

Fett, George, Marissa Rl Ford 

Feurer, Edgar J., New Athens R2 

Kelsey and Ford 

Fielder, Louis, Freeburg R2 Maxwell 

Fischer, Ferdinand, Smithton Maxwell 

Fischer, Fred N., CenterviHe Station Rl 

Ford 

Fischer, Otto W., Waterloo R3.. Chevrolet 

Fischer, Philip, Trenton R3 Buick 

Fisher, Waldo, O'Fallon R2 Ford 

Fleckenstein, Chas., New Athens R2 

Chevrolet 

Fleischmann, William. New Athens R3.... 

Chevrolet 

Florreich, Edward H., Belleville Rl 

• • ■ ■ Chevrolet 

Fohne, Geo., Lebanon Rl ...Overland 

Fohne, John, Lebanon Rl Overland 

Forcade, Geo., Freeburg R3 Studebaker 

Forebeck, Chas., Millstadt Rl Chevrolet 

Fournie, Sylvester, Freeburg Rl Ford 

Franke, Richard A., Waterloo R3 Ford 

Frees, Philip, New Athens R2 Overland 

Freivogel, Louis J., Millstadt Rl Allen 

Frerking, George H., Mascoutah Rl 

Chevrolet 

Friederick, Adolph, Mascoutah R2.. Maxwell 
Frierdich, Edward C, Millstadt Rl 

Studebakei 

Frierdich, Otto J., Millstadt R2. . .Chevrolet 
Fries, Henry G., Freeburg R2. . .Studebaker 

Fries, Peter, Belleville Rl Maxwell 

Fritz, Philip C, Lebanon R2 Ford 

Fuesser, John P., Mascoutah R2.. Overland 

Fulte, Walter H., Lenzburg Rl Ford 

Funk, August E., Freeburg R2 Moon 

Funk, George A., Mascoutah R3.. Olympian 
Funk, Philip P., Mascoutah R3. .Studebaker 

Gabriel, August E. Jr., Belleville Rl 

Oldsmobile 

Galle, Gustave, Marissa Rl Ford 

Ganninger, Edgar H., Mascoutah R3, Maxwell 
Gartiser, Joe H., Mascoutah R2.. Olympian 

Gauch, Geo., New Athens Rl Dodge 

Geolat, John, Belleville R2 Ford 

George, Walter Phillip, Freeburg Rl 

Overland 



AUQUST DIEDRICH, Jr. 

GARAGE 

ALLEN, MAXWELL AND BUICK 

Dealer 

MAXWELL TRUCKS, RACINE AND 

U. S. TIRES. 

Expert Repair Work. BOTH PHONES 

MILLSTADT, ILL. 




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SERVICE STATION 



Copyilsht r««Uteied. 1919 

Distributors of the "STILL BETTER WILLARD" with Threaded 

Rubber Insulaticm. 

Battery Service Co. 

W. C. STEIERT, Manager 

11 North 3d Street BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 

Phones Bell 272, Kinloch 559 



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Name Postoffice Make 

Germann. Mrs. Geo.. MinstadtR2.. Maxwell 

Germann. Louis. Millstadt R2 Maxwell 

Glade. Henry, Belleville R4. Fo^J 

Glade. Herman. Belleville R4 "•^°"^ 

Glenn, Daniel L, Belleville R3 Hudson 

Glenn, Wm. F.. O'Fallon R2...... -Keo 

Gouy. Peter, Edgemont Sta. East bt. 

T ■ -OA Chevrolet 

Louis R4 • • _> c. 

Grahmann, Chas., Edgemont Sta. East bt. 

Louis R2 ^iT'"'*;! 

Grandcolas, Philip. Freeburg R2. .. .Maxwell 
Granery, Chas., Edgemont Sta. East St. 

Louis R4 Ford (2) 

Grahlherr, August, New Athens Rl Ford 

GrammTt, William, Belleville R2 Ford 

Graul, Fred J.. Mascoutah Rl Ford 

Graul. Fred Jr., Mascoutah R3 Dort 

Graul, Henry, Mascoutah Rl Ford 

Graul, Philip J., Mascoutah R3 Cadillac 

Greener, Geo. J., Casey ville Rl. .Studebaker 
Griebel, William F., Mascoutah R3. Overland 
Griesbaum, Xavier F., New Baden. .Maxwell 
Griffin, Arthur, Freeburg R2, Willys-Knight 

Griffin, Charles, Belleville R6 Maxwell 

Griffin, J. Boon, Belleville R6 Chevrolet 

Griffin. Laclede, Belleville R6 Maxwell 

Grimmer, Frank, Mascoutah Rl Ford 

Grodean, Walter J., Lebanon R2 Ford 

Grodon, August. Belleville R6 Dodge 

Grohmann. Fred, Freeburg R3 Ford (2) 

GroUe, Fred, Trenton R3 Dodge 

Gross. Henry, New Athens Rl Overland 

Grossheim, George, New Athens R2 Ford 



Name Postoffice Make 

Grossman, Fred L., Freeburg Rl... Maxwell 

Grossmann. Fred W., Belleville Overland 

Grossmann, Geo. C, Millstadt R2.. Maxwell 
Grossmann, John H., Millstadt R2.. Overland 
Grossmann, Henry, Belleville R2. .Chevrolet 

Groth, Edward, Freeburg Rl Overland 

Groth, Wm., Mascoutah R2 Maxwell 

Gruenewald, John, Millstadt Rl Rambler 

Gruenewald, Lewis and Jacob, Millstadt Rl 

Overland 

Gruenewald, Otto W.. Lenzburg ...Overland 

Guettermann. Fred. Millstadt R2 Ford 

Gundlach, Julius A., Belleville R6.. Maxwell 

Guthrie, David M.. Marissa R2 Maxwell 

Gutjahr. Peter, Marissa R2 Maxwell 

Guttersohn. Louis, Collinsville Rl Dodge 

Haas, Albert J. H., Belleville R4 Ford 

Hass, Conrad E., Mascoutah R3. .Overland 

Haas, Emil, Mascoutah R2 Chevrolet 

Haas, Louis J., Summerfield Dodge 

Hass, Otto, Millstadt Rl Ford 

Haas, Philip A., Mascoutah Rl Chandler 

Hacker, J. Nick Sr.. Marissa R2 Dodge 

Haeuber, Mate, Mascoutah R3 Overland 

Hagemann, Adolph, Lebanon R2 Ford 

Hagemann, Arthur, Lebanon Rl Ford 

Hagemann, Emil, Lebanon R2 Overland 

Hager, Peter, New Athens R3 Velie 

Hammel, Barbara, Millstadt Rl.. Chevrolet 

Hammel, Geo., Millstadt Rl Ford 

Hanft, Aug. J., New Athens R3. .Overland 
Hanft, Dan, Lenzburg Dort 



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Nam€ Postoffice Make 

Hanft, Geo. E., Lenzburg Overland 

Hangsleben, Herman F., Mascoutah Rl.. 

Hudson 

Hankammer, George C, Belleville RS 

Chevrolet 

Hankammer, William, Millstadt Rl 

Studebaker 

Harbaugh, J. B., New Athens R2 Ford 

Harms, John H., Lebanon Rl Ford 

Harris, Ben D., Collinsville Rl ..Ford 

Harris, Henry, East Carondelet Rl Dodge 

Hart, Alonzo T., O'Fallon R2 Buick 

Haudrich, George, Waterloo R3 Republic 

Haudrich, Joseph, Waterloo R3 Republic 

Haudrich, Stephen A., Freeburg R3 

Chevrolet 

Haupt, Louis, New Athens R3 Velie 

Hauptman, John, O'Fallon R2 Dort 

Haury, Oscar, Trenton R2 Ford 

Hausmann, Anton J., Freeburg R3..Ford 

Heberer, Adolph, Freeburg R2 Rambler 

Heberer, Geo. H., Freeburg R2 Buick 

Heberer, Henry, Freeburg R2 Overland 

Heberer, Herman C, Freeburg R2 Saxon 

Heck, Chris, O'Fallon R2 Rambler 

Heidorn, Albert H., O'Fallon Rl.. Maxwell 

Heil, Valentine, Marissa Ford 

Heintz, Charles, Marissa R^ Ford 

Helfrich, Charles, Freeburg R3 Ford 

Helfrich, Frank A., Waterloo R3 Ford 

Helfrich, Jacob, Waterloo R3 Overland 

Heller, George, Centerville Sta. Rl....Ford 



Name Postoffice Make 

Helms, Edward S., Belleville Rl.. Buick Six 
Helms, Julius B., Belleville Rl. .Studebaker 
Hendricks, Chris F., Edgemont Sta. East 

St. Louis R3 Oakland 

Henrici, Conrad A., Millstadt R2 Ford 

Henry, John and Jas., Trenton R2 Velie 

Hentzel, Jacob, New Athens R3 Velie 

Hepp, Mrs. Geo. Jr., New Athens R2 

• Studebaker 

Herman, Clarence B., New Athens R2.... 

Overland 

Herman, Edward N., New Athens Rl, Buick 
Herman, F. William, New Athens Rl 

Chalmers 

Herr, L. F., Belleville R2 Overland 

Hermann, Henry A., Columbia Rl 

G. M. C. Truck 

Hertel, Louis, Millstadt Rl Overland 

Hess, Amiel, O'Fallon R2 Overland 

Hesse, Frank E., Freeburg Rl Maxwell 

Hesse, Geo. Sr., O'Fallon Rl Ford 

Hessler, Frank, Belleville R6 Cadillac 

Heumann, John, O'Fallon R2 Dodge 

Hilderbrand, Frank A., O'Fallon Rl....Ford 

Hill, Benj. E., Lebanon Rl Ford 

Hill, Clarion M., Freeburg Rl Saxon 

Hill, Jas. S., Caseyville Rl Chevrolet 

Hill, Otha E., Freeburg Rl Chevrolet 

Hill, Vando O., Freeburg R3 Chevrolet 

Himstedt, Henry, Dupo ...Hupmobile Truck 

Hindermann, Louis, Ma3coutahR3 Ford 

Hirst, Geo., New Athens R2 Dodge 



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Name Postoffice Make 

Hirstein, John, Trenton R2 Buick 

Hocher, Mrs. Jos., Collinsville Rl.. Rambler 

Hock, Frank, Millstadt R2 Chevrolet 

Hoecker, Henry, Caseyville Rl Overland 

Hoepfinger, Fred, Millstadt R2 

Maxwell Truck and Overland 

Hoepfinger. George C. Millstadt R2.. Allen 
Hoff, Ben St.. Fayetteville R3.... Chevrolet 

Hoff, Ben, Mascoutah R3 Chevrolet 

Hoff, B. H., Marissa Rl Chevrolet 

Hoff, Edward, Mascoutah R3 Chevrolet 

Hoff, John G., Mascoatah R3 

Buick and Chevrolet 

Hoffman, George H., Waterloo R3, Overland 
Hoffman, Hubert J., East Carondelet Rl 

Auburn 

Hofman, H. H., Belleville Rl Maxwell 

Hoffmann, John T., East Carondelet Rl, Reo 
Hoffmann, Mrs. Mary, Waterloo R3..Ford 
Hoffstetter, Wm. S., Columbia Rl 

Ford Truck 

Hofstetter, Adolph, East St. Louis Rl, Ford 
Hofstetter, Christian J., Columbia RL.Ford 
Hofstetter, Walter M., East St. Louis Rl 

Ford 

Hohrein, Henry, O'Fallon Rl Overland 

Hohrein, Joe, Trenton R2 Dodge 

Hohrein, Michael, Lebanon Rl Ford 

Holdener, Joseph A., Edgemont Sta. East 

St. Louis R4 Allen 

Holdener, Mathew, Edgemont Sta. East 

St. Louis R4 Maxwell 



Name Postoffice Make 

Holdener, Melchoir, Edgemont Sta. East 

St. Louis R4 Dodge 

Hoock, Albert, East Carondelet Rl 

^>,,..Ford Truck and Ford Touring Car 

Hoock, Jim, East St. Louis Rl Allen 

Hopfinger, >\rthur G., Mascoutah R2 Dort 

Huber, Edrka^^i, New Athens Rl Ford 

Huber, Henry, Belleville R6 Chevrolet 

Hucke, Joe, Millstadt Rl Studebaker 

Huelskoetter, Aug. W., Mascoutah R2..Ford 

Hulling, Albert, Mascoutah Rl Overland 

Hummert, Henry J., Fayetteville R6..Ford 
Huschle, Aug. G., Belleville R6. .Studebaker 

Huth, Fred, Marissa R2 Ford 

Huwer, Mrs. Margaretha, Belleville R5.. 

Buick 

Huwer, Oliver C, Belleville R5 Maxwell 

Huwer, Walter J., Millstadt Rl Ford 

Ittner, Walter N., Belleville Ford 

Jacob, Geo. P., Trenton R3 Ford 

Jacobi, Albert, Millstadt Rl Allen 

Jacobi, Geo., Millstadt R2 Chevrolet 

Jacobi, Urban A., Belleville RS Allen 

Jansen, Henry B., Freeburg R2 Ford 

Jerome, J. B., Edgemont Sta. East St. 

Louis R4 Allen 

Jones, William P., Marissa Rl.. International 

Joseph, Arthur, O'Fallon Rl Ford 

Joseph, Frank G., Trenton R3 Dodge 

Juenger, Fred W., Marissa Rl Ford 

Juenger, Henry, Fayetteville R3 Ford 



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ALL STYLES AND MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED 
RENTALS FOR ALL CARS 

ST. CLAIR CO. GAS & ELECTRIC CO. 

BeU Phone 1417 Kinloch Phone No. 957 

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GEO. H. LIEBIG, Proprietor. 

BUICK AND OAKLAND AUTOMOBILES 
TRUCKS AND TRACTORS 

Complete Service Station and line of Accessories. Harness and Harness 
Repairing. Auto Tops and Side Curtains repaired to your satisfaction 
Storage Batteries. Battery recharging and repairing. Expert Vulcanizing." 

Both Phones 62 Main Street MASCOUTAH, ILL, 



Name PostoflSce Make 

Juenger, Philip Jr., Marissa R2 Maxwell 

Jung, Henry, Mascoutah R3 Buick 

Jung, Isadore, Mascoutah Rl Maxwell 

Jung, Joseph F., Mascoutah R3 Dodge 

Jung, Peter M., Mascoutah R3 Overland 

Jung, William J., Mascoutah R3... Overland 
Junk, Pe'ir, New Athens R3 Ford 

Kabureck, Albert W., Freeburg Rl 

Chevrolet 

Kabureck, August, Freeburg R3 Overland 

Kabureck, Phillip, Freeburg Rl Chevrolet 

Kaiser, Wm. S., New Athens Rl Ford 

Kalbfleisch, Chas., Millstadt Rl Crow 

Kalbfleisch, John Sr., Millstadt R2 

Chevrolet 

Kalbfleisch, John Jr., Millstadt Crow 

Kamper, Edward, Belleville Rl..' Maxwell 

Karban, Joseph A., Waterloo R3.. Republic 

Karban, Mary, Waterloo R3 Chevrolet 

Karch, Gustav, Mascoutah R3 Overland 

Kayson, Edward, New Athens Rl. . .Overland 

Kebel, Fred, Trenton R2 Ford 

Kebel, Geo. E., Mascoutah R2 Elcar 

Kebel, Otto P., Mascoutah R2 Ford 

Keck, Adam, Belleville R5 Maxwell 

Keck, AugUbt H., Belleville R5 Reo 

Keck, Conrad Sr., Belleville R5 Ford 

Keck, Henry W., Centerville Station Rl.. 

Crow- Elkhart 

Keck, Jacob E., Belleville R5 Buick 

Keck, Louis L., Lebanon R2 Ford 

Keck, William F., Belleville R5..Studebaker 



Name PoetofEce Make 

Kehrer, John, Mascoutah R3 Ford 

Keim, Adam J., Waterloo R3 ^Ford 

Keim, Louis A., Waterloo R3 Ford 

Keim, Louis C, Waterloo R3 Ford 

Keim, Peter. Millstadt R2 Chevrolet 

Kern, Rosa, Mascoutah R3 Chevrolet 

Keller, Albert H., Centerville Station Rl 

Keller, Edgar, 6'Fallon Rl!.'!! ' '! !chevro°let 

Keller, John, Freeburg R3 Pord 

Keller, Philip, New Athens Rl Overland 

Kempf, Chas. A., Edgemont Sta. East St 

^I'O"'^ Rl Fo"rd 

Kern, Mary, Mascoutah R3 Ford 

Kessler, Julius, Freeburg R2 Overland 

Kessler, Henry, Freeburg R2 Overland 

Kettler, Herman, Waterloo R3 Chevrolet 

Kimmle, Adam, O'Fallon Overland 

Kinsella, Wm. F., Casey ville Rl. . ..Oakland 

Kirchhoefer, Adam, Marissa R2 Ford 

Kirchhoefer, Geo., Marissa R2 Ford 

Kirchhoefer, Henry, New Athens R3 

■ ■ ■ ■ Chevrolet 

Kirchhoefer, Michael, Freeburg R2.. Overland 

Kirleis, Fred, Waterloo R3 pord 

Klein, Dominick, Freeburg R3 Pord (2) 

Klein, John A.. New Athens RL.Studebakcr 
Klein, Nick Sr., O'Fallon Rl....Studebaker 

Klein, Paul, Mascoutah R3 Maxwell 

Kleinert Bros., Belleville R6 Buick 

Kleingelhofer, Chris, Mascoutah R2 

Chevrolet 



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A MAXWELL TRUCK YOU BUY THIS MONTH WILL 

MAKE YOU A PRESENT OF ITS TOTAL COST IN 

ONE YEAR 

The 5 passenger Maxwell Touring Car gives you next year's 

car today. 
Ride in one and be convinced. A complete line of parts 
at your service. 

CHAS. PROCASKY :: Distributor 

409-4U EAST MAIN STREET, BELLEVILLE, ILL 

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Name Postoffice Make 

Klein gelhofer, William A., Mascoutah R2 

Ford 

Kleinschmidt, Fcrd Jr., Columbia Rl 

Overland 

Kleinschmidt, Wm. G., Millstadt Rl.... Allen 

Kline, Stewart, Trenton R3 Ford 

Klingel, Chas., Mascoutah R3 Ford 

Klingel, Gustav, Mascoutah R3 Maxwell 

Klingel. Herman O., Mascoutah R3... Dodge 
Xlingel, Robert W., Mascoutah R3 

Studebaker 

Klingel, Walter E-, Mascoutah R3... Oakland 
Klingelhoefer, Gus, New Memphis 

Grant Six 

Klingelhoefer, Herbert C, Mascoutah Rl 

Olympian 

Klopmeyer, Henry E., Mascoutah R3.. Allen 

Klotz, Michael G., Columbia Rl Ford 

Klotz, Wm. G., Belleville R6 Dodge 

Knecht, Philip G., Marissa R2 Dort 

Knepper, Henry, Centerville Station Rl, Ford 

Knepper, John, Mascoutah R3 Chevrolet 

Knewitz, Fred, New Athens R3 

Willys-Knight 

Knewitz, Peter, New Athens R3. .. .Overland 
Kniepkamp, August, Freeburg R3 

Chevrolet 

Knipp, Edmund, Mascoutah Rl Ford 

Knipp, Geo. J., Mascoutah Rl Elcar 

Knipp, Otto, New Baden Ford 

Knobelock, Arthur, Belleville R6 Ford 

Knobelock, Rudolph, Belleville R6 Ford 

Koch, Edward A., Millstadt R2.... Chevrolet 



Name Postoffice Make 

Koch, Herman C, Millstadt R2. .. .Chevrolet 
Kochmann, Fred W., Millstadt R2, Chevrolet 

Koebel, Oliver J., Mascoutah R2 Ford 

Koesterer, Ben, Freeburg R2 Maxwell 

Koesterer, John, Freeburg Elcar 

KoUmeyer, W. A., Edgemont Sta. East 

St. Louis R2 Buick 

Kombrink, Henry J. , Freeburg R3 Buick 

Kombrink, Wm. H., Casey ville Rl Ford 

Kottkamp, Herman, Columbia Rl Ford 

•Kraft, Geo., New Athens Rl Overland 

Kramper, Mrs. Anna, St. Libory Rl 

Scripps Booth 

Kramper, Fred J., St. Libory Rl 

Ford and Maxwell 

Kraske, George, Belleville R6 Maxwell 

Krebs, Bernhard, New Athens R2 

Ford and Dixie 

Krick, Valentine, Centerville Station Rl.. 

Ford 

Krieg. Joe, Freeburg R2 Maxwell 

Kropp, William, Millstadt R2. ...Studebaker 

Krump, Chas., Trenton R2 Maxwell 

Krupp, Jacob, Belleville R3 Studebaker 

Krupp, John, Belleville R2 Ford 

Kruppe, Emil P., Millstadt R2 Overland 

Kruse, Geo., Mascoutah R3 Dort 

Kuehn, Henry N., Mascoutah Rl.. Olympian 

Kuehn, Wm. L., Mascoutah Rl Maxwell 

Kuhlann, Dietrich, Belleville R3. .Studebaker 

Kuhn, George, New Athens R2 Overland 

Kunze, Gustave, Marissa R2 

Velie Sedan and Allen 



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I WEST END TIRE SHOPi 

WM. E. SCHMISSEUR, Proprietor. 

Belleville's Leading Tire Shop 

Vulcanizing a Specialty. 

i* Cal. in and see our large stock of Republic, Ajax and Oldfield Tires. X 
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♦J» A Tire tor every car. Satisfaction guaranteed. Road Service. •*♦ 

*^ 1924 West Main Street Kinloch Phone 787 BELLEVILLE, ILL. ^!* 



Name Postoffice Make 

Kunze, Gustave, Belleville R6 Studebaker 

Kunze, J. C. F., Marissa Rl, Cadillac Eight 
Kurtz, Leonard A., Belleville Rl. .Chevrolet 

lyacquement, Ernest, Trenton R3.. Overland 

Lakins, Daniel, Lebanon R2 Overland 

Lang, Henry, Millstadt R2 Allen 

Lang, Louis, New Baden Rl Ford 

Lanter, Joseph A., New Athens Rl.. Overland 
Lanter, Edward P., Mascoutah R3, Buick Six 
Laughlin, Thomas L., New Athens R2, Ford 
Lautenschlaege, Conrad G., Mascoutah Rl 

Chalmers and Hudson 

Lawrence, Ebeni, New Athens R3.. Chevrolet 

Leilich, Geo., New Athens Rl Ford 

Leingang, Henry, Millstadt R2 Allen 

Lembke, Rudolph, Mascoutah R3.. Maxwell 

Lcmen, Julius, O'Fallon R2 Cadillac 

Lemien, Joseph C, East St. Louis RL.Reo 

Leonhardt, John, Mascoutah R3 Maxwell 

LePere, Louis, Belleville R4 Reo 

Levin, Alfonse, East Carondelet Maxwell 

Levin, Alfred, East St. Louis Rl Ford 

Levin, George L., East Carondelet Rl 

Maxwell 

Lickenbrock, Mary, St. Libory Rl Ford 

Liebig, John H., Mascoutah Rl 

Buick and Republic Truck 

Linck, Geo., Lebanon R2 Overland 

Lincks, John, New Athens Chevrolet 

Linder, Frank J., Mascoutah R3 Hudson 

Lindcr, John, Belleville K2 Chevrolet 

Linss, Richard, Freeburg R2 Ford 



Nam<. Postoffice Make 

Lippert, Henry, Freeburg Rl Briscoe 

Lippert, John H., New Athens R2 Ford 

Lobstein, Geo., Edgemont Sta. East St. 

Louis R4 Dodge 

Loehr, Nick, Waterloo R3 Overland 

Lohmann, Louis C, Centerville Rl Dodge 

Lopinot, Julius,, Belleville R4 Buick 

Lopinot, L. M., East St. Louis RL.Reo Six 
Louis, Frank A., O'Fallon Rl.... Studebaker 

Louis, John F., O'Fallon Chevrolet 

Luckner, Otto, Lebanon R2 Studebaker 

Lwckner, Walter, Lebanon R2 Studebaker 

Luechtefeld, Julius, St. Libory Maxwell 

Luehder, Henry, Mascoutah Rl Ford 

Lueth, Henry F., New Athens R3 

Maxwell Truck 

Luethmeyer, Henry, Belleville Maxwell 

Luettinger, Louis E., Trenton R2 Ford 

Luetzelschwab, Jacob, Millstadt R2 Ford 

Lurtz, Edward L., Belleville R6 

Dodge and Ford 

Lutz, Joseph, Casey ville Ford 

Malbrich, Michael, Mascoutah R2 Ford 

Malbrich, Geo. R., Lebanon Rl, Grant She 

Mannz, John Jr., O'Fallon Rl Overland 

Marran, Frank, East Carondelet Rl Ford 

Marxie, William J., Millstadt Rl. ...Maxwelt 
Masserang, Jacob, Belleville R5.. .Chevrolet 
Masserang, William, Centerville Station 

Rl Ford 

Massmeyer, Stephen and Henry, Mascou- 
tah R3 Maxwell 



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VOLAND & SONS :: Garage 

DISTRIBUTORS FOR MONROE MOTOR CARS 

Lee Regular and Puncture Proof Tires, Fisk Tires and other well known makes of 

tires and tubes. Expert Vulcanizing done at any time. Reliable Repairing. 

Vulcan Springs for all cars. Mobiloils for cars and tractors. 

Phones, Bell 363, Kinloch 382. 
102-4 North Illinois Street BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 






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I VITALITY MILK FARM | 

^ GEO. W. TIEDEMANN, Owner, F. M. SCOTT, Manager •'• 

REGISTERED HOLSTEIN- 
X FRIESIAN HERD | 

I HEADED BY \ 

I KING SEGIS AGGIE DEKOL | 

i THIRTY-ONE POUND GREAT GRANDSON OF KING SEGIS | 

*i HERD TUBERCULIN TESTED t 

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I Inspection Invitta. Satisfaction Guaranteed | 

I Phone Belleville 3150f3 Route No. 1 O'FALLON, ILLINOIS | 

XT r»f«toffice Make Name Postoffice Make 

,. "[^^ V nv PiXvme R4 Maxwell Meckfessel. Arthur W.. Belleville R3.. Regal 

5:;S:' S; Mtc;'utah''Rr.::::Maxwell Meckfessd. Wm^H, Caseyv.lle Rl... Dort 

S: fellbrrchr;. EurMaHrsr^''.OveHand Mehrten.. Herman. MHlstadt R2...0veHand 

Maurer. Frederick. New Athens Rl,^^.^.^^^^ ^l^^faX fSu^7"k2. .^!;;.;.ChevfoTet 

Maurer.' ' JohnV Freeburg Rl Studebaker Merod. Louis, Belleville Rl. Allen 

Maurer Phil.p. New Athens Rl. .Studebaker Mertz. Ch"st>na. Waterloo J ■"••••• -f^^' J 

Maurer Phillip Jr.. New Athens R2 Metter. Edw. G., Columbia Rl Ford Truck 

Maurer, rn p j . Overland Metter. Frank Sr., Columbia Rl Ford 

Maurer, Phiuip,' New Athens R2. .. .Overland Metze, Henry, New Athens R2. .. .Chevrolet 

Mayer, Louis, Belleville R2 Reo Metzgar, John C. Freeburg R3. . ..Chevrolet 

McBride, Tom, Millstadt Rl Ford Meyer, Frank, Trenton R2 ^ora 

McCurdy, Daniel S., Marissa R2. .. .Maxwell Meyer, Fred, Lebanon Rl tora 



AUTO ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT GARAGE 

R. C. STANLEY, Proprietor 

REPAIR WORK ON ALL AUTOMOBILE ELECTRICAL 
EQUIPMENT 

General Repair Work Also Done. Special Attention to Farmers' Trade 

Kinloch 1018 

West A Street Near Third, BELLEVILLE, ILL. 



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Name Po«toffice Make 

Meyer, Geo. A., Mascoutah R2 Maxwell 

Meyer, Henry F., Edgemont Sta. East St. 

Louis R4 Oakland 

Meyer, Leo, Lebanon Ford 

Meyer, Louis W., Centerville Station Rl 

Buick and Ford 

Meyer, Theo., Millstadt Rl Doris 

Meyer, William, Marissa R2 Overland 

Midgley, Edward, Lebanon Rl Ford 

Miller, C. W., Belleville R2 Ford 

Miller, Henry, Millstadt R2 Allen 

Miller, Joe A., Belleville R2 

Ford and Ford Truck 

Miller, Louis, Belleville R2 Dodge 

Miller, John, FreebUrg Rl Chalmers 

Miller, Marcel A., Belleville Rl. .Studebaker 

Miller, Philip L., Millstadt Rl Allen 

Miller, Wilmer L-, Belleville Rl 

Buick Six and Ford Truck 

Mitchell, Fred A., Belleville R5 Buick 

Moeller, William, Lenzburg Rl Ford 

Moergen, Jacob J., O'Fallon R2 Rambler 

Mohr, Katy, Millstadt R2 Ford 

Monken, Albert H., O'Fallon Rl Ford 

Monken, Arnold W., Trenton R2 Maxwell 

Monken, Earl G., Summerfield Saxon 

Monken, John L., Trenton R3 Ford 

Monken, Joe V. Jr., Lebanon Rl Maxwell 

Muck, Christ, Lebanon R2 Overland 

Muck, Geo., Lebanon Rl Overland 

Mueller, Albert C, Belleville R6. .Chevrolet 

Mueller, Arthur P., Mascoutah R2 Ford 

Mueller, Charlie, Freeburg Rl Maxwell 

Mueller, Edward V., Millstadt Rl.... Allen 

Mueller, Fred C, Belleville RS Ford 

Mueller, Geo. A., Millstadt R2.. . .Studebaker 

Mueller, Geo., Freeburg R.2 Maxwell 

Mueller, George, Millstadt Rl Overland 

Mueller, Joseph D., Belleville R2 Dodge 

Mueller, Jacob W., Belleville R5 

Overland and Maxwell Truck 

Mueller, John, Centerville Station Rl, Buirk 

Mueller, John, Marissa R3 Ford 

Mueller, John E., Belleville R2. .. .Chevrolet 
Mueller, John P., Mascoutah Rl.. Grant Six 

Mueller, Julius, Belleville R6 Ford 

Mueller, Walter, Freeburg R2 

Chalmers and Maxwell 

Mueller, William, Columbia Rl Saxon 

Muehlhauser, Otto, Mascoutah R3.. Oakland 



A New Car For An 
Old One 



It is the FINISH that makes the 
machine as far as appearance goes. 
What about letting us repaint your 
automobile? 

We repair and rebuild tops, repair 
wheels, springs and bodies. Come in 
and see us. 

CARRIAGE AND AUTO PAINTING 



Schanuel 
Carriage and Automobile 



Works 



FIRST AND LINCOLN STREETS 
BELLEVILLE, ILL. 



Name Postoffice Make 
Mueth, Catherine, New Athens R2 

Ford Truck 

Mueth, Chas., Mascoutah R3 Reo 

Mueth, Louis, Waterloo R3 Dort 

Mumme, Theodore, Fayetteville R3.. Maxwell 

Munie, Geo. J., O'Fallon R2 Studebaker 

Munier, Baptist J., Freeburg Rl. .Studebaker 

Munier, Louis. Freeburg R3 Studebaker 

Muren, John L., Belleville R6 Ford 

Murray, Harry W., Belleville R3 Ford 

Muskopf, Fritz, Millstadt R2 Dodge 

Muskcpf, John C, Millstadt R2 Ford 

Muskopf, Louis, Millstadt Rl Maxwell 

Muskopf, Peter T.. Millstadt R2 Ford 

-Muskopf. Philip, Millstadt R2 Ford 






The Nertens Vulc. & Tire Agency 



ERTEN'S Manufacturers of MERTENS INNER TUBE PATCHES— The Patch 

ETHOD ^'^^^ ^^^ ^^ vulcanized. 

EANS Local Dealers for U.MTED STATES, FISK. AND GOODRICH TIRES 

ORE Quadity Accessories and Quality Repairs 

ILEAGE Bell 1380 Kinloch 126 



328 WEST MAIN STREET BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 

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The First National Bank 
of Marissa 

MARISSA " ILLINOIS 



Capital 



$50,000.00 



Surplus and Undivided Profits $12,000.00 

Many farmers of St. Clair County are numbered among our de- 
positors. We appreciate and invite the accounts of farmers. When 
in Marissa make this bank your headquarters. 

This Bank is under United States Government supervision, and 
the money you deposit with us secures National Rank Protection. 

DIRECTORS 

W. M. Hamilton, J. A. Hamilton, W. E. Meek, John Hotz, 

Ed. Kunze, S. S. Boyle, C. A. Finger, W. M. K. Lyons, 

G. W. Nevin 

OFFICERS 

W. M. Hamilton, President John Hotz, Vice President 

J. A. Hamilton, Cashier W. G. Quade, Ass't Cashier 

Interest Paid on Time Certificates of Deposit 



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NEWKRAOILCO. 

Succe**ors to John Loos & Sons 

RETAIL AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN HIGH-GRADE KEROSENE. GASOLINE, 
LUBRICATING OILS AND GREASES 

Auto and Tractor Oils, Texaco Gas, Oils and Greases, Gordon Tires. Special attention 

to the farmers' wants. 

Service Station and Office 6 Blocks South of Square 

Phones: Kinloch 1024; Bell 177 Our Motto: SERVICE AND QUALITY 

512 SOUTH ILLINOIS STREET -:- -:- BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 



Name Postoffice Make 

Muskopf, Walter H., Millstadt R2. .Maxwell 
Myerscough Bros., New Athens Rl, Overland 

Neflf, Ben J., New Athens R2 Ford 

Neff, Catherine, Freeburg R3 Overland 

Neff, Conrad L., New Athens R2. .Chevrolet 

Neff, L, New Athens R2 Ford 

Neflf, Jacob, New Athens R2 Ford 

Nichols, Stephen, Lebanon Rl Studebaker 

Nicol, Rudolph, Mascoutah R3 Allen 

Niemeyer, August, Lebanon Rl Maxwell 

Nies, Henry D.,- Trenton R2 Studebaker 

Nies, William, Mascoutah R3 Allen 

Noerper, Albert J., Millstadt Rl Ford 

Nolle, Philip, Eas^t Carondelet Rl Ford 

T^orth, Samuel D., Lebanon Rl Ford 

Nu«rnberger, Geo. H., New Athens R3 

Willys-Knight 

Nuernberger, Louis G., New Athens R3.. 

Willys-Knight 

Nuernberger, Philip J., Lenzburg 

Moline-Knight 

Nungesser, Geo., Mascoutah R2 Ford 

Nungesser, Justes, Mascoutah Rl Ford 

Obernagel, Mrs. Fred, Freeburg R2 

Studebaker and Ford 

Obernuefemann, Dave, O'Fallon R2 Ford 

Obernuefemann, Mike, O'Fallon R2 Dodge 

Ochs, Harry, Lebanon R2 Allen 

Ohlendorf, Fred, Belleville R2 Chevrolet 

Ohlendorf, John, Belleville R6 

Allen and Ford 

Ohlendorf, Louis, Freeburg R3 Overland 

Osick, John, East Carondelet Rl Ford 

Osick, William H., Millstadt Rl Allen 

Otten, Henry, Centerville Station Rl, Saxon 

Otto, Louis, Trenton R2 Chevrolet 

Ovelgoenner, Henry, Caseyville Rl, Chevrolet 

Pagenkemper. August, Fayetteville Rl 

Chevrolet 

Pannier, Otto, Lenzburg Rl Overland 

Parker, James, New Athens R2 Ford 

Paule, Christ J., Belleville Rl, Willys-Knight 

Pausch, John, O'Fallon R2 Olympian 

Pellmann, Emil G., Belleville R2 Ford 

Perrin, Geo. F., Mascoutah R2 Ford 

Pcrrottet, Chas., Belleville R6 Buick 

Perschbacher, Charles, Marissa R2 Ford 

Peter, Henry V., Centerville Station Rl.. 
Oldsmobile 



Name Postoflfice Make 

Peters, Henry, Trenton R2 Ford 

Petri, Alex, Lenzburg Ford 

Petri, Henry G., Mascoutah R3. .Chevrolet 

Petri, William H., Lenzburg Ford 

Petry, Christ, Freeburg R3 Ford 

Petry, Philip H., Millstadt R2 Ford 

Pfannebecker, Henry, Waterloo R3.. Maxwell 

PfeflFer, Anthony, Belleville RS Ford 

PfefFer, Chas. M., Millstadt R2 Ford 

PfeflFer, Philip, New Athens R2 Ford 

Pfeiflfer, Frank J., Mascoutah R2. .Chevrolet 
PfeiflFer, Fred G., New Athens R2. .Chevrolet 

Pfingsten, Edw. W., Belleville R4 Allen 

Pfingsten, Henry, Belleville R4. . .Studebaker 
Pfingsten, John W., Belleville RS, Studebaker 



DDPO GARAGE AND 
MANUFACTDRING CO. 



We Do Welding and Cutting of All 
Metals, Carbon Removing, Horse- 
shoeing. General Blacksmithing and 
Woodworking. 

Overhauling of all makes of autos, 
trucks, tractors and farm imple- 
ments. Battery repairing and re- 
charging, etc. 

ACCESSORIES OF ALL KINDS 

Tires Repaired and VulcanixMl 



PHONE 23 

CHAS. J. BECKER, General Manager 
DUPO, ILL. 



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Ie.hagist 

& SON 

I ST. CLAIR COUNTY'S LARGEST 

t DEPARTMENT STORE 



MASCOUTAH 



ILLINOIS 



^'Distinctive Quality and Service^ 
is our Motto. 



We have a complete line of Ready to Wear, everything that a 
woman could wish, and through skillful foresight in buying we are 
enabled to sell better merchandise at better prices, which goes to 
show that all these things have been taken into careful considera- 
tion and in spite of the economic conditions we are still giving the 
public the same service that we have all through our long business 
career. 

Our Grocery Department is unequalled in all St. Clair County. 
The feature of our Grocery Department being in the fact, that we 
operate our own produce and commission house, which enables us 
to pay the highest market price on all country produce at all 
times. 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR COUNTY 



Name Postoffice Make 

Pflasterer, George, Marissa Rl Moore 

Pflugrmacher, Frank, Belleville R4 Buick 

Pflugmacher, Michael, Belleville R4 Reo 

Phillips, Ben A., Freeburg R3 Ford 

Phillips, Benj. H., Freeburg Maxwell 

Phillips, Jerome, Freeburg R.I Chevrolet 

Phillips, Milton, Belleville R2 Ford 

Phillips, Nathan, Belleville R2 Ford 

Pistel, John, Mascoutah R2 Ford 

Poos, Jake, Lebanon R2 Doris 

Prediger, Jerome, New Athens R3, Overland 

Press, Michael W., Smithton Maxwell 

Probst, C. A., New Athens R2 Chevrolet 

Probst, Edward R., Waterloo R3 Ford 

Probst, Mary, Waterloo R3 Ford 

Probst, William C. New Athens R2. .Ford 
Procasky, Marie and Bros., Freeburg R2 

Maxwell 

Procasky, Wm., Freeburg Maxwell 

Pulliam, LaFayette M., Millstadt Rl 

Chevrolet 

Quinn, Henry, Belleville R2 Ford 

Quirin, Geo., Belleville R6 Ford 

Quirin, Philip. Belleville R2 Ford 

Quitmeyer, Fred, Trenton R3 Ford 

Rabel, Henry, Lebanon Rl Maxwell 

Rapp, Chas., Freeburg R3 Ford 



Name Postoffice Make 

Rapp, Gregory, Belleville R6 Ford 

Rapp, Henry, Belleville R2 Studebaker 

Rasp, Martin, O'Fallon Rl Overland 

Rasp, Victor, Belleville R6 Dodge 

Rau, Peter Jr., Columbia R2 Maxwell 

Rausch, Ben F., New Athens Rl Ford 

Rechner, Albert G., O'Fallon R2 Maxwell 

Rechner, Chas., O'Fallon R2 Maxwell 

Rehberger, Mrs. John, Trenton R3 Ford 

Rehberger, Ralph, Lebanon Rl Maxwell 

Rehg, Albert, Centerville Station RL.Ford 
Rehg, George H., East Carondelet Rl 

Ford Truck 

Rehg, Mrs. Philip W., Centerville Station 

Rl Overland 

Rehg, Wm., Centerville Station Rl.... Dodge 

Reibold, John W., Lebanon Rl Ford 

Reichert, John A., East Carondelet Rl 

International Truck 

Reichert, William, Millstadt Rl Ford 

Reichert, Wm., Freeburg Rl 

Marmon and Cadillac (2> 

Reichert, Wm. J., Columbia RL.Ford Truck 

Reinhardt, Alois, W.aterloo R3 Overland 

Reinhardt, Frank, Edgemont Sta. East St. 

Louis R2 Buick 

Reinhardt, Julius, Freeburg R2 Ford 

Reinheimer, Louis, Freeburg R2 Maxwell 

Reinnick, John, Freeburg R2 Maxwell 




Manufactured by 

OAKLAND 

& N. TR.\CKS, GR.^XD .WE. 



FOUNDRY CO. 

BELLKVILLE, ILLINOIS 



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Why Shippers Consign Nore live 
Stock To Us Than Others 



When shippers consign more live stock to us than any 
other commission firm at National Stock Yards, there 
must be a reason. That reason is "OUR SUPERIOR 
SERVICE." 

Our leadership is due to our thorough organization of 
EXPERT SALESMEN in every department. Whether you 
ship a truck load, car load or train load, you will receive 
the same IDEAL EXPERT SERVICE and COURTEOUS 
TREATMENT. 

We have reached leadership through our UNTIRING 
WORK, HIGH SALES and SQUARE DEALING. We 
gladly refer you to anyone for whom we have ever sold 
stock. 

Give us a trial with your next shipment and let us con- 
vince you by ACTUAL SALES. We are pleasing others 
and know we can please you. All we ask is just an op- 
portunity to show you. 




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§ NATIONAL STOCK YARDS, ILLINOIS 



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Drovers National Bank 

AT THE ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK YARDS 

EAST ST. LOUIS, ILLINOIS 
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CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS 




$225,000:00 

INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 

u 

M. E. PATTERSON, President H. R. DOOLEY, Cashier 



Name Postoffice liake 

Reinnick, John, Freeburg Rl Oakland 

Reiss, Ferd J., O'Fallon Studebaker 

Reiss, Geo. W., Freeburg R3 Ford 

Reiss, Wm. H., Trenton R2 Studebaker 

Rensing, Ben, Trenton R2 Elkhart 

Renth, Arthur W., Mascoutah Rl Ford 

Renth, Harry C, Mascoutah Rl Ford 

Renth, Henry, Mascoutah R3 Chevrolet 

Renth, Henry G., Mascoutah R2 Maxwell 

Renth, John Fred, Mascoutah R2 Maxwell 

Renth. Peter J., Mascoutah Rl Maxwell 

Reppel, Henry St., Marissa R2 Ford 

Rcppel, John, Lenzburg Studebaker 

Repple, Philip, Marissa R2 Ford 

Rettinghouse, James, New Athens R2..Ford 
Rettinghouse, John W., New Athens R2 

Ford 

Rettinghouse, William, New Athens R2, Ford 
Reuss, Ferdinand I,., Belleville R6 

Willys Six 

Rheinecker, Chas., Belleville R2 Ford 

Richter, Christ, Mascoutah R2 Mitchell 

Richter, Edmund W., Mascoutah Rl.. Dodge 

Richter, Erwin F., Mascoutah R2 Buick 

Richter, Harrison G., Mascoutah Rl 

Oldsmobile 

Richter, Henry, Mascoutah R2 Ford 

Richter, Louis, Mascoutah R2 Chandler 

Richter, Otto, Mascoutah R2 Buick 

Richter, Peter, Mascoutah R2 Ford 

Richter, Philip, Mascoutah R2 Hayncs 

Ridgeway, Wm., Centerville Station Rl.. 
Hudson 



Name Postoffice Make 

Rieder, J. and F., Lebanon R2 Dodge 

Rieso, Edward, New Athens R2, Saxon Six 
Rieso, Henry G., Freeburg Rl 

Studebaker and Maxwell 

Rieso, Henry, Freeburg Rl Chevrolet 

Rieso, Oscar, New Athens R2 Chevrolet 

Riess, Edward, Mascoutah Rl Buick 

Riess, Geo., Mascoutah Rl ..Ford 

Riess, Otto, Mascoutah Rl .Allen 

Rist, Anton J., Mascoutah Rl Reo 

Rittenhouse, Charles D., Belleville Rl 

Studebaker 

Rittmeyer, Mrs. Lena, New Athens R2.... 

Olympian 

Rix, William E., Freeburg Rl Overland 

Rochell, Frank R., Trenton R3 Overland 

Rochell, Herman H., Lebanon Rl... Maxwell 

Rochell, John E., Trenton R2 Allen 

Rodemich, Fred G., Millstadt Rl Ford 

Rodemich, Robert L., Millstadt Rl....Ford 

Roedlar, Geo., Trenton R2 Champion 

Roenicke, William F., Millstadt Rl Allen 

Rolle, John B., Edgemont Sta. East St. 

Louis R4 Ford (2) 

Roos, Adam, Millstadt R2 Chevrolet 

Roos, Geo. R., Millstadt R2 Chevrolet 

Rosenberger, Louis, Waterloo R3 Ford 

Roth, George Sr., New Athens R2 Ford 

Roth, John A., New Athens R2. .Chevrolet 

Rouse, John W., Trenton R3 Ford 

Roustio, Edward B.. O'Fallon R2. .Chevrolet 

Ruckriegel. Chas., Belleville R6 Ford 

Ruhmann, Julius, Belleville R5 Dodge 



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Dupo State Savings Bank 

Dupo, Illinois 



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apital .... $25,000.00 | 

Surplus and Undivided Profits 
Net $6,118.34 



OFFICERS 

GeorgeC.Lindemann 

President 

Chas. LaCroix, Sr 

Vice President 

Louis J. Dyroff 

Vice President 

Albert Metzger 

Cashier 




DIRECTORS 

GeorgeCLindemann 

Chas. LaCroix, Sr. 

Louis J. Dyroff 

H. W. Schwartz 

C. H. LaCroix 



WE PAY 3% ON SAVINGS AND 
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT 

WE CAN HELP YOU COME IN AND SEE US 

We encourage General Farming and are willing to assist you in your 
Farm Operations and Improvements. 

WHEN YOU HAVE MONEY deposit it here. 

WHEN YOU WANT MONEY we will loan it to you. 



ACCOUNTS OF RESPONSIBLE INDIVIDUALS, 
FIRMS, AND CORPORATIONS SOLICITED 

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VOELKEL BROS. COMPANY 

Dealers m STOVES, HARDWARE, PAINTS AND OILS 
CHINA, GLASSWARE, TOYS 

Acme Quality Paints, Valdura Paint, Karr-Enamel Ranges, Guns and 

Ammunition. 
Visit our new department for China, Glassware and Toys. The finest display 

in the city. 
313-317 Bast Main Street BELLEVILLK. ILL. 



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Name Postoffice Make 

Runkwitz, Erwin H., Lebanon R2 Allen 

Ruppel, Conrad, O'Fallon Rl Dodge 

Ruth, Mrs. Mary, Trenton R2 Hupmobile 

Sackwitz, Fred, New Athens R3 

Stern Truck and Willys-Knight 

Saenger, Fred, Mascoutah Ch«vrolet 

Saenger, Otto J., Mascoutah R3.. Overland 

Sandidgo, Clarence, Freeburg Briscoe 

Saquet, John, Mascoutah R2 Buick 

Sauerwein, Henry, Marissa Rl Ford 

Sauerwein, Henry L., New Athens R2 

Oldsmobile 

Satil, Albert, Millstadt R2 Chevrolet 

Sauzek, Martin L-, Freeburg R3 Overland 

Schad Bros., Belleville R6 Maxwell 

Schaefer, Mrs. Elizabeth, Freeburg R3, Ford 

Schaefer, Mrs. Louisa, Freeburg R3 Ford 

Schaefer, Nicholas, Freeburg R3 Reo 

Schaefer, Phillip Sr., New Athens R2 

Chevrolet 

Schaefer, Phillip, Freeburg R2 Chevrolet 

Schaefer, John, Freeburg R3 Ford 

Schaefer, Wm. Jr., Lebanon Rl Ford 

Schafer, Henry, New Athens R2 Ford 

Schaller, Philip J., New Athens R3 

Studebaker 

Schanz, August, Mascoutah R3 Maxwell 

Schanz, Herman, Freeburg R2 Overland 

Schanz, Louis P., Mascoutah R3.. Overland 
Schanz, Mrs. Mary, New Athens Rl 

Chevrolet 

Schaperkoetter, Wm., O'Fallon R2, Chevrolet 



Name Postoflfice Make 

Scharf, Bernhard. Belleville RS Allen 

Scharf. C. Richard, Millstadt Rl Ford 

Scharf, Henry Jr., Belleville R4 Ford 

Scharf. John L., Belleville R5. .. .Chevrolet 
Scharf, John Jr., Belleville R4. .Crow-FJkhart 
Schaubert, Geo. E-. Mascoutah R2.. Mitchell 
Schaubert, Henry, New Baden Rl.. Mitchell 
Schaumleflfel, William B., Belleville R5... 

Buick 

Schaumloeflfel, Wm., Belleville R-l... Maxwell 
Scherer, John P., Mascoutah R3. .Chevrolet 
Schickedanz, Adam Sr., Lenzburg RL.Ford 
Schickedanz, Conrad, Marissa R2. .Chevrolet 

Schickedanz, George, Marissa Rl Ford 

Schickedanz, Henry, Marissa Rl Ford 

Schindler, Geo., Belleville R6 Allen 

Schinzing, Frank, Marissa R3 Overland 

Schinzing, Paul, Freeburg Rl Chevrolet 

Schlichter, Robert, Mascoutah Rl.. Oakland 
Schlichter, Walter A., Mascoutah Rl 

Overland 

Schlueter, August, Freeburg R2 Ford 

Schmi<lt. August, Belleville R4 iford 

Schmidt, Edward W., Millstadt R3 Ford 

Schmidt. Otto F., Marissa R3. .. .Overland 

Schmidt, Otto G., Marissa R2 Ford 

Schmidt, Sebastian- A., O'Fallon Rl Ford 

Schmitt, Edward J., Lebanon Rl Buiclt 

Schmitt, Julius, Lebanon Rl Ford 

Schnusseur, Albert A., Belleville Rl 

Studebaker 

Schmoll Bros., Lenzburg Ford 



FRKD DAAB 

Dealer in 

LIME AND CEMENT, SAND, LIMESTONE FERTILIZER, 
ROOFING AND DRAIN TILE 



700 South Illinois Street 



BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 



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PETER HAUPT 

Proprietor 

WHITE DOVE FLOUR MILLS 

For 35 years the products of this mill have been known for their 
High Quality. Always in the market for wheat at the highest market 
price. Satisfaction guaranteed to every one. 



Phones Kinloch and Bell. 



NEW ATHENS 



ILLINOIS 



Name Postoffice Make 

Schneider, Chas. H., Lenzburg. .Studebaker 

Schneider, Emil P., Lenzburg Rl Ford 

Schneider, Henry J., Lenzburg Overland 

Schneider, John, Millstadt R2 Ford 

Schneider, Otto A., Freeburg R3 Dodge 

Schneider, Peter J., Lenzburg Ford 

Schnur, Henry, Mascoutah Rl Ford 

Schnur, Henry C, Freeburg R2 Ford 

Schnur, Philip, Mascoutah Rl Maxwell 

Schobert, Adam, Belleville R3 Dodge 

Schoene, Benjamin, Trenton R2. . .Studebaker 

Schoene, Henry G., Trenton R2 Pullman 

Schopher, William, New Athens R3, Overland 

Schorr, John, Millstadt Rl Ford 

Schroeder, August, Mascoutah R2 Empire 

Schroeder, Edward, Belleville R6... Maxwell 

Schubert, Louis, Belleville R6 Reo 

Schuetz, Peter B., Belleville R6 Maxwell 

Schuh, Jacob, Belleville Rl Overland 

Schulz, Jacob, New Athens Rl Overland 

Schuster, Jacob, New Athens R3 Ford 

Schuster, Philip Jr., Lenzburg Rl Ford 

Schuster, Philip P., Lenzburg Rl Ford 

Schwab, Charles, Millstadt R2 Ford 

Schwab. Fred J., Millstadt R2.. . .Chevrolet 

Schwaegel, August F., Belleville Rl 

Studebaker 

Schwaegel, Frank, Belleville R2 Allen 

Schwaegel, Jacob, O'Fallon R2 Dodge 

Schwagle, Chas., Belleville R2 Allen 

Schwartz, Joseph, Belleville R2 Ford 

Schwartz, Philip, Edgemont Sta. East St. 

Louis R4 Studebaker 



Name Postoffice Make 

Schwarz, Ben, New Athens Rl Velie 

Schwarz, Frank J., Belleville R5 Overland 

Schwarz, Fred, New Athens Rl Ford 

Schwarz, Henry J., Lebanon R2 Ford 

Schwarz, Joseph, Freeburg R2 Maxwell 

Schwebel, Henry, New Athens Rl 

Willys-Knight 

Schwinn, Fred A., Belleville R4 Peerless 

Schwinn, Fred L., Belleville R4 Peerless 

Seeger, Henry P., Millstadt Rl Ford 

Seewald, Arthur and Kate, Summerfield.. 

Ford 

Seewal^, Henry E., Trenton R2 Dodge 

Seibel, Henry J., Belleville R3 Maxwell 

Seibert, Albert L., Belleville Rl Buick 

Seibert, Arthur, O'Fallon Rl Maxwell 

Seibert, Erwin W., Belleville R6, Ford Sedan 

Seibert, Henry C, Belleville Rl Buick 

Seibert, Henry G., Mascoutah R3 Saxon 

Seibert, Henry G., Belleville Rl Buick 

Seibert, John F., Belleville Rl Buick 

Seibert, Theodore, Belleville Rl Buick 

Seile, Louis F., Millstadt Rl Chevrolet 

Sewald, Michael, Mascoutah R2. . .Overland 
Shaller, William, Lenzburg ...Willys-Knight 

Shaper, Ferdinand, New Athens R2 Ford 

Shonty, Jacob, East Carondelet Rl....Ford 

Short, R. S., Marissa Buick 

Siegel, Conrad P., Lebanon Ford 

Siegel, George, Trenton R2 Ford 

Siegel, Wm. Sr., Troy Rl Overland 

Siegman, Fred, Lenzburg Ford 

Sinn, Louis, Marissa Rl Briscoe 



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Name Postoffice Make 

Skaer, Oscar, New Athens Rl Chevrolet 

Skaer, Phillip. New Athens R2. . .Chevrolet 
Skaer, William J., Freeburg R3. .Studebaker 

Slavin, John W., O'Fallon R2 Dodge 

Slieper, Fred, New Athens R3 Ford 

Smith, Edwiu, 1 reeuurg R2 Ford 

Smith, Elmer W., Millstadt R2 Ford 

Smith, Isaac, Marissa R2 ; 

Maxwell and Overland 

Snyder, M. A., Belleville, Chalmers and Allen 

Sommer, Anton F., Mascoutah Rl Allen 

Sommer, Michael Jr., Marissa Rl Ford 

Sparwasser, Carl, Columbia Rl Overland 

Sped, Joe W., Freeburg Rl Buick 

Sped, Mike, Freeburg R2 Reo 

Speichinger, Herman, Millstadt R2.. Maxwell 
Spitzmass, Herman, Belleville Rl 

Allen and Maxwell 

Stahl, Alfred, Freeburg R3 

Studebaker and Chevrolet 

Stahl, Walter, Freeburg R3 Chevrolet 

Stallman, Fred, New Athens Rl Ford 

Stallman, Henry, New Athens Rl Buick 

Stapf, Louis, Mascoutah Chevrolet 

Stein, Albert H., Mascoutah R2 Elcar 

Stein, C. Henry, Belleville R2. . .Studebaker 

Stein, John C, Mascoutah R3 Ford 

Stein, Louis, Belleville R2 Chevrolet 

Steinheimer, Moritz, Lenzburg Rl Ford 

Stemler, George, Columbia Rl Ford 

Stencel, Julius, New Athens R2 Overland 

Stiffler, John. Waterloo R3 Maxwell 

Stites, Wilbur, Belleville R3 Studebaker 



Name Postoffice Make 

Stock, Anton M., Lebanon Rl Dodge 

Stoeckel, Jo»eph, Millstadt Rl Pord 

Stoeckel, Joseph, Belleville RS Ford 

Stone. J. J., Marissa R3 Ford 

Stookey, Chas. A., Belleville RS Ford 

Stookey, Charles D.. Freeburg Rl Ford 

Stookey, Eben S., Freeburg Rl Maxwell 

Stookey, Loren M., Belleville RS Ford 

Stookey, Menard C, Belleville RS, Hupmobile 

Stookey, Sherman C, Belleville RS Buick 

Stookey, Thomas L.. New Athens Rl...Ford 

Stumpf, Louis R., Millstadt Rl Ford 

Sturm, Henry, New Athens Rl Overland 

Suessmann, Chas., Edgemont Sta. East 

St. Louis R2 Overland 

Sulmnicht Bros., Freeburg R2 Overland 

Sutter, Ben, Millstadt Rl Maxwell 

Sutter, Geo. W., Millstadt R2 Maxwell 

Sutter, Stephen H., Millstadt R2.. Maxwell 

Talbot, Geo. W., New Athens Rl Ford 

Talbot, Louis, Freeburg R2 Overland 

Tallarek, G. C, O'Fallon R2 Dixie 

Tate, Chas. M., Summerfield Ford 

Thomann, Joseph, O'Fallon R2. .Studebaker 

Thomann, Joseph A., Belleville R3 Ford 

Thomas, Anthony E., Belleville Rl 

Studebaker 

Thomas, Anton M., Belleville R3. .Studebaker 

Thomas, John M., Belleville R3 Dodge 

Thouvenot, Chas. L., O'Fallon R2.. Oakland 
Thouvenot, Frank, Edgemont Sta. East 
St. Louis Ford 



A. G. KOESTERER 6? CO. 



FREEBURG, ILLINOIS 
Price Sells 



FREEBURG'S BEST STORE 
Quality Tells 

Dry Goods, Stoves, Clothing, Shoes, Groceries 
Hardware, Queensware, Feeds and Seeds 



We Sell and 
the Following 



f^^^ Recommend 
Triple-G Goods 




Garland Stoves, Ranges and Hot Air 

Furnaces 
Peters Diamond Brand Shoes 
Goodrich Rubber Footwear 
Perfection Oil Heaters and Cook Stoves 
Detroit Red Star Vapor Oil Stoves 
One Minute Washing Machines 
E. Z. Sewing Machines 
Phelan-Faust Paints and Varnishes 
Queen Incubators 
Keen Kutter Tools and Cutlery 



Winchester and Remington Guns and 

Ammunition 
Solvet Stock Foods Bradley Knit Wear 
Korrect Pants Kabo Corsets 

Footrest Hosiery Topsy Hosiery 
Veritex Underwear New Idea Patterns 
E. & W. Dress and Work Shirts 
Purina Feeds of all kinds 
Boss Cream Separators 
Linoleums 

Red Diamond Overalls. 
Lion Brand Hats and Cups 



Complete Line of Garden and Field Seeds 



We Buy Your Prcduce and Poultry 



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Name Poistoffice Make 

Tiberend, Edward, Mascoutah R3 Briscoe 

Tiberend, Fred W., Mascoutah R3. .Chevrolet 
Tiefenbach, George P., Marissa Rl.. Empire 
Tiefenbach, J. Philip, Lenzburg Rl.. Briscoe 

Tiefenbach, M. Fred, Marissa Rl Ford 

Travis, Wm. H., Belleville R4..... Ford 

Trefzer, William, Belleville R6 Ford 

Triefenbach, Adam, Marissa Rl Ford 

Triefenbach, George Jr., Lenzburg RL.Ford 
Triukler, Geo., Belleville R4.. Pierce Arrow 

Truttmann, Jos. H., Belleville R3 Ford 

Turner, Young, Lebanon Rl Ford 

Twenhafel, Philip B., Lenzburg Rl....Ford 
Tyberend, William F., Freeburg R2, Maxwell 

Uhley, Edward, Belleville R2 Maxwell 

Vahlkamp, Bernard, Mascoutah R3 

Reo, Saxon and Maxwell 

Valerius, John F., Belleville Rl. .. .Overland 

Vallaw, Herschel, Lebanon R2 Chevrolet 

VanPelt, James R., East Carondelet Ford 

Vernier, August, Belleville R3 

Buick and Ford 

Vernier, Edwin A., Belleville R3 Ford 

Voegeli, Louis, Casey ville Cole Eight 

Voelkel, Otto, Belleville R6 Ford 

Voellinger, Edward M., Belleville R4 

Mitchell 

Vogel, Earnest, Belleville R6 Maxwell 

Vogel, Edward F. J., Millstadt Rl. .Chevrolet 

Vogel, Frederick, Millstadt Rl Maxwell 

Vogel, John, Belleville R2 Chevrolet 



Member Federal Reserve Bank 



Union Trust 



THE BANK THAT FINANCES £AST ST LOUIS 
THE BANK THAT PAYS THE CITY EMPLOYEES 



Savings Bank 



Only Bank in East St. Louis with 
U. S. Government Protec- 
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Trusts 



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LOUIS ALLEN, Proprietor 




Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes 

Ladies* Ready-to- Wear, Men's Furnishings 

and Groceries 

"NOT BEST BECAUSE LARGEST, BUT LARGEST BECAUSE BEST*^ 



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Recommend 
Triple-G Goods: 



Hart Schaffner & Marx Men's and Young Men's Clothing, Douglas Shoes, Ball Band 
Rubbers, Walkover Shoes, Stetson Hats, Kabo Corsets, Nemo Corsets, Ironclad 
Hosiery for all the family, Lee Unionalls, Racine Shirts, Stephenson Underwear, 
Belding Silks, New Idea Patterns. 

Bring us your Poultry, Butter and Eggs. They are as good as cash. 

Phones: Kinloch 59; Bell 59 



O'FALLON 



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Name I'ostoffice Make 
Vogt, Conrad L., Millstadt R2 

Panhard Truck 

Volkmann, Henry, New Athens R2 Ford 

Volkmann, John H. Sr., Millstadt RL.Ford 

Vollert, John H., Lenzburg R3 Chevrolet 

Voss, Emil C, Belleville R4 Maxwell 

Wachtel, Peter E. Sr., Waterloo R3 

Maxwell 

Waeltz, Anton, New Athens R3 Ford 

Waeltz, Catherina, New Athens R3 Ford 

Waeltz, C. Herman, New Athens R3.. Allen 

Waeltz, Chas. E., Freeburg R2 Maxwell 

Waeltz, Geo., Marissa R2 

Regal and Studebaker 



Name PostoflRce Make 

Waeltz, Henry Jr., Marissa R2 Oakland 

Waeltz, Henry, Marissa R2 Overland 

Waeltz, Louis, Marissa R2 

Huron and Ford Truck 

Waeltz, Wendell, Marissa R2 Buick 

Waeltz, Wm., Freeburg R2 Maxwell 

Wagner, Henry, Marissa Rl Ford 

Wagner, Henry, Belleville R2 Ford 

Wagner, Henry E., Freeburg R2. . ..Maxwell 
Wagner, John W., Millstadt Rl.. Chevrolet 

Wagner, Michael, Marissa Rl Ford 

Walter, Anton A., Freeburg R2 Maxwell 

Warmuth, Max J.. Trenton R2. .Studebaker 
Weber, George A., New Athens Rl 

Ford (2) and Overland 



WM. ECKHAR.DT. Jr. 

HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF CHOICEST FARM, 
GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS 

Sprayers and Spraying Material. Poultry, Butter, Eggs and All Kinds 
of Country Produce Bought for Cash. 



108-112 West Main Street 



BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 



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Name Postoffice Make 

Weber, George Sr., Freeburg R3. .. .Overland 

Wedemeyer, Fred H., Casey ville Rl Ford 

Weick, Philip, Belleville R5... Briscoe 

Weik, Chas., Freeburg R2 Maxwell 

Weik, Geo. C|, Freeburg R2 Maxwell 

Weik, Joseph C, Freeburg R3 Maxwell 

Weil, Arthur C, Mascoutah R2 Maxwell 

Weil, Gus F., O'Fallon Rl Chevrolet 

Weil, William A., Belleville R6. .. .Chevrolet 

Weilbacher, Edw. J., Columbia Rl Ford 

Weilbacher, Herman, Millstadt R2 Saxon 

Weilmuenster, Adam M., Lenzburg Rl.... 

Briscoe 

Weilmuenster, George W., Lenzburg Rl.. 

Chevrolet 

Weilmuenster, Henry, Marissa Rl Ford 

Weinacht, Henry, Lebanon R2 Maxwell 

Weise, Max F., New Athens R3 Ford 

Weiss, Earl P. and Mertie E., Mascoutah.. 

R2 Ford 

Weiss, Forest W., Mascoutah R2 Maxwell 

Weiss, Fred, Freeburg R2 Studebaker 

Weiss, Harry P., Freeburg R2. .. .Overland 

Weiss, Walter H., Freeburg R2 Saxon 

Weissert, Otto L., Belleville Rl Ford 

Welzbacher, George, New Athens R2 

., Overland 

Wendler, Henry C, Casey ville Rl. .Chevrolet 
Werner, August, Edgemont Sta. East St. 

Louis R4 Buick 

Werner, Edward, Millstadt R2 Metz 

Werner, Philip, New Athens Rl Ford 



Name Postoffice Make 

Wessel, Ben G., Millstadt Rl Ford 

Wessel, John B., Millstadt R2 Overland 

Wessel, Peter B., Millstadt Rl Ford 

Weygandt, Oscar, Belleville R2 Overland 

Weygandt, Peter A., Belleville R6.. Overland 

White, John K., Marissa R2 Ford 

Whitehead, Henry, O'Fallon Rl. .. .Overland 

Widicus, Andrew, Lebanon Rl Maxwell 

Wiegand, John F., Freeburg R3 Ford 

Wilderman, John, Freeburg R3 Saxon 

Wilderman, Julius, Freeburg Ford 

Wilderman, Julius T., Freeburg Rl 

Ford and Saxoa 

Wilderman, Milton, Belleville R6 Maxwell 

Wildy, Henry, New Athens R3 

Studebaker and Ford 

Williams, John, Marissa R3 Chevrolet 

Willmann, Edward L., O'Fallon Rl 

Studebaker 

Winter, Henry Jr., Freeburg R2. .. .Overland 

Wirth, Louis Belleville R5 Overland 

Wirth, Philip. Waterloo R3 Buick Six 

Wirth, Wm. Jr., Millstadt Rl 

Ford Truck and Chevrolet 

Wiskamp, Casper, New Athens R2.. Overland 

Wiskamp, Louis, New Athens R2 Ford 

Wolf, Albert, Trenton R2 Allen 

Wolf, Edward, Freeburg R2 Ford 

Wolf, Edwin G., Freeburg Rl Briscoe 

Wolfersberger, Aug., Mascoutah R2 Allen 

Wolfersberfeer, Julius A., Mascoutah R2.. 
Briscoe 




Made from home grown wheat. Forty years continued satisfaction, 
one of our best assets. Best Flour for all kinds of baking. 

Highest price paid for wheat. 

United States Wheat Director, License No. 0062 66EM 



I Meek Milling Company 



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Office Phone, Bell 400 Kinloch 271 

R. E. DUVALL 

REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE 

BOND BROKER 

Commej-cial Building :: :: BELLEVILLE, ILL. 






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Name Postoffice Make 

"Wolfersberger, Marcel H., Mascoutah R2 

Ford 

Wolfersberger, Otto J., Mascoutah R3 

Chevrolet 

Wombacher, D. J., Mascoutah Rl Maxwell 

Wuest, Ambrose, Freeburg Rl Maxwell 

Wylie, John W., Marissa R2 Ford 

Yaeger, Arthur, Trenton R3 Maxwell 

Young, Charles, East Carondelet Rl 

Pullman 

Young, Harry E., East Carondelet Rl 

Hudson 

Yung, Frank C, Smithton Studebaker 

Zeiler, John, Edgemont Sta. East St. Louis 
R4 Ford 



Name PoetoflBce Make 

Zeisel. Geo. J., O'Fallon R2 Ford 

Zerban, Gustave D., Belleville Rl Ford 

Ziegler, Joe H., Trenton R3 Ford 

Zimmermann, Charles, Belleville R6... Dodge 
Zimmermann, Frank I., Mascoutah RL.Ford 

Zimmermann, Fred J., Mascoutah 'Rl 

Zimmermann, Wm., Freeburg R2.. Maxwell 

Republic 

Ziuck, Antone, Mascoutah Rl Dodge 

Ziuck, Edward T., Mascoutah R3 Doft 

Ziuck, Emil, New Baden Maxwell 

Ziuck, Otto P., Mascoutah Rl. .. .Maxwell 

Ziugg, Conrad B., Belleville RS Ford 

Zoeller, George E., New Athens Rl....Ford 
Zoeller, Frederick, Columbia R2. .. .Overland 

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the manufacturer saying "Please advise me who handles your goods in 



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address of your nearest dealer", would get you accurate information by '\» 

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MEAN AS MUCH AS 

SAMSON 

The SAMSON is the Tractor for every farm, large or small. We 
handle the full Samson equipment, including the TRUCK. 

Full Emerson-Brantingham line of Tractors, Harvesting Ma- 
chinery, Implements and Buggies. John Deere full line of Implements 
and Harvesting Machinery. 

CLEVELAND CLETRAC 
TANK-TYPE TRACTOR 

DeLaval Cream Separators, Luedinghaus Wagons, Meyers Pumps, 

Letz Feed Grinders, Keck & Gonnerman Threshing Machines, 

Johnson-Field's Fan Mills. 



William Nobbe & Co. 

WATERLOO and VALMEYER, ILLINOIS 



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THE CHEVROLET 

Distributors for 

CHEVROLET MOTOR CARS 

A CHEVROLET TRUCK jar each Farm 

ALLEN OAKLAND 

CHANDLER 

AUTOMOBILES 

America's Greatest Service Cars. 

OUR GARAGE IS EQUIPPED IN EVERY WAY TO GIVE THE 

HIGHEST SERVICE POSSIBLE 

FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES 

GOODYEAR AND GOODRICH TIRES. VALVOLINE OILS 

WILLARD AND EVEREADY STORAGE BATTERY 

SERVICE STATION 

CHAMPION SPARK PLUGS 



William Nobbe & Co. 

WATERLOO and VALMEYER, ILLINOIS 



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William Vo^t 



GENERAL MERCHANDISE, HARDWARE, FARM 
MACHINERY, TRACTORS AND TRUCKS. FULL INTERNA- 
TIONAL LINE OF FARM IMPLEMENTS, 
TRACTORS AND TRUCKS 

McCormick and Deering Binders, Mowers, Rakes and Hay Tools. 

Primrose and Sharpies Cream Separators, American Fencing. 
Remington Guns and Ammunition, Free Sewing Machines, Buck 
Stoves and Ranges, International, Titan and Mogul Tractors, New 
Racine Threshing Machines, Weber Wagons, Boss Washing Machines 




THE INTERNATIONAL TRUCK 
Full Line of Repairs at all times. 



COLUMBIA 



ILLINOIS 



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Monroe County Automobile Owners' Directory 

(This list includes Farm Automobile Owners Only.) 



Name Postoflfice Make 

Acker, John Jr., Columbia R2 Maxwell 

Ackermann, Edwin, Red Bud R2... Maxwell 

Agnew, Albert, Valmeyer Rl Chevrolet 

Ahnefeld, Ernest, Red Bud R2 Ford 

Altes, George, Waterloo R5 Ford 

Althoff, Henry, Valmeyer R2 Ford 

Anderson, John, Prairie DuRocher R2, Dodge 

Andrews, John, Valmeyer Ford 

Asselmeier, Charles, Valmeyer R2 Dodge 

Asselmeier, Henry, Fults Rl Ford 

Asselmeier, William, Waterloo R5 

Hupmobile 

Axley, B. E., Valmeyer Rl 

Republic Truck and Saxon Six 

Bade, Anton, Valmeyer R2 Dodge 

Barthel, Henry W., Red Bud R2 Ford 

Baum, Edmund, Fults Rl Ford 

Boxmeyer, Valentine, Waterloo R3 Ford 

Bechtoldt, John, Hecker Olympian 

Beckerle, Casper, Columbia R2 Maxwell 

Beckerle, William, Columbia R2 Ford 

Bell, Jeflf, Red Bud R4 Maxwell 

Benedick, Philip C, Red Bud R4 Ford 

Bense, Henry, Red Bud R3 Ford 

Berneking, Matilda, Prairie DuRocher, Allen 

Bertram, Joseph, Fults Rl Dodge 

Bickelhaupt, Henry, Waterloo Rl, Chevrolet 
Bickelhaupt, Philip H., Renault Star Rte. 

Overland 

Bicklein, Fred, Valmeyer Rl..., Regal 

Bicklein, Peter, Valmeyer Rl Overland 

Bieber, Charles P., Waterloo R2 Briscoe 

Bieber, George, Columbia Rl Ford 

Biellinger, John, Columbia R2 Cole 

Blackburn, August, Hecker Ford 

Bodenbach, William, Fults Rl Dodge 

Boedeker, F. H., Waterloo Rl Chevrolet 

Boedeker, William Jr., Valmeyer Rl 

Chevrolet 

Boehne, Fred Sr., Waterloo Rl Dodge 

Boll, George, Waterloo R4 Mitchell 



Name Postoflfice Make 

Branch, Joe E., Waterloo R4 Ford 

Brand, Anton J., Waterloo R4 Ford 

Brandt, George, Fults Rl Chevrolet 

Brandt, Louis Jr., Valmeyer Rl 

Ford Truck and Maxwell 

Brandt, William C, Fults Rl Chevrolet 

Brandt, William P., Fults Rl Ford 

Braun, Henry, Hecker Ford 

Braun, John, Red Bud R2 Ford 

Braun, Peter, Red Bud R4 Chevrolet 

Braun, William, Hecker Ford 

Brellinger, John Jr., Columbia Rl 

Republic Truck 

Brooks, George M., Waterloo Rl Krit 

Bruns, Henry, Hecker Ford 

Buck, Fred, Waterloo Rl Ford 

Buesking, Andrew, Fults Rl Maxwell 

Buettner, John H., Fults Rl Reo 

Buettner, Louis H., Prairie DuRocher Rl 

.' Buick 

Buncher, Michael, Waterloo R2 Overland 

Cleveland, Albert, Red Bud R2 Chevrolet 

Collins, Ralph C, Waterloo R4. .. .Overland 

Cowell, Isadore, Red Bud R2 Ford 

Crook, Charles 11., Burksville Rl. .Chevrolet 

Crook, Charles J., Red Bud R4 Briscoe 

CuUen, Daniel E., Prairie DuRocher R3.. 

Hudson 

Curran, William, Burksville k» Ford 

David, Ernest, Red Bud R2 Ford 

Davis, Esther, Prairie DuRocher. .Chevrolet 

Dehn, Peter, Burksville Rl Ford 

Dick, Edward A., Red Bud R4 Ford 

Dick, Ferdinand, Fults R2 Ford 

Dietz, Andrew, Waterloo R2 .Ford 

Dillenberger, Albert, Waterloo Rl Ford 

Dillenberger, Philip, Fults Rl Dodge 

Dillenberger, William Sr., Maeystown 

Oakland 

Dillenberger, William Jr., Fults Rl Ford 



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J.C. 
McLANAHAN 



AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER AND FORD SERVICE 
h Complete Line of Accessories Genuine Ford Parts. 

FORDSON TRACTORS 



y 306-308-310 WEST MAIN STREET 



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Bell Phone 207 



Kinloch 54 



Waterloo Machine 
and Auto Co. 

J. G. FISCHER & G. P. GOEDDEL, Proprietors. 

Engines and Separators Overhauled 

Steam Heating and Plumbing Installed 

Pipe Fittings of All Kinds 

Also General Repairing 

We Also Do Cast Iron Welding 



We have a fully equipped Repair Shop to take care of all kinds of repairing, 
large jobs and smaU jobs, STEAM ENGINES REPAIRED. The pize don't 
bother us. If too big to bring in, we can come out and bring our tools. Our 
work is done on short notice, and guaranteed. We repair AUTOMOBILES, 
TRACTORS and TRUCKS. Don't dispose of your old machinery— bring it 
to our shop, and take it back as good as new . Welding done while you wait . 

We also handle the WESTERN ELECTRIC LIGHTING PLANT, which 
is backed by a fifty million dollar concern. You will make no mistake in in- 
stalling a WESTERN PLANT. We consider it the best Plant on the market. 
Come in and let us demonstrate its superior advantages. 

We also instaU IDEAL BOILERS and AMERICAN STEAM AND HOT- 
WATER HEATING SYSTEMS. 

We also handle the weU-known EMPIRE PIPELESS HEATER, which 
can be installed in any ten-room house in less than a day. 

CaU on us when in need of our services, and let us convince you of fair 
treatment and a square deal.. 



WATERLOO 



ILLINOIS 



264 



FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNTY 

I CHARLES PFLASTERER : Garage | 

I Automohi1e8 and Supplies 

Reliable and Satisfactory Repairing on all Makes of Cars. 

THE MAYHEW ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWER PLANT FOR COUNTRY •{• 

HOMES. tjl 

I VALMEYER :: ILLINOIS | 



Name PostoflRce Make 

Dinan, F. J., Prairie DuRocher R2 Ford 

Doerr, Margaret, Prairie DuRocher Rl, Ford 

Dooley, Michael, Columbia R2 Buick 

Dorn, Christian A., Red Bud R4 Ford 

Dorn, William J. H., Red Bud R3 Ford 

Durrer, Theodore, Waterloo R2 Ford 

Eichelmann, George M., Waterloo R3..Ford 
Eichelmann, Henry, Waterloo R4.. Chevrolet 

Eichelmann, Rudolph, Waterloo R3 

Chevrolet 

Eichenseer, George, Red Bud R3 Ford 

Eichenseer, Joseph, Red Bud R3 Dort 

Eisenbart, Fred, Red Bud R4 Ford 

Eisenbart, Peter, Red Bud R4 Ford 

Eitmann, John, Waterloo Rl Auburn 

Eppinger, Charles H., Valmeyer Oakland 

Eschmann, John, Columbia Rl Nash 

Eschmann, William, Columbia Rl Nash 

Fauss, I/Duis, 'Valmeyer R2 Overland 

Fehr, William, Red Bud R2 Maxwell 

Feldmeier, Henry, Valmeyer R2 Dodge 

Fellenstein, Charles, Waterloo R2. .Chevrolet 

Fenara, Anton, Valmeyer R2 Maxwell 

Ferkel, Joseph, Columbia Maxwell 

Fenrer, Henry, Red Bud R2 Ford 

Feurer, Theo., Red Bud R2 Ford 

Fischer, Henry 1,., Waterloo R2.. Overland 

Fischer, Henry, Waterloo Rl 

International and Saxon 



Name Postoffice Make 

Floerke, Henry, Waterloo Rl Chevrolet 

Fogelphol, John D., Prairie DuRocher R3 

Allen 

Franklin, Charles A., Prairie DuRocher R3 

Ford 

Franklin, Walter J., Renault Ford 

Frierdich, Frank, Columbia R2..Ford Truck 
Frierdrich, Joseph, Columbia R2. .Studebaker 

Frierdich, Robert, Columbia R2 Allen 

Freimuth, Fred, Valmeyer, Rl, Ford and Reo 

Freimuth, Herman, Columbia R2 Overland 

Friemuth, Herman, Columbia R2 

Panhard and Cole 

Fries, Jacob, Fults R2 Allen 

Fries, John, Fults Rl Chevrolet 

Frisch, Adam, Red Bud R2 Chevrolet 

Frisch, Frank, Red Bud R2 Ford 

Frisch, George, Red Bud R4 Ford 

Frisch, Henry, Fults Rl Dodge 

Frisch, Joseph, Prairie DuRocher R3, Ford 

Frisch, Mat, Red Bud R4 Ford 

Frisch, Nick, Red Bud R2 Overland 

Fritsche, Edward G., Hecker Ford 

Fruth, John, Burksville Rl Ford 

Fults, William, Fults R2 Dodge 

Gaertner, Anton, Columbia R2 Ford 

Garleb, Fred W., Valmeyer Rl Dodge 

Garleb, Hardy, Valmeyer Rl Ford 

Garleb, H. A., Valmeyer Rl Ford 



I Valmeyer Machine and Auto Company I 



HERMAN R. UNKER, Proprietor. 

Moore Automobilea 

Western Electric Farm Lighting Plants, Goodrich and Firestone Tires, Engines, 
Separators, Automobiles, etc. rebuilt and repaired. Pipes and Fittings. Genuine *? 
Ford Parts and Authorized Ford Service Station. Auto Accessories of all kinds. X 

VALMEYER, ILLINOIS ♦ 

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PEERS & GAUEN 



Lumber and Mill Work 

Lime, Cement and Sewer Pipe 

Everything in Building Material 
from the Foundation to the Roof 



We Sell and ( j^ 
the Following 



A Recommend 
Triple-G Goods: 



Lehigh Cement, Universal Cement, Red Ring 
Cement, Can't Sag Gates, Cornell Board, 
Neponset Wall Board, Roofing and Shingles, 
"Big Red" Picket Fencing, U. S. Gypsum 
Plaster, Columbia Ground Limestone, 
Certain-teed Products 



COLLINSVILLE, ILLINOIS 



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MONROE COUNTY AUTO CO. 



Bell 141, Kinloch 58 



A. H. HOFFMAN, Proprietor 

FORD CARS 

FORDSON 

TRACTORS 

Genuine Ford Parts 

and Service 

WATERLOO, ILL. 




Name Postoffice Make 
GiflFhorn, August, Columbia R2 

Ford and Ford Truck 

Giffhorn, Edwin, Columbia R2 Ford 

Gilbert, Adam, Valmeyer R2 Ford 

Gilmore, William, Columbia R2 Ford 

Goeddel, Charles C, Waterloo R4 Ford 

Goeddel, George A., Waterloo R4 Ford 

Goeddel, William, Hecker Ford 

Goedelmann, Otto, Red Bud R2 Ford 

Goedelmann, Philip C, Red Bud R4 Ford 

Goldschmidt, William, Valmeyer Rl Ford 

Goss, Thomas H., Valmeyer Rl 

Republic Truck 

Gosser, Fred, Waterloo R4 Maxwell 

Gregson, Albert, Red Bud R2 Ford 

Gregsoa, Edward, Red Bud R2 Ford 

Gregson, Joseph, Red Bud R2 Ford 

Gregson, Levi, Red Bud R2 Chevrolet 

Gregson, William, Waterloo R4 Chevrolet 

Griffin, John T., Waterloo Rl Ford 

Grimm, Ed., Red Bud R3 Ford 

Grommet, William, Red Bud R2 Ford 

Grosse, Charles W., Columbia Rl Allen 

Grossheim, Joseph, Hecker Ford 

Gumraersheimer, John, Columbia Rl 

Nash and Palmer Truck 

Oummersheimer, Philip, Columbia R2 

Maxwell and Moon Truck 

Harms, Fred J., Red Bud R2 Chevrolet 

Harres, Fred Jr., Columbia R2..Ford Truck 

Harsy, Joseph, Fults R2 Dodge 

Harsy, Paul, Prairie DuRocher R3 Dodge 

Hartman, George J., Waterloo Overland 

Hartman, Henry, Fults Rl Dodge 

Hartmann, Emil A., Waterloo R4 Dodge 

Hattenhof, Henry, Valmeyer R2. .Chevrolet 
Hauptfleisch, William G., Waterloo R2.. 

Chevrolet 

Haynes, Charles B., Red Bud R2.. Maxwell 

Heck, Peter, Maeystown Ford 

Hecke, William, Red Bud R2 Maxwell 

Heidger, Hugo, Valmeyer R2 Maxwell 

Heine, Alfred, Waterloo Rl Ford 

R3 Maxwell 

Hellenschundt, Joseph, Prairie DuRocher 

R3 Maxwell 

Heller, Edward, Fults R2 Ford 

Heller, Frank, Fults R2 Dodge 

Heller, Henry J., Fults R2 Chandler 



Name Postoffice Make 
Heller, Louis -J., Prairie DuRocher R3 

Dodge 

Heller, Philip IT., Renault Overland 

Hemp, Katharine, Burksville Rl Ford 

Hempe, Joseph, Burksville Rl Ford 

Henke, Charles, Fults Rl Overland 

Henke, Fred, Waterloo Rl Ford 

Henkel, John J., Waterloo R4 Ford 

Henning, Peter N., Fults R2 Chevrolet 

Hensohm, Philip, Valmeyer R2 Buick 

Henze, Henry, Hecker Ford 

Hepp, Charles F., Red Bud R2 Ford 

Hergenroeder, Daniel H., Fults Rl Ford 

Hergenroeder, George, Fults Rl Ford 

Herrmann, Frank, Columbia Rl 

Saxon and Republic Truck 

Hesterberg, Charles H., Waterloo R5..Ford 

Hesterberg, Henry, Waterloo RS Oakland 

Heyl, Ben, Red Bud R2 Ford 

Heyl, Herman, Red Bud Ford 

Heyl, Walter J., Red Bud R2 Ford 

Heyl, William, Red Bud R2 Ford 

Hick, Joseph, Columbia Rl Dodge 

Hinrichs, Fred G., Renault Dodge 

Hirsch, George. Waterloo RS Ford 

HoeflFt, Sebastian, Maeystown Ford 

Hoelscher, Cornelius, Waterloo Rl, Chevrolet 
Hoffman, Arthur W., Prairie DuRocher 

Chevrolet 

Hoffman, C. Fred, Valmeyer R2.. Overland 

Hoffmann, Fred J., Fults Rl Ford 

Hoffmann, Henry, Fults Rl Ford 

Hoffmann, Jacob, Maeystown Ford 

Homrighausen, George, Red Bud R2....Ford 
Hoock, Adam J., East Carondelet RL.Ford 

Horcher, Henry, Columbia Rl Ford 

Horr, Henry, Columbia R2 Ford 

Huch, Arthur, Valmeyer Rl Chevrolet 

Huch, Edmund, Valmeyer Rl Chevrolet 

Huch, Henry, Columbia Rl Chevrolet 

Huch, Jacob, Columbia R2 Ford 

Huch, Louis, Columbia R2 Overland 

Huch, William, Valmeyer Rl Ford 

Huebner, George, Fults R2 Dodge 

Huebner, Henry, Fults Rl Ford 

Jahr, Julius, Waterloo R2 Moore 

Janson, Christ, Waterloo Rl Chevrolet 

Janson, John J., Columbia R2 Ford 

Janson, Philip, Columbia R2 Ford 



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Name Postoffice Make 

Janson, Philip, Columbia R2 Saxon 

Jennings, Thomas, Red Bud R3. ..Chevrolet 

Johanning, F. H., Fults Rl Overland 

Josten, Fred Sr., Valmeyer R2 Ford 

Josten, Henry J., Valmeyer Rl Dodge 

Josten, Herman, Valmeyer R2 Maxwell 

Josten, Mens, Valmeyer R2 Chevrolet 

Juelfs, Fred, Fults R2 Maxwell 

Juelfs, Louis, Fults R2 Maxwell 

Kahler, Louis, Valmeyer R2 Maxwell 

Kabmer, Philip, Red Bud R2 Ford 

Kammler, William, Hecker Maxwell 

Keim, John A., Waterloo R3 Studebaker 

Kemp, Francis, Waterloo R4 Ford 

Kennedy, William M., Prairie DuRocher 

R2 Maxwell 

Kerber, Elizabeth, Waterloo R2... Grant Six 

Kessler, Henry, Red Bud R2 Maxwell 

Kettler, Charles, Columbia Rl Overland 

Kettler, Henry, Columbia Rl Overland 

Kettler, Mrs. Ida, Waterloo Rl. .Chevrolet 

Kettler, Louis, Valmeyer Rl Allen 

Kipping, Edward, Waterloo R2 Overland 

Kirsch, Henry, Red Bud R2 Overland 

Klein, John, Fults Rl Overland 

Klein, Richard, Hecker Ford 

Klein, Rudolph, Fults Rl Buick Six 

Klein, Stephen, Hecker Ford 

Kleyer, Edward, Waterloo R3 Chevrolet 

Klinkhardt, John T., Red Bud R2 Ford 

Klohr, George, Columbia R2 Ford 

Elnapp, Edward, Renault Overland 



Name Postoffice Make 

Koch, Henry J., Fults Chevrolet 

Koch, Louis, Waterloo Rl Ford 

Koenigstein, Mike, Red Bud R2 Elgin 

Kolmer, Conrad, Waterloo R3 Hudson 

Kofirier, Frank H., Waterloo R3 Overland 

Kolmer, Henry, Columbia R2 Overland 

Kolmer, Louis, Waterloo R3 Velie 

Kraft, Adam, Waterloo R3 Ford 

Kraft, George C, Waterloo R3 Ford 

Kraft, Philip A., Waterloo R3 Ford 

Krebel, JoseQ.h, Prairie DuRocher R3..Ford 

Krebel, Michael, Prairie DuRocher Ford 

Krueger, Moritz, Burksville Rl Ford 

Kruse, Casper, Valmeyer Rl 

Chevrolet and International Truck 

Kruse, John, Burksville Rl Dort 

Kruse, Joseph, Burksville Rl Dort 

Kuergeleis, Fred, Valmeyer R2 Overland 

Kuergeleis, George, Valmeyer R2.. Overland 

Kuergeleis, Louis, Valmeyer R2 Overland 

Kuhts, Rev. Anthony J., Burksville Rl, Reo 

Kuni, Charles, Columbia Ford 

Kuni, Otto, Columbia Saxon 

Kurt, Caroline, Waterloo R5. .. .Chevrolet 2) 

Langhas, William, Columbia Rl Overland 

Langsdorf, Anton, Waterloo Rl Allen 

Lark, Edwin W., Waterloo RL.Ford Truck 
LaSource, A. E., Valmeyer R2. .Hupmobile 

Laub, Fred, Waterloo R2 Ford 2) 

Laub, John, Waterloo R2 Stevens Six 

Laub, William, Waterloo R2 Ford 

Leber, Louis, Fults Rl Reo 



E. J. Schneider 




FURNITURE AND 
UNDERTAKING 

COMPLETE AVTO SERVICE 

I Sell and ^ ^x^\ ''^commend 
the Following ^ i^^^^ Triple G Goods 




Pathe TaJking Machines and Records 

Hoover Electric Suction Sweepers 

Sellers and Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets 

Way Sagless Springs — Seeley Mattresses — Stems 

& Foster Mattresses — Springfield 

Mattresses 

EVERYTHING FOR HOUSE FURNISHINGS 

COLUMBIA - - - ILLINOIS 



268 



FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNTY 



Columbia Star Milling Co. 
• * • * 



HIGHEST GRADES SOFT WHEAT FLOUR 

ELECT WHITE CAM ELI A 

HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR GOOD MILLING WHEAT 



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COLUMBIA 



ILLINOIS 



Name Postoffice Make 

Lemen, William, Waterloo RS Chalmers 

Lenhardt, George, Waterloo R4 Chevrolet 

Lepp, Fred, Columbia Ford Truck 

Licb, Louis, Waterloo R5 Chevrolet 

Lindhorst, August, Columbia Rl Ford 

lyindhorst, John, Columbia Rl Overland 

Loehr, C. M., Waterloo Rl Ford 

Loehr, Henry A., Waterloo Rl Ford 

Lohkamp, Henry, Valmeyer R2 Overland 

Lohrberg, George, Red Bud R2 Ford 

Lorenz, Hugo, Waterloo R2 Chevrolet 

Louer, Fred, Valmeyer Rl Ford 

Ludwig, William P., Valmeyer Rl 

Ford and Ford Truck 

Luehring, John, Waterloo Rl Chevrolet 

Luhr, George, Columbia Rl Ford 

Luhr, William, Valmeyer Rl Maxwell 

Maeys, Charles, Maeystown Star Rtc., Stutz 

Maeys, George, Valmeyer R2 Ford 

Marquardt, George, Valmeyer Rl Ford 

Marquardt, Henry, Waterloo R2 Ford 

Mattingly, Joho O., Prairie DuRocher R3 

Overland 

Matzenbacher, Adam, Waterloo R4 Ford 

Maurer, Jacob, Red Bud R4 Ford 

McBride, Oscar, Red Bud R3 Ford 

McClenahan, F. V., Prairie DuRocher R3.. 

Maxwell 

McConkey, William, Columbia R2 

> International Truck 

McCormick, Robert, Valmeyer R2 

Moline Knight 




Make 



Name Postoffice 

McCormick, Stephen, Valmeyer 

Ford Truck and Mitchell 

Mehrtens, Fred, Waterloo R2 Buick 

Mehrtens, Jacob, Valmeyer Rl 

Ford and Ford Truck 

Mehrtens, Oliver, Waterloo R2 Allen 

Melching, Charles, Red Bud R4 Ford 

Melching, Louis, Burksville Rl... .Chevrolet 
Melching, Minnie, Prairie DuRocher R3.. 

Ford 

Menke, George, Prairie DuRocher R3 

Maxwell 

Mennerich, William C, Red Bud R3 Ford 

Meyer, Adam, Valmeyer Rl Studebaker 

Meyer, Florence G., Valmeyer Rl Cole 

Meyer, Frank, Valmeyer Ford 

Meyer, Henry N., Fults R2 Ford 

Meyer, William, Columbia Rl Chevrolet 

Miles, D. H., Valmeyer Rl Ford 

Miller, George, New Athens Rl Overland 

Millmann, Henry, Hecker Ford 

Minemann, Emil, Prairie DuRocher R3.. 

Dodge 

Minemann', Henry, Red Bud R2 Ford 

Minkey, Henry, Prairie DuRocher Rl, Dort 

Moehrs, August, Red Bud R3 Dodge 

Moffit, Robert, Waterloo RS Ford 

Mosbacher, William Sr Valmeyer Rl, Ford 
Mudd, Bennett A., Red Bud R3... .Chevrolet 

Muelhauser, Peter, Fults Rl Ford 

Mueller, Edward, Valmeyer R2 Buick 

Mueller, Elizabeth, Waterloo Rl, Chevrolet 
Mueller, Ferdinand, Waterloo R2 Ford 



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Same Postoffice Make 

Mueller, Fred, Fults R2 Overland 

Mueller, Fred D., ValmeVer R2 Dodge 

Mueller, Herman, Columbia Rl Overland 

Mueller,' Jacob, Valjpeyer R2 Chevrolet 

Mueller, Louis, Columbia R2 

International Truck 

Mueller, Peter R., Valmeyer R2 Ford 

Mueller, William F., Valmeyer Rl, Chevrolet 

Mueller, William, Columbia R2 Allen 

Mund, Mrs. Louis, East Carondelet Rl.. 

Buick 

Murphy, George W., Red Bud R4.. Cadillac 
Musenbach, Hugo, Columbia Chevrolet 

Nagel, Henry F., Renault Ford 

Niebrugge, Albert, Valmeyer R2 Nash 

Niebruegge, George, Valmeyer R2 Buick 

Niebruegge, H. J., Valmeyer R2 Buick 

Niemann, Henry C, Valmeyer Ford 

Noble, Henry, Valmeyer Chevrolet 

Noble, Louis, Waterloo RS Oakland 

Noelken, John, Red Bud R4 Maxwell 

Noonam, Patrick H., Burksville Rl Ford 

Nottmeier, Christ C, Fults R2. . ..Overland 
Nottmeier, Mrs. Katherine, Fults R2.. Dodge 

Oelzen, Charles, Fults R2 Maxwell 

Oerter, John M., Waterloo R2 Allen 

Osick, Adolph, Columbia Rl Maxwell 

Osterhage, Emil, Waterloo Saxon 

Osterhage, Henry, Waterloo Rl Chevrolet 

Osterhage, Herman F., Waterloo Ford 



Name Postoffice Make 

Osterhage, John, Columbia Rl Chevrolet 

Osterhage, Louis H., Waterloo R4 

Ford Truck and Ford Touring Car 

Pabst, Ed., Red Bud R2 Overland 

Pape, Herman, Valmeyer R2 Ford 

Papenberg, Fred H., Red Bud R3 Ford 

Parker, Edward L., Waterloo R4 Ford 

Parker, George, Hecker Chevrolet 

Parrott, Randolph, Red Bud R4 Ford 

Parrott, Theo., Red Bud R4 Ford 

Patterson, Mary, Waterloo Rl Briscoe 

Pflasterer, George, Valmeyer Rl Oakland 

Pflasterer, Peter, Valmeyer Rl Oakland 

Pflasterer, William, Valmeyer R2.. Saxon Six 

Pieper, Albert, Valmeyer R2 Dodge 

Pieper, Charles, Valmeyer R2 Chevrolet 

Pieper, Christ, Columbia Rl Oldsmobile 

Piper, Fred, Valmeyer Rl Saxon 

Pieper, Charles, Valmeyer R2 Chevrolet 

Pieper, Christ, Columbia Rl Oldsmobile 

Pieper, Fred, Valmeyer Rl Saxon 

Pieper, Henry, Waterloo Rl Allen 

Pour, Mrs. Louis, Red Bud R2 Ford 

Prescher, Edward, Prairie DuRocher R3.. 

Overland 

Proctor, Benjamin J., Prairie DuRocher 

R3 Ford 

Purtle, Philip, Red Bud Ford 

Rahe, Henry, Valmeyer Rl Ford 

Rahe, Louis, Waterloo R2 Ford 







A HOIVIE INDUSTRY 
EQUIPPED WITH NEW MACHINERY AND HAS ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES 

OUR WORK IS PLEASANT, INTERESTING AND GOOD PAYING 
WHY GO TO THE CITY WHEN AN OPPORTUNITY AS GREAT AWAITS YOU 

NEARER HOME. 
Particulars and application blanks will be furnished upon csJling or writing. 

CHESTER KNITTING MILLS 

C. R. HENDERSON, Supt. and Mgr. WATERLOO, ILL. 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNTY 



Schoening-Koenigsmark Milling Co. 

SALT LICK MILLS — VALMEYER, ILL. 
ST. LUKE'S FLOUR MILLS — PRAIRIE DU ROCHER, ILL. 




ST. LUKE'S FANCY PATENT \ 

PURITY } FLOURS 

ESKAY 



St. Luke's and Fad, Self Rising Flour. Capacity of Both Mills 400 
barrels per day. 



Name Postoffice Make 

Rahn, Mrs. Henry, Re4 Bud R2.... Overland 

Rahn, Otto, Red Bud R2 Ford 

Ramsey, Mrs. Robert, Columbia Rl Ford 

Rapp, Ralph, Waterloo R4 ^ord 

Rausch, Julius, Red Bud R2 Studebaker 

Reh, Conrad, Waterloo R2 Dodge 

Reheis, John, Waterloo R4 Ford 

Reheis, Peter, Waterloo R4 Ford 

Rehg, Henry, Columbia Rl Ford 

Rehling, Henry, Waterloo R2 

Ford and Republic Truck 

Rehling, Louis, Waterloo R2. ...Oakland Six 

Reichert, Adam, Columbia Rl Ford 

Reichert, John, Columbia Rl Ford Truck 

Reichmann, Henry, Valmeyer Rl 

Ford and International Truck 

Reichmann, William, Valmeyer Rl, Chevrolet 
Reifel, Philip, Prairie DuRocher R2....Ford 

Reinhold, Lawrence, Fults Rl Ford 

Rey, Charles, Columbia R2 Abbott 

Rey, George, Valmeyer Rl Chevrolet 

Rick, Peter, Burksville Rl Chevrolet 

Rickert, Andrew, Burksville Rl Ford 

Riebeling, William, Columbia Rl Overland 

Riechmann, George, Valmeyer Rl.. Chevrolet 

Ries, Louis, Columbia R2 Ford 

Rinkel, Charles, Waterloo R2 Paige 

Rippelmeyer,* August E., Valmeyer R2, Ford 

Rippelmeyer, Emil C, Waterloo R4 Ford 

Rippelmeyer, William, Valmeyer R2 

Overland 

Rippen, William, Fults Chevrolet 



Name Postoffice Make 

Ritter, Joseph M., Columbia Rl Ford 

Ritzel, Philip, Valmeyer R2 Maxwell 

Rodenburg, Henry, Fults R2 Chevrolet 

Roever, George J., Fults Rl Elcar 

Roever, Henry, Fults Rl, Oakland and Ford 

Roever, Louis, Maeystown Maxwell 

Roever, William, Valmeyer R2 Dodge 

Roscow, Arthur, Red Bud R4 

Ford and Ford Truck 

Roscow, Mrs. Joseph, Red Bud R2 Ford 

Rosenberg, Henry C, Red Bud R3 

Studebaker 

Rosenberg, Henry W., Red Bud R3 

Hupmobile 

Rubemeyer, Fred, Valmeyer Rl Ford 

Ruhl, Philip, New Athens Rl Overland 

Ruhl, William, New Athens Rl Ford 

Rusteberg, Fred Sr., Valmeyer Rl Ford 

Rusteberg, Fred Jr., Valmeyer Rl Ford 

Rusteberg, Mrs. Lena, Waterloo R2 

Chevrolet 

Ryan, Christopher, Prairie DuRocher R3.. 

Velie Six 

Sander, Andrew, Columbia R2 Maxwell 

Sander, Chris, Columbia R2 

International Track 

Sander, Edward, Columbia Rl Maxwell 

Schad, Charles, Columbia R2 Ford 

Schadt, John, Red Bud Ford 

Schaefer, Daniel, Valmeyer R2 Empire 

Schaefer, William, Valmeyer Rl Overland 

Schallom, Peter J., Columbia R2 Ford 



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Agent for Sunproof Paints and 
Varnishes, Nyal's Remedies and Dr. 
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Parcel Post orders promptly at- 
tended to. 

WATERLOO. ILLINOIS 



Name Postoffice Make 

Schatte, August, Maeystown Ford 

Scheibe, Max, Valmeyer R2 Chevrolet 

Schellhardt, Fred, Valmeyer Dodge 

Schellhardt, Theodore, Valmeyer Rl 

Maxwell 

Schewe, Fred, Waterloo R3 Chevrolet 

Schewe, William, Waterloo R3 Chevrolet 

Schiller Bros., Valmeyer R2 Maxwell 

Schilling, George H., Waterloo R4.. Maxwell 

Schilling, Joachim, Burksville Rl Ford 

Schilling, Joseph, Waterloo R4 Ford 

Schilling, Peter, Waterloo R4 Ford 

Schlegel, Barthel, Columbia Rl Ford 

Schleifer, Henry W., Renault Ford 

Schleifer, John, Prairie DuRocher R3 

Maxwell 

Schmidt, Balser, Waterloo R3 Chevrolet 

Schmidt, Edward, Columbia R2 Nasb 

Schmidt, George, Valmeyer Rl Jeflfrey 

Schmidt, Henry, Red Bud R2 Overland 

Schmidt, Henry, Columbia R2 

Chevrolet and Republic Truck 

Schmidt, John, Valmeyer R2 Overland 

Schmidt, Philip E., Prairie DuRocher R3 

Maxwell 

Schneider, Mrs. Charles, Columbia Rl... 

Fanhart 

Schneider, Fred, Waterloo Rl Birch 

Schneider, John, Columbia Rl Ford 

Schneider, John G., Valmeyer Rl Ford 

Schneider, John N., Waterloo R4 Ford 

Schneider, Nicholas, Valmeyer R2 Ford 



Niebmegge & Sondag 

LUMBER, HARDWARE, BUILDING 

SUPPLIES, PAINTS. OILS, STOVES 

WIRE FENCING 

AND AUTO ACCESSORIES 




Our Stock is always complete and prices as low or lower than any. 

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WAGNER & HERMANN 

Funeral Directors, Lady Assistant, Auto Service. Day or Night Service 
A. M. Wagner, Licensed Embalmer 




Furniture, Rugs, Wall Paper, lalking Machines. 
WATERLOO, ILLINOIS 



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Schneider, Gus, Columbia Rl 

Saxon and Ford Truck 

Schnellbecker, Elizabeth, Waterloo R2.... 

Chevrolet 

Schnellbecker, William, Valmeyer Rl..Ford 

Schnepel, Henry, Red Bud R2 Ford 

Schnepel, Louis, Red Bud R2 Ford 

Schorb, John, Columbia R2 Ford 

Schrader, Henry W., Waterloo Rl.. Maxwell 

Schraeder, Anton, Valmeyer Rl Ford 

Schraeder, William, Valmeyer Rl 

Stoddard- Dayton 

Schrolder, Herman, Columbia Rl.. Overland 
Schroth, Henry, Waterloo R2, International 

Schuchardt, Fred, Valmeyer Rl Saxon 

Schuelling, Theodore, Prairie DuRocher.. 

Mitchell 

Schwarze, Fred E., Waterloo R2 Ford 

Schweickhardt, Leonard, Valmeyer R2.... 

Overland 

Seboldt, Philip, Fults R2 Overland 

Seibert, George and Philip, Fults Ford 

Sensel, Adam, East Carondelet Rl. .Chevrolet 

Sensel, George, Valmeyer R2 Ford 

Seyler, Jacob H., Valmeyer Rl Allen 

Skaer, Jacob, Red Bud R2 Overland 

Smitt, Nick, Prairie PuRocher Rl Dort 

Sprankel, Charles, Prairie DuRocher Rl.. 

Ford 

Stahlheber, Henry, Red Bud R2.. . .Overland 

Starr, Percy, Red Bud R2 Ford 

Staufenbiel, Mrs. Mary, Waterloo R4....Ford 



Name Pootoffice Make 

Stechmesser, Fred, Valmeyer R2. .Chevrolet 

Steffen, Dick, Columbia Rl Chevrolet 

Steffens, Henry Sr., Fults Rl Maxwell 

Steinmann Bros., Waterloo Rl Ford (2) 

Stemler, George J.,* Waterloo R2 Ford 

Stemler, Jacob, Waterloo R2 Chevrolet 

Stemler, Philip C, Waterloo R2 Oakland 

Steppig, Louis, Columbia R2 

International Truck 

Stoeckel, George P., Prairie DuRocher RJ 

Rco 

Stoeckel, Theodore 1,., Prairie DuRocher 

R3 Dodge 

Stohl, Joseph, Columbia Rl 

Ford and Maxwell Truck 

Straub, Conrad, Maeystown Ford 

Strodt, Albert, Waterloo R4 Chevrolet 

Stumpf, Adolph M., Waterloo R2 Allen 

Stumpf, Edwin, Columbia R2 Saxon 

Stumpf, Emil F., Valmeyer Rl 

Maxwell and International Truck 

Stumpf, Fred W., Columbia R2. .Hupmobile 

Stumpf, Henry, Columbia Rl Saxon 

Stumpf, William, Columbia Rl Ford 

Sutter, William H., Fults R2 Dodge 

Taake. Emil, Valmeyer Rl Nash 

Taake, Fred, Columbia Rl Ford 

Taake, Henry, Valmeyer Rl Mixwell 

Taake, William, Valmeyer Rl Maxwell 

TebbenhofT, Otto H., Prairie DuRocher R3 

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Theobald, Abraham, Columbia JU Saxon 



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REAL ESTATE 

INSURANCE AND COLLECTIONS 



FARM AND CITY PR OPERTY F OR SALE AND EXCHANGE 

No deal too large, no deal too small for our consideration. 

General Insurance Agency. Reliable insurance of all kinds 
placed in good, reliable companies. Policies covering Fire, Lightning, 
Tornado, Hail, Automobile and Tractor Insurance. Farms managed 
and rents collected. 

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Name Postoffice Make 

Thompson, Albert, Red Bud R2 Ford 

Threllfall, William, Waterloo R4 Dodge 

Toenjes, Ben, Columbia R2 Ford 

Toenjes, George, Columoia R2, Republic Truck 
Toenjes, Joseph H., Columbia R2, Chevrolet 

Toenjes, John B., Columbia R5 Oakland 

Trost, Charles, Valmeyer R2 Overland 

Trost, John H., Fults R2 Ford 

Trost, William, Valmeyer R2 Studebaker 

Valentine, Albert, Fult» R2 Chevrolet 

Valentine, Henry, Prairie DuRocher Rl 

Dort 

Valentine, Wendell Jr., Fults Rl Allen 

Valentine, William J., Fults Rl Dodge 

VanBuren, Jacob, Waterloo RS Ford 

VanBuren, M. H., Valmeyer R2 Ford 

Ververs, John, Fults R2 Chevrolet 

Vogel, Christ, Valmeyer Rl Ford 

Voges, William A., Red Bud R2. .. .Maxwell 
Voges, William C, Red Bud R2.. . .Overland 

Vogler, George, N«w Athens Rl Overland 

Vogt, Antone W., Columbia R2 Oakland 

Vogt, Louis A., Columbia R2 Nash 

Vogt, Robert J., Waterloo Rl Ford 

Vollhardt, Henry, Valmeyer Rl Regal 

Wagner, Otto, Red Bud R4 Ford 

Walsh, Kearn, Red Bud R4 Maxwell 

Walsh, Thomas, Burksville Rl Ford 

Washausen, Charles, Valmeyer Rl, Chevrolet 
Washausen, Fred, Valmeyer Rl.. .Chevrolet 
Washausen, Henry, Valmeyer Rl.. Chevrolet 

Weber, John, Red Bud R3 Ford 

Weber, William, Waterloo Rl Maxwell 

Weihl, Jacob, Waterloo R3 Chevrolet 

Weihl, Peter J., Waterloo 

Republic Truck and Ford 

Weilbacher, John, Columbia R2 Mitchell 

Welsch, Joseph, Valmeyer R2 Overland 

Welsch, Lena, Burksville Rl Ford 

Weltig, William G., Columbia R2 

Ford Truck 

Wenkel, Charles, Columbia Rl Traffic 

Wenkel, William, Columbia Rl. .. .Chevrolet 

Werling, August, Waterloo R2 Chevrolet 

Werling, George P., Waterloo R3 Ford 

Werner, Mrs. Fred, New Athens RL.Buick 

Wessel, Fred, Columbia Rl Nash 

Wessel, Louis W., Waterloo R3 

Abbott Detroit 

Wessel, William Sr., Waterloo Ford 

Wetzel, Julius, Waterloo R4 Chevrolet 

Wiegand, William, Red Bud R2.. Overland 
Wierschen, William, Waterloo Rl.. Maxwell 

Wild, August, Waterloo RS Hupmobile 

Wild, Charles, Waterloo RS Ford 

Wild, George, Prairie DuRocher R3.... Allen 

Wild, Philip, Prairie DuRocher R3 Ford 

Wink, Charles, Columbia R2....Ford Truck 

Wirth, Albert, Valmeyer Rl Ford 

Wittenauer, Harry, Hecker Ford 

Wittenauer, John W., Red Bud R2 Ford 

Witteneur, Peter, New thens Rl Ford 

Wolf, Fred C, Waterloo R2.. International 
Wolf, Louis, Waterloo R3 Allen, Globe 



RELIABILITY and EFFICIENCY 



William Schueler 

General Building 
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CONTRACTS TAKEN IN ANY PART 

OF MONROE and ST. CLAIR 

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Cement Work of all kinds. 
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. 

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Wolfmeir, Fred and George, Columbia Rl 

Ford and Hupmobile 

Wortman, Henry, Fults R2 Overland 

Wortman, Louis, Fults R2 Overland 

Zeiger, Oscar, Prairie DuRocher R3 

Allen (2) 

Zeiger, Walter, Prairie DuRocher R3 

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Monk Implement Company 

213 East Main Street, Belleville, Illinois 

THE HOME OF THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF 
FARM MACHINERY, VEHICLES AND SUPPLIES 



Heavy Machinery a Specialty 

Avery Tractors and Separators, Waterloo Boy Tractors, Advance 

Rumely Tractors, Steam Engines and Separators 
Birdsell Clover Hullers, Farm Lighting Plants and Water Systems 



ALL EN AUTOMOBILES AND TRUCKS 

John Deere and Oliver Full Line Implements 

Fairbanks-Morse Engines and Equipment 

De Laval Cream Separators 

Hayes Pumps and Planters 

Holden-Peoria and Van Brundt Lime Sowers 
White Sewing Machines 
American Fencing, Field 
Seeds. 



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St. Clair County Tractor Owners' Directory 



Name Postoffice Make 

Ague, Louis, Belleville Rl 12-25 Avery 

Ammel, Nicholas, Belleville R5 

Waterloo Boy 

Baer Bros., New Athens R3 Plowman 

Baer, Daniel E., Trenton R2 Avery 

Batton, Jacob P., Mascoutah R2 

Titan and I. H. C. 

Bechtlofft, 4dain, O'FaHon Rl Waterloo 

Begole, Elmer, Caseyvirie .Rl Avery 

Bender, Nicholas C, Belleville R6 Fordson 

Bcttis, Alexander H., East Csrondelet, Titan 

Blaies, Edw,^ belleville Rl Fordson 

Boehm, Arthur A., Belleville R4. .. .Fordson 

Bradford, ChaC F., Washington Park 

10-20 Titan 

Brenner, Edgar, Freeburg Rl Fordson 

Brown, David, Marissa R2 Fordson 

Chattillion, Alexander, Dupo Mogul 

Cortner, Nick Jr., New Athens Parrett 

Deitz, Dan F., Belleville Rl 9-16 Heider 

Dickhaut, Otto, Mascoutah Rl 

10-20 International 

Dresel, Albert C, Millstadt Rl.. International 
Durfee, G«o. A., Belleville R6 Case 



Name Postoffice Make 

Ebersohl, Louis, Centerville Station Rl 

Fordson 

Eckert, Fred, Columbia Rl Avery 

Eidman, Louis B., Mascoutah R3 Titan 

Emge, Frank J., Belleville R4 LaCrosse 

Emge, Ralph F., Belleville LaCrosse 

Faust, Geo., Lebanon Rl Titan 

Fischer, Fred N., Centerville Station Rl.. 

Ford son 

Florreich, Edw. H., Belleville Rl Case 

Friess, Geo. W., Mascoutah International 

Funk, Aug., Freeburg Case 

Gauch, Geo. H., Freeburg Rl 

Parrett and Bull 

Germann, Mrs. Geo., Millstadt R2.. Fordson 

Grammet, Wm., Belleville R2 Fordson 

Grossmann, Fred W., Belleville Fordson 

Hangsleben, Herman F., Mascoutah Rl.. 

10-20 Titan 

Haupt, Louis, New Athens R3 Moline 

Heck, Chris, O'Fallon R2 I^jternational. 

Henricks, Chris F., Edgemont Station 

East St. Louis R3 12-25 Avery 

Hentzel, Jacob, New Athens R3 Emerson 



Staub Motoi^ Company 




The Moline Universal Tractor. 

Tihe swift, vibrationless rolling power. The tractor for the average 
sized farm. Guaranteed to work successfully on nil farm implements. 
Equipped to work night or day. One man operates both tractor and 
implements. Let us demonstrate. 

Agents for the Studebaker, Chevrolet and Paige Motor Cars, Chevro- 
let Trucks, MobUoUs 

Full line of Accessories. 
HERBERT A. STAUB, Prop. Phone 109 MASCOUTAH, ILL. 



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CLETRAG 

{TANK TYPE TRACTOR) 
Why are so many farmers buying the Tractors with treads instead of 

wheels ? 

Because they see the advantage of having a tractor that is on top of the 
ground aU the time and isn't wasting power by pushing the dirt ahead of the 
wheels. Also they know that the soil can't be packed with only SJ^ pounds 
pressure per square inch which is all that the CLETRAC has. 

We are seUing the CLETRACS in good numbers now, but we want to see 
more of them out. Ask the man who owns one and satisfy yourself that he has 
a real machine. 

Write or call us for a demonstration, or a catalogue at once. 

Distributors for DODGE BROTHERS, HUDSON AND ESSEX Motor 
Cars. See us for Dodge Brothers TrucLs. A size for every farmer. 
We carry a complete line of accessories. 



St. Clair County Notor Car Co. 

223 W. Main Street, BELLEVILLE, ILL. 

PHONES: KINLOCH S64-L, BELL 845 
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DISTRIBUTORS FOR SAMSON TRACTOR 
BUICK AND OAKLAND PASSENGER CARS 



TRAFFIC AND SAMSON TRUCKS, SAMSON TRACTORS | 
AND FULL LINE OF FARM EQUIPMENT 

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Name Postoffice Make 

Himstedt, Henry, Dupo Fordson 

Huschel, August G., Belleville R6 

Waterloo Boy 

Jacobi, Geo., Millstadt R2 Deering 

Jung, Jos. F., Mascoutah R3 Moline 

Keck, Albert, I^ebanon Rl Moline 

Keller, Edgar, O'Fallon Rl Cletrac 

Kimmlt, Adam, O'Fallon Titan 

Kirchhoefer, Henry, New Athens R3 

International 

Kleinschmidt, Wm. G., Millstadt Rl 

International 

Klingel, Gustave, Mascoutah R3 Avery 

Klotz, Wra. G., Belleville R6 Avery 

Knepper, John, Mascoutah R3 Mogul 

Kreher, Emerich, New Athens R2 Heider 

Kunze, J. C. F., Marissa Rl 10-20 Titan 

Laughlin, Thomas L., New Athens R2..-. . 

Moline 

Lauter, Edward P., Mascoutah R3 Titan 

I/evin, Alfonse, East Carondelet Titan 

Levin, George 1,., East Carondelet Rl 

.' Fordson 

Levin, Octave, East St. Louis Rl... Fordson 

Liebig, John H., Mascoutah Rl Parrett 

Lobstein, Leo,- Edgemont Sta. East St. 

Louis R4 Fordson 

Louis, Frank A., O'Fallon Rl, 12-25 All- Work 
Louis, John F., O'Fallon, Light All-Work 
Luetkemeyer, Henry, Belleville Fordson 



Name Postoffice Make 
Lurtz, Edward L., Belleville R6 Avery 

McBride, Thomas, Millstadt R2 'keider 

Meyer, Henry E-, Edgemont Sta. East St. 

Louis R4 15-27 Case 

Meyer, Louis W., Centerville Station Rl 

J. L Case 

Meyer, Theodore, Milstadt Rl Big Bull 

Mueller, Edward V., Millstadt Rl Avery 

Mueller, Jacob W., Belleville RS Bull 

Mueller, John E., Belleville R2 Avery 

Mueller, Joseph D., Belleville R2 Averj 

Ninness, Ernest R., East St, Louis 

12-20 Emerson 

Noethen, John, East Carondelet Rl, Emerson 

North, Edgar A., Lebanon Rl Mogul 

North, Samuel D., Lebanon Rl Mogul 

Nuernberger, Philip J., Lenzburg 

Happy Farmer 

Nungesser, Justes, Mascoutah Rl 

8-16 Avery 

Pencak, Joseph, Edgemont Sta. East St. 

Louis R3 Ford 

Poos, Jake, Lebanon R2 Waterloo 

Quitmeyer, Fred, Trenton R3 

Moline Universal 

Rasp, Victor, Belleville R6 Avery 

Reichert, William, Freeburg Rl Parrett 

Reiss, Ferd J., O'Fallon Emerson 

Rodemick, Robert L., Millstadt Rl Averjr 



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FARM WITH A FORDSON 
We want every farmer in St. Clair County to understand that we are 
at their service in any matter pertaining to the betterment of farm 
conditions and to help make it possible to produce and market 
bigger crops .at less expense. FORD CARS FORD TRUCKS 

Modern Automobile &" Garage Company 

500 East Main Street BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 

New Atheos Branch Mascoutah Branch 

Marissa Branch Rock Road Branch 



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GRAIN DRILL 

ESTABLISHED 1857 AND PROVED RELIABLE 

P. M. GUXI3LACH SONS 

MANUFACTURERS 
BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 



NEW FEATURES OF THE DRILL 

FONT RAIL is fastened to the hounds at intermediate points — 
nothing else necessary to support it. 

HOES SHIPPED with lever in double or in single rows. 

SEED HOPPER fastened direct to axle and held firmly by two 
iron braces, doing away with heavy square frames. 

IMPROVED SECTIONAL WHEELS, with brace spokes and 
long bearing on thimble skein. This wheel can be easily tightened, 
whenever loose, and any part replaced, making it therefore everlasting 
and far superior to the iron wheel. 

THE LIGHTEST RUNNING DRILL IN THE MARKET 

If you do not believe it, try one of the drills and be convinced. 
EVERY DRILL FULLY WARRANTED 



Name Postoffice Make 

Sanget, Leo., East St. Louis Rl Fordson 

Scharf, Benhard, Belleville R5....Port Huron 

Schlichter, Robert, Mascoutah Rl Avery 

Schlichter, Walter A., Mascoutah Rl... Avery 

Schnur, Henry, Mascoutah Rl Avery 

Schnur, Philip, Mascoutah Rl Avery 

Schuetz, Peter B., Belleville R6 

Advance Rumely 

Schwab, Charles, Millstadt R2 

Waterloo Boy 

Schwaegel, Jacob, O'Fallon R2. ...Waterloo 

Scott, Felix, O'Fallon Rl Parrett 

Scott, Felix M., O'Fallon Rl Parrett 

Sewald, Arthur and Kate, Summeriield. . 

28 Peoria 

Sewald, Michael, Mascoutah R2 Fordson 

Skaer, Arthur H., Belleville R2 Fordson 

Slieper, Fred, New Athens R3 Russel 

Snyder, M. A., Belleville, Happy Farmer 

Stahl, Alfred, Freeburg R3 Avery 

Stein, C. Henry, Belleville R2 Heider 

Stillman, Frederick M., Edgemont Sta. 
East St. Louis Rl Avery 

Thomas, Joseph, Edgemont Sta. East St. 

Louis R4 Fordson 

Triefenbach, George, Marissa Rl.. 10-20 Titan 
Triefenbach, J. Philip, Lenzburg Rl 

10-20 Titan 

Turner, William G., Lebanon Rl Titan 

Vernier, August, Belleville R3 Fordson 

Vernier, Edwin A., Belleville R3... Fordson 



Name Postoffice Make 

Voelkel, Otto, Belleville R6 Avery 

^Voellinger, Edward M., Belleville R4.. Avery 

Voellinger, Peter C, Belleville R3 Bull 

Vogt, Conrad L-, Millstadt R2 Moline 

Wagner, Henry, Belleville R2 Fordson 

Wagner, William C, Centerville Station 

Rl Fordson 

tVilderman, Jvriius T., Freeburg Rl.. Fordson 
Weber, George A., New Athens Rl.. Fordson 

Weil, Philip, Lebanon R2 Fordson 

Werner, Philip, New Athens Rl Moline 

White, John K., Marissa R2.. 15-30 Sweeney 
Willard, William G., O'Fallon Rl 

Aultman and Taylor 

Zoeller, Frederick, Columbia R2, Hart-Parr 



KILLING RATS 
From Prairie Farmer. 



Saturate cloths large enough to fill the 
entrances of the holes with carbon-di- 
sulphide, perhaps a large teaspoonful to each 
cloth. Poke the doth down as far as 
possible, then fill in with dirt. This gas 
is very heavy and when it evaporates it 
settles into the bottom of the holes, killing 
old and young. This gas is also very sat- 
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Quality Merchandise: 



Our reputation of selling quality merchandise is spreading fast. Every 
purchase from us is guaranteed on a money back basis. We are distributors 
for 



the Following 






Triple G Goods 



I Phelan Faust Paint, Florence Oil Stoves, White Sewmg Machines, Rocsch 

I Enamel Ranges, Orbon Heaters, Gold Drop Flour, Red Dog Hog Feed, Nepon- 

I set Linoleums, Dr. LeGcars Stock Remedies, Charter Oak Heaters, 
i You too, will enjoy dealing with the store that serves you right. 

I Henry Weilbacher 

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Monroe County Tractor Owners' Directory 



Name Postoffice Make 
Acker, John Jr., Columbia R2 

Moline-Universal 

Axley, B. E., Valineyer Rl 12-25 Avery 

Axley, Walter A., Valmeyer Rl 

12-25 Avery 

Bald, Louis, Valmeyer LaCrosse 

Buettner, John H., Fults Rl.. Waterloo Boy 
Buettner, Louis H., Prairie DuRocher Rl 
Titan 

Einwich, Matt, Columbia R2 Mogul 

Eschmann, Theo., Columbia 

International-Mobile 

Freimuth, Herman, Columbia Il2 Parrett 

Grosse, Chas. W., Columbia Rl 

Alice Chamres 

Gummersheimer, John, Columbia Rl, Mogul 

Hattenhorf, Henry, Valmeyer R2 

LaCrosse and Happy Farmer 

Herbst, Valentine, Valmeyer 10-20 Titan 

Hergenroeder, Daniel, Fults Rl 

12-20 Waterloo Boy 

Hoelscher, Cornelius, Waterloo Rl Titan 

Hoffman, Fred J., Fults Rl. 8-16 Fordson 



Horck, Adam J., East Carondelet Rl, Fordson 
Huch, Arthur, Valmeyer Rl.... 10-20 Mogul 
Huch, Henry, Columbia Rl Mogul 

Janson, Christ, Waterloo Rl Mogul 

Klein, Rudolph, Fults Rl 12-24 LaCrosse 

Klohr, Geo., Columbia R2 Mogul 

Krueger, Moritz, Burksville Rl Moline 

Kruse, Casper, Valmeyer Rl 10-20 Titan 

Kuni, Chas., Columbia Heider 

Lahkamp, Henry, Valmeyer R2 

12-24 LaCrosse 

Langhas, Wm., Columbia Rl Mogut 

LaSource, A. E., Valmeyer R2.. 12-25 Avery 

Laub, John, Waterloo R2 LaCrosse 

Lindhorst, John, Columbia Rl Heider 

Maeys, George, Valmeyer R2.. 12-20 LaCrosse 

Mahrtens, Fred, Waterloo R2 Titan 

Mattingly, John O., Prairie DuRocher R3.. 

Waterloo Boy 

McCormick, Robert, Valmeyer R2 

Keck-Goennerman 

Meyer, Frank, Valmeyer 10-20 Cleveland 

Miles, S. A., Valmeyer Rl 

12-25 International 

Miller, John, Columbia Heider 



LOUIS BALD 



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THE WALLIS TRACTOR 
DEALER for the WALLIS and LA CROSSE HAPPY FARMER 
TRACTORS and equipment. The tractors that will fill the need of 
every farm. 

General Blacksmith Work and Auto Repairing. 
Auto tops recovered. Auto trimming. Woodworking and Repairing 

of Storage Batteries. 
Oxy Acetylene Welding and General Repairing. 

VALMEYER ILLINOIS 



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Has been manufactured in Belleville, since 1848. The BELLE- 
VILLE SEPARATOR is unsurpassed for fast, clean threshing, and 
SAVING THE GRAIN. It is lighter in weight than machines of 
other makes, and takes less power to operate. 

Manufactured by 

THE HARRISON MACHINE WORKS 



Daab's Drug Store 

DRUGS, STATIONERY, SCHOOL 

SUPPLIES, KODAKS, SUPPLIES 

AND DEVELOPING 




Avalon Farms Hog Tone, Wolfs 

Poultry and Stock Remedies, 

Prompt Attention to Parcel Post 

Orders 



COLUMBIA 



ILLINOIS 




JACOB BERSCHE 

JEWELRY — OPTOMETRIST 

Pianos, Player Pianos and Talk- 
ing Machines and Records. Sewing 
Machines and Musical Instruments. 

Repairing of all kinds. 

WATERLOO - ILLINOIS 



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I BE PHOTOGRAPHED l'ii\ If^f^ 



X almost as if it was a visit from you. 



Merker's Ground Floor Studio 



:«: 401 w 



Main Street 



Bell Phone 576 



BELLEVILLE, ILL. 



ON t 
BIRTHDAY >* 

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^ Mother, father, son, daughter, friend — There's someone wlio'll treasure y 
.|. a photograph of you, and those far away will receive your picture, *^ 



Name Postoffice Make 
Minemann, Emil, Prairie DuRocher R3, Bull 
Mueller, Herman, Columbia Rl 

Heck-Gonnerman 

Mueller, Jacob, Valmeyer R2 

Heck-Gonnerman 

Mueller, Peter R., Valmeyer R2 

10-20 Fordson 

Mund, Mrs. Louis, East Carondelet Rl, Titan 

Niebruegge, George, Valmeyer R2 

12-20 Emerson 

Niemann, Henry C, Valmeyer 8-16 Peoria 

Nobbe, Henry, Valmeyer 

Cleveland and Emerson 

Pape, Herman, Valmeyer R2, 12-24 LaCrosse 

Pieper, Christ, Columbia. Rl 10-20 Titan 

Pieper, Fred, Valmeyer Rl 12-24 Denning 

Rausch, Julius, Red Bud R2 Bull 

Rehg, Henry, Columbia Rl Mogul 

Rehling, Alphonso, Valmeyer Rl 

10-20 Mogul 

Reichmann, Henry, Valmeyer Rl 

10-20 Fordson 

Roscow, Arthur, Red Bud R4 Heider 

Roscow, Mrs. Joseph, Red Bud R2... Heider 
Rusteberg, Fred Sr., Valmeyer Rl 

10-20 Fordson 

Schadt, John, Red Bud Bull 

Schleimmer, W. H., Valmeyer Rl 

9-16 Heider 



Name Postoffice Make 

Schneider, John G., Valmeyer Rl, S-10 Avery 

Schraeder, Wm., Valmeyer Rl Mogul 

Schweickhardt, Leonard, Valmeyer R2 

10-20 Titan 

Sensel, William H., Valmeyer R2, 10-20 Titan 
Stechmesser, Fred, Valmeyer R2, 12-25 Avery 
Stumpf, Emil F., Valmeyer Rl.. 10-20 Mogul 

Stumpf, Fred W., Columbia R2 

Ault man -Taylor 

Stumpf, Henry, Columbia Rl Titan 

Stumpf, Wm., Columbia Rl Mogul 

Taake, Emil, Valmeyer Rl 10-20 Mogul 

Taake, Henry, Valmeyer Rl Titan 

Taake, Wm., Valmeyer Rl Mogul 

Tebbenhoflf, Otto H., Prairie DuRocher R3 
Avery 

Wachtel, Jacob, Waterloo R3 Avery 

Washausen, Charles, Valmeyer Rl 

10-20 Fordson 

Welzbacher, Pete, Waterloo R4 Heider 

Wenkel, Chas., Columbia Rl Rock Island 

Wenkel, Wm., Columbia Rl Heider 

Wissmath, Eugene R., Waterloo Rl.... Titan 



When in doubt look in the "Buy- 
ers* Gmde of this Directory. 



U. J. STOLTZ :: General Agent 

International Life Ins. Co., St. Louis, Mo.; Mutual Benefit Health and Accident, 
Omaha, Neb.; Mutual Life Ins. Co., New York; Continental Auto Ins., Springfield. 
LOUIS SCHILLING, J. C. PURCELL, O. SNYDER, Assistants. 
Buy insurance where your money buys the Maximum amount of protection and ■where 
your money works at a good, safe rate of interest to be cashed in while you live. The 
above are all first class companies, the International is organized under the laws of 
Missouri and works under the supervision of the Insurance Department, the same a« 
a Bank. 



NOTARY PUBLIC 



U S. OAK STREET 



BELLEVILLE, ILL. 



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C. B. PEACH, Proprietor 



i General Dry Goods,Ladies'and Hen's Furnishings, Ladies' Qoaks, Suits 



= x 



Dresses, Variety Goods, Veritex Underwear, Footrest Hosiery for Women and Men. J. 

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We take eggs in trade. a 

LEBANON ... - - ILLINOIS % 



RICHLAND MILLING 
COMPANY 




GOLDEN SHEAF (Hard Wheat 
Flour) 

WHITE LILY (Soft Wheat Flour) 

STAR HEN FEED For Poultry 

Fresh Ground Corn Meal always 
ort hand 



BELLEVILLE, ILL. 




TR YA BELLEVILLE SHOCKMOVER 
IT'S A REAL LABOR SAVER 

Used wherever Com is Grown. 
Pays for itself in one year. One 
team and a 14 year old boy can 
operate it. 

You can do your shredding with 
one-half the keep. 



Manufactured by 



Colambia Manufacturing Company 

BELLEVLLE, ILL. 



:';a5HSESE5HSH5H5SSHSHSHSH5E5HSE5E5HEHSa5H5HSHSHSHSH525a5Z5aSBSZ5aS2SHSHJKl 
BELL 449 KINLOCH 84 

LEE GRANDCOL^S 

30 Public Square 
BELLEVILLE. ILLINOIS 

CITY AND FARM PROPERTY REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES 

Fire, Tornado and Automobile Insurance. 



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St. Clair County Silo Owners' Directory 



Name Postoffice Make 
rt.gne, Louis, Belleville Rl 

Wood Stave (2) and Tile 

Albert, Chas., Millstadt R2 Stave 

Albert, William, Millstadt Rl Hutlig 

Baltz, Daniel, Freeburg Rl Wood Stave 

BechtloflFt, Adam, O'Fallon Rl.. Wood Stave 
Bechtoldt, Fred L., New Athens R2.. Stave 

Beelman, Frank J., Marissa Rl Tile 

Berteloth, John, Millstadt Rl Indiana 

Bertelsmann, John, Belleville R2 Stave 

Blaies, Edward, Belleville Rl Saginaw 

Boyle, A. J., Marissa R3 Wood Stave 

Brenner, Edgar, Freeburg Rl Stave 

Burnett, George, Belleville R4.. Concrete (2) 

Carr, Albert I,., Freeburg Rl Indiana 

Clark, John H., Belleville Rl....Wood Stave 
Crites, L. R., Marissa R2 Wood Stave 

Eckert, Diocena, Lenzburg Rl Tile 

Eidman, I,ouis B., Mascoutah R3 Illinois 

Engelmann, Julius, O'Fallon RL.Wood Stave 

Etling, Walter P., Millstadt R2 Indiana 

Eyman, Walter, Belleville R5 Saginaw 



Fangmeier, Louis, Lenzburg Rl Tile 

Fischer, Philip, TrentonR3 Wood Stave 

Forcade, Geo., Freeburg R3 Stave 

Frees, Philip, New Athens R2 Stave 

Freivogel, Louis J., Millstadt Rl Stave 

Fries, Peter, Belleville Rl Tile 

Funk, August E., Freeburg R2 Tile 

Funk, Philip P., Mascoutah R3 Tile 

Gauch, George H., Freeburg Rl Illinois 

Grammet, William, Belleville R2 Stave 

Graul, Fred J., Mascoutah Rl Illinois 

GrifEn. Laclede, Belleville R6 Champion 

Grol'e, fred, Trenton R3 Concrete 

Grossmann, Fred W., Belleville Stave 

Grossmann, John H., Millstadt R2 Stave 

Guthrie, David M., Marissa R2..Wood Stave 

Hanft, Aug. J., New Athens R3 Indiana 

Hangsleben, Herman F., Mascoutah Rl 

Illinois 

Harbaugh, J. B., New Athens R2 Stave 

Harms, John H., Lebanon Rl Wood Stave 

Haupt, Louis, New Athens R3 Indiana 

Hauptman, John, O'Fallon R2....Wood Stave 
Helms, Edward S., Belleville Rl, Wood Stave 



KRYPTOK GLASSES 

^^he oldlP^^KRYI'IOKV 
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With the disfiguring With clear smooth 
, seam or hump. even surfaces 



THE INVISIBLE BIFOCALS 



Walter I. Grob 



GRADUATE OPTICIAN 

DO NOT NEGLECT YOUR EYES 

Have them Properly 

Examined and Fitted 

with Perfect Lenses 

WATCHES, CLOCKS AND 

JEWELRY 

201 East Main Street 

BELLEVILLE- - - ILLINOIS 




HALLET AND DAVIS PIANOS 

AND VIRTUOLO PLAYERS 

CONWAY AND LEXINGTON 

PIANOS AND PLAYERS 

A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF 

NEW ROLL MUSIC EVERY 

30 DAYS 

C. W. Cammack 
Piano Co. 

Bell Phone 312 115 W. MAIN ST. 
BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 



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X Groups, Portraits, Views, Flashlights, Reproducing Old Copies. j^^ 

X Amateur Finishing, Printing, Developing, P'ofessional Service A 

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X Portraits Taken in Your Home. Photos Colored in Oil. -1. 

♦*• Enlarged Crayons. *t* 

X FARM AND UVE STOCK VIEWS ♦*♦ 

X Twenhoefel Building, First and Jackson BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS X 

X *** 

♦J^t********* J^ ♦ ♦ • ♦ ♦ ♦ • ♦ • • ♦^^^^ 

I JAMES W. ASBURY I 

!^ REAL ESTATE, FARMS AND CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE ♦ 

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A Loans. Fire, Automobile and Tornado Insurance V 

X in the best Companies. V 

♦!♦ • X 

♦|» Collections Justice of the Peace Notary Public ,t. 

4 O'FALLON, ILLINOIS ♦!♦ 

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I MARISSA CREAMERY COMPANY | 

«|. J. R. LYONS, Manager *t* 

I Cash Buyers of CREAM | 

•|» HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID 'l] 



Y We are at your service all the year around. Notify us and our truck will reach you *t* 
promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed. jL 

X 

AGENCY DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATORS Y 



X Phone Kinloch 84-M MARISSA, ILL. 






Kinloch St. Clair 359 Bell East 6«2 

Schaub Hardware Company 

F. GIESSING. Manager 

Builders^ Supplies 

FARM MACHINERY, STOVES, RANGES, CUTLERY, ETC. 
314 EAST BROADWAY EAST ST. LOUIS, ILLINOIS 



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EVERYTHING TO BUILD ANYTHING 

We will gladly name you price for all MATERIAL FOR THE CONSTRUC- 
TION OF YOUR HOME, BARN, IMPLEMENT SHED, GARAGE, POULTRY 
HOUSE or in short any building which you expect to erect. NO EXTRAS. 

Jas. F. White Lumber Co. 



Phone 18 



MARISSA, ILLINOIS 



Name Postoffice Make 

Helms, Julius B., Belleville RL.Wood Stave 
Hendricks, Chris. F., Edgemont Sta. East 

St. Louis R3 Stave (2) 

Hentzel, Jacob, New Athens R3 Stave 

Hepp, Mrs. Geo. Jr., New Athens R2. .Stave 
Hill, Clarion M., Freeburg RL.Wood Stave 

Hirstein, John, Trenton R2 Wood Stave 

Hocher, Mrs. Jos., Collinsville Rl 

Concrete (2) 

Huwer, Walter J., Millstadt Rl., Pit 

Ittner, Walter N, Belleville Saginaw 

Joseph, Frank G., Trenton R3 Tile 

Kabureck, August, Freeburg R3 Tile 

Kamper, Edward, Belleville RL.Wood Stave 
Karch, Gustav, Mascoutah R3 Illinois 



Name Postoffice Make 

Keim, Adam J., Waterloo R3 Stave 

Keim, Geo., New Athens Indiana 

Keller, Philip, New Athens Rl Stave 

Kleber, Henry A., Millstadt R2 

Underground Silo 

Klein, John A., New Athens Rl 

Indiana Stave 

Kleingelhofer, Chris, Mascoutah R2, .Indiana 

Klingel, Chas., Mascoutah R3 Lansing 

Klingelhoefer, Herbert C, Mascoutah RL. 

Tile 

Knewitz, Peter, New Athens R3 Wood 

Koch, Edward A., Millstadt R2 Illinois 

Kramper, Mrs. Anna, St. Libory Rl Tile 

Kruse, Geo., Mascoutah R3 Illinois 

Kunze, J. C. F., Marissa Rl Tile 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

of MASCOUTAH. ILLINOIS 

CAPITAL $100,000 SURPLUS and UNDIVIDED PROFITS $97,000 

Members of Federal Reserve Bank. 

Safe Deposit Boxes at Reasonable Rates. 

Your Patronage Solicited. 

"MAKE THIS BANK YOUR BUSINESS HOME" 



Farmers' Sales Company 

OUR TRUCKS ARE AT YOUR SERVICE. 

Highest Cash Prices CREAM, EGGS Pure Bred Poultry 

Both Phones 89 
MARISSA ILLINOIS 



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S. H. Morton and Co. 

General Lan d Dealers and Agents 

Established 29 Years. 

Our Specialty. Illinois Wheat and Corn Lands, located in the Great 
Coal, Oil and Gas Fields near St. Louis, Mo. Also Illinois Coal 
Lands, Timber Lands and Mineral Lands. 

We Loan Money on St. Louis 
Real Estate and Improved Farms 

Office: Title Guaranty Building, 706 Chestnut Street 

Tel. Bell, Main 976 ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI 



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THE 



STRATNAN 

WILL PLEASE AND 

ENTERTAIN 

THE WHOLE FAMILY 




Stratman 
Talking Machine Co. 

1136 Syndicate Trust Building 
ST. LOUIS, MO. 



Bruso 
Lvimber Co. 

BELLS BETTER LUMBER AND 
BUILDING MATERIAL 



Kinloch 278 Bell 264 

Reed Ave. and Depot St. 

COLLINSVILLE ILLINOIS 



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i GEO GAUSS ^ SON : Dry Goods 

m 

s Exclusive Agents Emery Shirts, Dandyline Dresses, Bucilla Yams, 

P Bucilla Fancy Work, McCall Patterns and Publications, Finck** 

B Overalls and Jumpers, Thompson Corsets. 



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We solicit your patronage and assure you satisfaction. 
"THE QUALITY OF OUR GOODS IS KNOWN- 



BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 



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Name Postoffice Make 

Lange, Henry, St. Libory Pit 

Lanter, Edward P., Mascoutah R3.. Illinois 

Leilich, Geo., New Athens Rl Stave 

Lembke, Rudolph F., Mascoutah R3.. Illinois 

Lembke, William, Mascoutah R2 Indiana 

Liebig, John H., Mascoutah Rl Illinois 

binder, Frank J., Mascoutah R3..Tecktonius 

Lortz, Siegel, Freeburg R2 Tile 

Luechtefeld, Julius, St. l,ibory..Wood Stave 

McBride, Tom, Millstadt Rl Kentucky 

Meek, Norton, Marissa R3 Wood Stave 

Mehrteng, Herman, Millstadt R2 Stave 

Metze, Henry, New Athens R2 Stave 

Meyer, Theo., Millstadt Rl Stave 



Name Postoffice Make 

Miller, Wilmer T., Belleville Rl. .. .Concrete 

Mueller, Arthur P., Mascoutah R2 Wood 

Mueth, Catherine, New Athens R2 Stave 

Nuernberger, Louis G., New Athens R3.. 

Indiana 

Nuernberger, Philip J., Lenzburg Illinois 

Obemuefemann, Mike, O'Fallon R2 

Wood Stave 

Ogle, Albert W., O'Fallon Wood Stave 

PfeiflFer, Joseph, Trenton R2 "file 

Reichert, Wm., Freeburg Rl 

Tile and Wood Stave (2) 

Rettinghouse, William, New Athens R2 

Ross Stave 



FOILT 




(Established 1883) 



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Wedding and Family Groups 

Views of Residences, Farms and Live 

Stock 

Pictures Enlarged 

Frames and Framing 

Kodaks and Finishing for Amateurs 

Phone Kinloch 52 for appointments 



WATERLOO, ILLINOIS 



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Chas. G. Becker, Ph. G. 

THE REXALL STORE 

Drugs, Sundries, Kodaks, Printing and Developing, Acme Paints, Chi- 

Namel, Varnishes, Lee's Germozone, Avalon Farms Hog Tone 

Everything in the Drug Line. 

Prompt Attenton to Mail Orders. 

Kinloch Phone No. 40 FREEBURG, ILL. 



PARISIAN CLOAK COMPANY 



H. ROSEN, Manager 



CLOAKS : SUITS : DRESSES : WAISTS : SKIRTS and MILUNERY 

We carry the latest styles for ladies, girls and children. Our prices are always the 

lowest. We do our own altering free of charge. 

Special attention to the farm famUy trade. 



117 EAST MAIN STREET 



Phone Kitiloch 960-R 



BELLEVILLE. ILLINOIS 



"OUR TITLE EXAMINATIONS ARE ASSETS" 

ST. CLAIR GUARANTY AND TITLE CO. 

BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 



ABSTRACTS OF TITLE 



CERTIFICATES OF TITLE 



TITLES GUARANTEED 



Henry C. G. Schrader, President Ernst W. Merz, Vice President 

Wm. E. Schrader, Secretary and Treasurer. 
MAIN OFFICE BELLEVILLE, ILL. BRANCH OFFICE EAST ST. LOUIS, ILL. 

Belleville Phones East St. Louis Phones 

Bell 171; Kinloch 424 Bell East 1575; Kinloch St. Clair 768 



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Gruenewald's Hardware Store 

Hardware, Builders' Supplies Sporting Goods, Miners' Supplies, Elec- 
trical Supplies, Ruechter's Durable Paints, Rogers Varnishes, Berry 
Bros., Finishes, Lubricating Oils, Star Barn Equipment, Auto Supplies, 
Kokomo Wire Fencing, All Kinds of Steel Goods. 

Phones:— Bell 581, Kinloch 195. 



306 W. Main Street 



BELLEVILLE, ILL. 



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ALBERT E. HOSTO 

COMMISSION MERCHANT 

Established on the St. Louis Market Since 1903. 

DIRECT FARM SHIPMENTS SOLICITED. Handler of poultry, calves, lambs, hides, 

wool, eggs, furs, clover seed and all country produce 
WE SPECIALIZE ON CALVES. MetaJ tags for shipping calves furnished free on 

application. 



Long Distance: 
10S3 NORTH BROADWAY 



Kinloch Central 4284 



Our Motto: PROMPT RETURNS. 



ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI 



Name Postpffice Make 

Roth, Chas., Freeburg R2 Tile 

Ruth, Mrs. Mary, Trsnton R2 Concrete 

Sandidgo, Clarence, Freeburg... Wood Stave 
Schaller, Philip J., New Athens R3.. Indiana 

Soberer, John P., Mascoutah R3 Lansing 

Schickedanz, Adam Sr., Lenzburg Rl Tile 

Schlichter. Robert, Mascoutah Rl 

Illinois and Eden 

Schlichter, Walter A., Mascoutah Rl.. Illinois 
Schneider, Chas. H., Lenzburg 

Wood and Tecktonius 

Schneider, Emil P., Lenzburg Rl Wood 

Schneider, Louis A., Waterloo R3 Pit 

Schneider, Peter J., Lenzburg Indiana 

Schubert, Walter T., Millstadt Rl Stave 

Schwagel, Adolph, O'Fallon Wood Stave 

Schwaegel, Jacob, O'Fallon R2. .Wood Stave 

Scott, Felix, O'Fallon Rl Wood (2) 

Scott, Felix M., O'Fallon Rl King 

Seibert, Albert L., Belleville Rl Illinois 

Seibert, Henry C, Belleville Rl Saginaw 

Seibert, Theodore, Belleville Rl Saginaw 

Shallcr, William, Lenzburg Indiana 

Siebert, Albert, Belleville R2 Indiana 

Skaer, Arthur H., Belleville R2 Stave 

Skaer, Phillip, New Athens R2 Stave 

Smith, Isaac, Marissa R2 Wood Stave 

Snyder, M. A., Belleville Saginaw 

Sommers, Michael Jr., Marissa Rl Tile 

Spitzmass, Herman, Belleville Rl 

Wood Stave 

Spitzmass, Otto, Belleville RL.Wood Stave 

Stapf, Louis, Mascoutah Wood Stave 

Stookey, Eben S., Freeburg Rl Illinois 



Name PostotTice Make 

Stookey, Sherman C, Belleville RS.. Indiana 
Snlmnicht Bros., Freeburg R2 B. V. T. 

Talbot, Geo. W., New Athens Rl 

Indiana Stave 

Thomann, Joseph, O'Fallon R2..Wood Stave 
Thomann, Joseph A., Belleville R3 

Wood Stave 

Tiberend, Edward, Mascoutah R3 Eden 

Tiberend, Fred W., Mascoutah R3.. Lansing 
Tiedemann, Edwin, O'Fallon R2..Wood Start 
Triefenbach, Adam, Marissa RL.Wood Stave 

Triefenbach, George P., Marissa Rl Tile 

Turner, Wm. G., Lebanon RL.Wood Stave 
Turner, Young, Lebanon Rl Wood Stave 

Wachtel, George, Freeburg R3 Stave 

Walker, Albert H., Marissa R3..Wood Stave 
Watschiuger, Henry, Mascoutah RL. Stave 

Weiss, Fred, Freeburg R2 Tile 

Wessel, Peter B., Millstadt' Rl Tulsa 

White, John K., Marissa R2....Wood Stave 

Wilderman, Julius T., Freeburg Rl 

Wood Stave 

Wirth, Philip, Waterloo R3 Saginaw 

Wolf, Albert, Trenton R2 Wood Stave 

Wylie, James F., Marissa R2 Wood Stave 

Wylie, John W., Marissa R2 Wood Stave 

Young, Harry J., Marissa R2..Wood Stave 
Yung, Frank C, Smithton Indiana 

Zehbapka, Adam, Washington Park Stave 

Zeiler, John, Edgemont Sta. East St. Louis 

R4 Wood Stave 

Zinck, Edward, Mascoutah R3 Stave 






AVOID FIRE! 

When building, or if you are going to re-roof your building. It will be to your ad- 
vantage to see our complete line of ROOFING MATERIALS. We have roofing 
materials to meet every requirement, and at prices that wUI interest you. 

fire;-proof asbestos shingles 

FIRST COST IS THE ONLY COST 



WHEN IN THE MARKET CALL ON 

Gundlach Roofing Company 

4M EAST MAIN STREET BELLEVILLE. ILLINOIS 

Phones: Bell 396; Kinloch 7S9. 



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H. A. Lengfelder, Pres. and Treas. A. Lengfelder, Vice President 
F. Schirmer, Secretary 

LENGFELDER STOVE & HARDWARE CO. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

HARDWARE, STOVES, RANGES, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS AND 
SPORTING GOODS. 

Headquarters for Builders' Hardware and Majestic and Orbon 
Stoves and Ranges. 

413-415-501 East Main Street, BELLEVILLE, ILL. 



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Auto Ambuleince Service Union Label Goods *f 

GDNDLACH & COMPANY | 

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y Day and Night Service Telephones 29 Full Auto Service ♦*♦ 

TV 

% Cor. High and A Sts., BELLEVILLE, ILL. % 

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BURT WOODSON COMMISSION CO. 

GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND FUR DEALERS 

Ship us your Furs, Rabbits, Calves and Poultry. Write, Phone or 

Wire for metal tags and conditions of the market. 

We want your shipments. 

933 N. Broadway :: ST. LOUIS, MO. 



©Eo F. WMo EOMPE 

PRACTICE LIMITED TO EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT 
Spectacles and Eye Glasses Fitted. 
Hours 10 to 1 and 3 to 5 
OFFICE 701 OLIVE ST., CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, ROOMS 6a2-}-4 

• Phones: Olive 3674, Central 5647 and Grand 3307-J. 
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MONROE COUNTY 



Monroe County Silo Owners' Directory 



Name Postoffice Make 

Braun, Henry, Hecker Wood 

Braun, William, Hecker Wood Stave 

David, Ernest, Red Bud R2 Tile 

Diercks,. Fred, Red Bud R2 Tile 

Dietz, Andrew, Waterloo R2 Pit 

Dugan, John, Burksville Rl Pit 

Eichelmann, Rudolph, Waterloo R3, Crown 

Eidmann, Fred and Anna, Fults R2 Pit 

Eitmann, John, Waterloo Rl Illinois 

Eschmann, John P.. Waterloo R3 Illinois 

Feurer, Theo., Red Bud R2 Tile 

Fischer, Henry, Waterloo Rl Lansing 

Floerke, Henry, Fults R2 Pit 

Gummersheiraer, John, Columbia Rl 

Wood Stave 

Gummersheimer, Mrs. Philip, Columbia R2 

Wood Stave 

Hartman, Geo. J., Waterloo Illinois 

Hartmann, Emil A., Waterloo R4, Indiana 

Henkel, George H., Waterloo R4 Stave 

Hepp, Chas., Red Bud R2 Wood Stave 

Hesterberg, Charles, Waterloo RS Pit 

Kessler, Henry, Red Bud R2 Tile 

Kirsch, Henry, Red Bud R2 Pit 

Koch, Ivouis, Waterloo Rl Wood 

Kohlmeyer, Otto, Waterloo R5...Wood Stave 

Kolmer, Conrad, Waterloo R3 Illinois 

Kolmer, Louis, Waterloo R3 Illinois 

Krueger, Moritz, Burksville Rl, Indiana Stave 
Kucker, Fred, Red Bud R2 Tile 

Lemen, William, Waterloo R5.. Stave and Pit 
Loehr, C. M., Waterloo Rl Illinois 

Matzenbacher, Adam, Waterloo R4. . .Illinois 

Meuth, Joseph, Waterloo R4 Stave 

Meyer, Wm., Columbia Rl Wood 

Moffitt, .Robert, Waterloo RS Stave 

Mueller, William, Columbia R2, Wood Stave 



Neusel, Daniel C, Waterloo 

Concrete and Ground 

Nobbc, Fred Jr., Waterloo R3 Wood 

Parker, George, Hecker Wood Stave 

Patterson, Mary, Waterloo Rl Saginaw 

Pfannepecker, Geo., Red Bud Pit 

Pieper, Henry, Waterloo Rl Wood 



Columbia Mercantile 
Company 



Dealers in 



General fAerchandise 



The Store That Aims to Please 



COLUMBIA 



ILL. 



CALL 

JOHNSON'S RENDERING WORKS 

TO REMOVE YOUR DEAD ANIMALS free of charge. Orders 

promptly attended to. Reverse phone charges. Our truck reaches 

within 20 miles of Belleville. 

Johnson Bros., Proprietors Phones: Bell 381, Kinloch 151 

715 Caroline Street. BELLEVILLE, ILLS. 



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I Monroe County Savings Bank 
I and Trust Co. 

I Capital $50,000 Surplus $12,500 

I HOME OF SAVINGS 

s An institution organized by Monroe County people for Monroe people 

s Let us be your advisor in your financial affairs. g 

i OFFICERS 

a E. F. SCHOEMING, President. LOUIS DEHN, Cashier. 

^ CHRIS L. DEHN, Ass't Cashier. 

^ DIRECTORS 

M Killian Coerver, E. L. Rauch, Chas. Diehl Sr., Chas. J. Schiele, John G. 

M Schneider, Henry Weilbacher, John C. Gummersheimer. 

I COLUMBIA .... ILLINOIS 

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^: JASFERkSELLMEYER, Commission Merchants I 

% POTATOES, ONIONS, APPLES, CLOVER SEED. POULTRY, EGGS, CALVES AND 'i^ 

♦ COUNTRY PRODUCE. CONSIGNMENTS SOUCITED. T 

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^ Also wholesale dealers in Fruits, Produce, Vegetables. Seed Potatoes, Clover X 

Y Timothy, Grass Seeds, Cow Peas, Etc. When you want quality order from us,, •!• 

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f» .. «3S NORTH THIRD STREET ST. LOUIS. MISSOURI 

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J. W. ALCORN, President H. E. WALDT. Sec'y and Txeas. 

J. F. D. SCHIERBAUM. Vice Pres. 

McLain-Alcorn Commission Co. 

Established 1884 — Incorporated 1900 

Our specialties: Calves, Lambs, Poultry, Egrgs, Game, Hides. Tallow, Wool, Fur. 
Junk, Seeds of all kinds, Hay and Straw in car load lots or anything you may have to 
ship. We fill County orders for anything you may want. Write us for tags and any 
mformation you may desire. MeUl tags for shipping calves, furnished upon request. 

701-708 North Third Street ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI 



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«!♦ LONG DISTANCE PHONES ♦ 

y^ Kinloch, Central 4375 Ball, Olive Z3S4 Y 

I A. Af. Robinson and Co. I 

3* Ship us your Poultry, Calve*, Butter, Hides, Wool, Roots, Furs, Feathers and Junk •** 
1»! OUR GUARANTEE: "A SQUARE DEAL TO THE SHIPPER" •!• 



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OUR GUARANTEE: "A SQUARE DEAL TO THE SHIPPER 

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■A Write, Phone, Wire-^For Prices — Sent Upon Request— Metal Tags, Paper Tags, Coops •-< 

A 714 N. THIRD STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO. ♦ 



Long Distance Phones: Kinloch Central 1521; Bell Olive 7484. 
References: United States Bank of St. Louis; Bank of Chester, Chester, Illinois; 

H. BEARE COMMISSION CO 

H. Beare A. Sons, Ellis Grove and Modoc, 111. 

GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS 

EGGS, POULTRY, BUTTER, WOOL AND FURS CLOVER SEED A SPECIALTY 

All Country Produce. 
3M MORGAN STREET ..... ST, LOUIS, MO. 



Name Postoffice Make 

Pottoff, John, Waterloo R2 Wood Stave 

Rehling, Henry, Waterloo R2 Wood Stave 

Itickert, Andrew, Burksville Rl 

Indiana Stave 

Rickert, George, Burksville Rl 

Indiana Stave 

Soscow, Mrs. Joseph, Red Bud R2, Pit (2) 

Schneider, Fred, Waterloo Rl Wooden 

Seboldt, Philip, Fults R2 Pit 

Stemler, Philip C, Waterloo R2 

Wood Stave 

Strodt, Albert, Waterloo ;R4 

Saginaw-Stave 

Stumpf, Henry, Columbia Rl Wood Stave 

Susewind, Fred, Waterloo R4 Indiana 



Name Postoffice Make 
Tebbenhoff, Otto H., Prairie DuRocher R3 
Stave 

VanBuren, Jacob, Waterloo RS..Wood Stave 
Vogt, Louis A., Coolumbia R2 Indiana 

Wachtel, Jacob, Waterloo R3 Stave 

Weihl, Peter J., Waterloo Indiana 

Weinhoff, Herman, Waterloo R2 Tile 

Welsch, Lena, Burksville Rl Stave 

Welzbacher, Pete, Waterloo R4.. Concrete (2) 
Wenkel, William, Columbia RL.Wood Stave 

Werner, Mrs. Frid, New Athens Rl 

Wood Stave 

Wessel, William Sr., Waterloo Pit 

Wetzel, Julius, Waterloo R4 Illinois 

Wetzel, Theo., Red Bud R2 Wood Stave 

Wild, Charles, Waterloo RS Pit 

Wolf, Louis, Waterloo R3 Illinois 







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merchant sells the merchandise or 
machinery you are in the market 
for, consult the "Buyers' Guide 
Index" of this directory. In nearly 
all cases you will be able to locate 
the merchant in your county who 
sells what you want. 







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L. D. Turner 



R. D. W. Holder 



TURNER & HOLDER 

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW 



Phone: Bell 58 
TWENHOEFEL BUILDING BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 



L. N. NICK PERRIN, JR. 



LAW OFFICES 



Twenhoefel Bldg^ Suite ^(-7 

Bell Phone 180; Kinloch Phone 40C 

BELLEVILLE, ILL. 



ANTHONY J. STOECKEL 

ATTORNEY AT LAW 



Probate and Chancery Practice a 
Specialty 

Phones 
Kin. 406, Bell 180; Res., Kin 780-L 

Twenhoefel Building 
BELLEVILLE :: ILLINOIS 



BeU 1358 



Kinloch 262-L 



PRESTON K. JOHNSON 

LAWYEIR 



Suite 27 First National Bank BIdg. 



BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 



CHARLES P. HANILL 



ATTORNEY AT LAW 



1 and 2 West Building 

Phone: BeU 92 

BELLEVILLE :: ILLINOIS 



CHARLES WEBB 

ATTORNEY AT LAW 



Phone Kinloch 539 

0£Bce: Z2a S. lUinois St. 

BELLEVILLE :: ILLINOIS 



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LAW OFFICES 

JAMES O. MILLER CLYDE D. MILLER 

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW 



BeU Phone 132 Klnloch Phone 171-L 

Southwest Comer Public Square BELLEVILLE :: ILLINOIS 



ALBERT B. OGLE 

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 

Practice in All Courts 



22 South Illinois Street BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 



H, E. SCHAUMLEFFEL H. C LINDAUER 

State's Attorney Assistant Sute's Attorney 

SCHAUMLEFFEL & LINDAUER 

LAV/YERS 



Both Phones: Court House Exchange 
OFFICE COURT HOUSE BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 



Aug. Barthel 


Jas. A. Farmer Louis Klinfel 


BARTHEL, 


FARMER & KLINGEL 




LAWYERS 


Both Phones 


yn. Commercial BuJldinr 


BEI.I.F.VII.I.R :: ILLINOIS 



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P. C OTWELL 

ATTORNEY AT LAW 



Kinloch M BeU 44» 

30 Public Squar* 
BELLEVIIXE >: ILUNOIS 



F.J.TECKLENBURG 

ATTORNEY AT LAW 



B«n U» Kinloch SI 

M South UllBoU St. 
BELLEVILLE ILUNOIS 



BEN LAUTZ 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 
Notaiy Public 



Offico: 2$ A Public Squaro 

Phoao Boll 178 

Roaldenco: 3M South Hl^h Strcot 

PhoDO BoU 471 
BELLEVILLE ILUNOIS 



L. R. OSTERHAUS 



ATTORNEY AT LAW 



BELLEVILLE 



ILUNOIS 



G. F. WOMBACHER 

ATTORNEY AT LAW 
Notary Publb; 



Main St. Phono 72 

MASCOUTAH. ILL. 



LOUIS E.WANGELIN 



ATTORNEY AT LAW 



TcUphone: Bell S«5 

OfBco No. It Public Squaro 

BELLEVILLE ILLINOIS 



M. W. Schaofor 



F. H. Kruror 



SCHAEFER & KRUGER 



ATTORNEYS AT LAW 



Phonea: BeU 88S; Kinloch K 
Office: S. W. Corner Public Square 
BELLEVILLE ILUNOIS 



Wfcen you do not know what 
merchant sells the merchandise or 
machinery you are in the market 
for, consult the "Bayers' Guide 
Index ' of this directory. In nearly 
all cases tou will be able to locate 
the merchant in your county who 
sells what you want. 



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R. W. GROSSMANN, D. V. M. 

VETERINARY SURGEON 
DENTIST 



Farmers' Fountain and Kinloch Telephone No. 79 
COLUMBIA, ILLINOIS 



Hours 9 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 p. m. Bell Phone: Office 114: Res. U3S 

Evenings by Appointment 

Friday Afternoon Reserved for Charity 

DR. G. C. OTRICH 

Practice Limited to 
EAR, NOSE, THROAT AND ORAL SURGERY 

Suite 14 K. C. Building, Public Square 
BELLEVILLE -:- -:- -:- ILLINOIS 



DR. JANES C. JErrERY 

OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 



Bell. Tel. Office 344; Res. 5S3-W 

Penn Building 
BELLEVILLE ILLINOIS 



HENRY J. SCHLESINGER 

H. D. C. 

VETERINARY SURGEON 

Assistant State Veterinarian 

Vaccination a Specialty 



Phone Kinlock IC-R 
NEW ATHENS :: ILLINOIS 



FRANK E. AUTEN, M. D. 

PRACTICE LIMITED TO EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT 



Office Hours 9 to 11 a. m.; 2 to 4:30 p. m. 

Office Phones: Kinloch 53; Bell 936 Residence Phone: Bell 937 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG. BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS 



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GENERAL FARH DATA for ST. CLAIR COUNTY, ILUNOIS 

FROM 1910 CENSUS 



Population 119.870 

Number of all farms Vw 

Color and nativity of fanners: 

Native white ii^ 

Foreign-born white • 4B 

Negro and other n^n- white Si- 
Number of farms classified by size: 

Under 3 acres 13 

3 to 9 acres 120 

10 to 19 acres 123 

20 to 49 acres 312 

60 to 99 acres 771 

100 to 174 acres i;283 

175 to 259 acres 414 

260 to 499 acres 102 

500 to 999 acres 6 

1,000 acres and over... 1 

Approximate land area acres 424,320 

Land in farms aces 364,523 

Improved land in farms acres 309,541 

Woodland in farms acres 43fiOl 

Other unimproved land in farms acres 11,9B1 

Percent of land area in farms '• 85.9 

Percent of farm land improved S4S 

Average acres per farm 11S.9 

Average improved acres per farm «?...- 98.4 

All farm property value dollars 38,262,763 

Land dollars 29,732,797 

Buildings dollars 5,120,135 

Implements and machinery dollars 865,386 

Domestic animals poultry and bees dollars 2,544,445 

Percent of value of all property in 

Land 77.7 

Building! 13.4 

Implements and machinery 13 

Domestic animals, poultry and beea 6.6 

Average values: 

All property per farm dollars 12,166 

Land and building per farm dollars 11,082 

Land per acre dollars 81.57 

Farms reporting domestic animals 3,114 

Value of domestic animals dollars 2,385,698 

Cattle: 

Total number 17,198 

Dairy cows 10,592 

Other cows 1,121 

Yearling heifers , 2,191 

Calves 2,2n 

Yearling steers and bulls 486 

Other steers and bulls 538 

Value dollars 420,192 

Horses: 

Total number 11,713 

Mature horses 10,712 

Yearling colts 664 

Spring colts 337 

Value dollars 1,144,235 

Mules: 

Total number 4,911 

Mature mules 4*547 

Yearling colts .'. '255 

Spring colts 109 

Value dollara 634,834 

Asses and burros: 

Number 3q 

Val«»e ...v. v.... *.*.*..'.'. v.! )!!dolia'rt 5,480 

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Swine : 

Total number 29,440 

Mature hogs 18i99S 

Spring pigs » 10.'44S 

Vali»e dollars 171,753 

Sheep : 

Total number 2,342 

Rams, yews and wethers I'^SS 

Spring lambs 987 

^ Valu« dollars 9,126 

Goats: 

Number ,. 40 

Value ;.. . ■.IdoViars 78 

Number of poultry of all kinds 326 549 

Value V !!doYl^V 154^961 

Number of colonies of bees I 526 

T^ ^''"S-; :•:•; :.doiiart 3>86 

Number of farms operated by owners 1612 

Percent of all farms ,.'.!,.' SU 

Land in farms acres 189,579 

Improved land in farms acres 156,9B9 

Value ol land and buildings dollars 17,238)640 

Degree of ownership : 

Farms consisting of owned land only 1,180 

Farms consisting of owned land and hired land 432 

Color and nativity of owners : 

Native white 1,350 

Foreigp-bom white 250 

Negro and other non-white 12 

Number of farms operated by tenants 1,524 

Percent of all farms 48.5 

Land in farms acres 173,855 

Improved land in farms acres 151,636 

Value of land and buildings dollars 17,486,962 

Form of tenancy : 

Share tenants "09 

Share cash tenants 334 

Cash tenants , 404 

Tenure not specified 77 

Color and nativity of tenants : 

Native white 1,326 

Foreign-born white 159 

Negro and other non-white 39 

Number of farms operated by maaagers : 9 

Land in farms acres 1,189 

Improved land in farms acres 916 

Value of land and buildings dollars 137,330 

Mortgage debt report: 

For all farms operated by owner«: 

Number free from mortgage debt 1,262 

Number with mortgage debt 331 

Number with no mortgage report 19 

For farms consisting of owned land only : 

Number reporting debt and amount 212 

Value of their land and buildings dollars 1,970,158 

Amount of mortgage debt dollars 563,380 

Percent of value of land and buildings 28.6 

LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS 

Dairy cows on farms reporting dairy products number 10,192 

Dairy cows on farms reporting milk produced number 9,412 

Milk produced gallons 3.110,297 

Sold gallons 1,407,738 

Cream sold -. gallons 5,255 

Butter fat sold pounds 2,733 

Butter produced pounds 582,486 

Sold pounds 411,985 

Cheese produced pounds 29,988 

Sold pounds 23,685 

Value of dairy products excluding home and use of milk and cream dollars 317,054 

Receipts from sale of dairy products dollars 277,581 

Poultry raised number 534.640 

Sold number 214,493 

Eggs produced dozens 1,349,822 

Sold dozens 945,522 

Value of poultry and eggs produced dollars 455.860 

Receipts from sale of poultry and eggs dollars 262,799 

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Wool, fleeces shorn number 1,077 

Mohair and goat hair fleeces shorn number 4 

Value of wool and mohair produced - dollars 1,993 

Honey produced pounds 15,84'' 

Wax produced . . , pounds 706 

Value of honey and wax produced dollars 2.03S 

DOMESTIC ANIMALS SOLD OR SLAUGHTERED 

Calves sold or slaughtered number 6,786 

Other cattle sold or slaughtered number 2,576 

Horses, mules, asses and burros sold number 1,183 

Swine sold or slaughtered number 29,164 

Sheep and goats sold or slaughtered number 526 

Receipt from sale of animals dollars 407,205 

Value of animals slaughtered dollars 288,713 

VALUE OF ALL CROPS 

CereaU dollars 3,488,491 

Other grains and seeds dollars 28,129 

Hay and forage dollars 405,353 

Vegetables dollars 689,389 

Fruits and nuts do ars 67,776 

All other crops dollars 81,984 

SELECTED CROPS 

Com acres 63,093 

bushels 2,205,178 

Oats acres 20,959 

bushels 457,703 

Wheat • acres 114,907 

bushes 2,021,081 

Emmer and spelt acres 30 

bushels 290 

Barley acres 15 

bushels 561 

Buckwheat acres 

bushels 

Rye acres , 103 

bushels 1,123 
HAY AND FORAGE 

All tame or cultivated grasses acres 34,613 

tons 36,886 

Timothy alone ^ acres 11,05R 

tons 12,332 

Timothy and clover mixed acres 796 

tons 958 

Clover alone acres 22,331 

tons 22,959 

Alfalfa acres 84 

tons 193 

Millet or Hungarian grass acres 223 

tons 323 

Other tame or cultivated grasses acres 121 

tons 121 

Wild, salt or prairie grasses acres 13 

. tons 14 

Grains cut green acres 297 

_ , tons 352 

Coarse forage acres 413 

tons 1,124 
SPECIAL CROPS: 

Potstoet acres 7.079 

bushels 82C,743 

All other vegetables acres 3,701 

Maple trees number 

Maple sugar (made) , pounds 

Maple sirup (made) ' gallons 

..acres 

Broom corn pounds 1,180 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Labor — farm reporting 2 452 

Cash expended '...'....'..'. idoVlars 362^619 

Kent and board dollars 151,718 

rertilizer — farms reporting . 132 

Amount expended !.'!!!!!!;!!!! 1 !!!!!!!! .■.'doliars 4,150 

Feed — farms reporting 1 417 

Amount expended !".!!!."!!!!!!!!'.,..,! ! idoYlar's 110;311 

Keceipts from sale of feedable crops dollars 170,350 

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GENERAL FARN DATA for MONROE COUNH, ILLINOIS 

FROM 1910 CENSUS 



Population 13.508 

Number of all famu 1,487 

Color and nativity of farmers: 

Native white 1,309 

Foreign-born white 176 

Negro and other non-white 2 

Number of farma claatified by size: 

Under 3 acres 

8 to 9 acres 35 

10 to 19 acres 31 

20 to 49 acres 75 

60 to 99 acres 26J 

100 to 174 acres 689 

175 to 259 acres 306 

260 to 499 acres 86 

BOO to 999 acres 4 

1,000 acres and over 

Approximate land area acres 248,960 

Land in farms acres 208,790 

Improved land in farms acres 155,439 

Woodland in farms acres 46,030 

Other unimproved land in farms acres 7,321 

Percent of land area in farms g3 9 

Percent of farm land improved.,.. 744 

Average acres per farm 140.4 

Average improved acres per farm 104.5 

All farm property value dollars 12,051,162 

Land dollars 8,885,029 

Buildings dollars 1,848,325 

Implements and machinery dollars 315,917 

Domestic animals, poultry and bees dollars 1,001,891 

Percent of value of all property in 

Land 73.7 

Buildings IS.3 

Implements and machinery 2.6 

Domestic animals, poultry and bees g3 

Average values: 

All property per farm dollars g^ 104 

Land and buildings per farm ..dollars 7^18 

Land per acres dollars 4,255 

Parms reporting domestic animals 1_467 

Value of domestic animals dollars 931,662 

Cattle: 

Total number 6.191 

Dairy cows 3,842 

Other cows 422 

Yearling heifers 778 

Calves 828 

Yearling steers and bulls 204 

Other steers and bulls 117 

Value dollars 131,719 

Horses : 

Total number 4,201 

Mature horses 3,781 

Yearling colts 298 

Spring colu 12? 

Value dollars 395,675. 

Mules: 

Total number 2,65? 

Mature mules 2,566 

Yearling colts 62 

Spring colts JVr ■ „, o?l 

Value dollars 323,846 

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Amcs and burros: , 

Swine: ,a A(.a 

Total number i^,4b8 

Mature hogs W.O" 

Sheep: , 

Total number, Ai^S 

Rams, yews and wethers 1,215 

Spring lambs 500 

Valoe dollars 6,764 

Go«t8: 

Nu»b€r 9 

Value dollars 11 

Number of poultry of all kinds VV,*" ^Io'9oo 

Y^^^e dollars 69,582 

Number of colonies of bees • 257 

Y^j]]^ dollars 647 

N»imber of farms operated by owners 882 

Percent of all farms 59.3 

Land in farms a"" 124.205 

Improved land in farms acres ^ ,^'f^ 

Value ot land and buildings dollars 6,121.509 

Degree of ownership ^ . , . , «^ 

Farms consisting of owned land only «m 

Farms consisting of owned land and hired land 598 

Color and nativity of owners : 

Native white '52 

Foreigp-bom white 130 

Negro and other non-white 

Number of farms operated by tenants 600 

Percent ol all farms 40.3 

Land in farms acres 83,469 

Improved land in farms acres 65,072 

Value of land and buildings dollars 4,557,145 

Form of tenancy: 

Share tenants 404 

Share cash tenants 171 

Cash tenants , 20 

Tenure not specified S 

Color and nativity of tenaats: 

Native white 552 

Foreign-born white 46 

Negro and other non-white 2 

Number of farms operated by managers : 5 

Land in farms acres 1,026 

Improved land in farms acres 681 

Value of land and buildings dollars 54,700 

Mortgage debt report: 

For all farms operated by owners: 

Number free from mortgage debt 644 

Number with mortgage debt 217 

Number with no mortgage report 21 

For farms consisting of owned land only: 

Number reporting deibt and amount 93 

Value of their land and buildings dollars 626,222 

Amount of mortgage debt dollars 182 650 

Percent of value of land and buildings 29 2 

LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS 

Dairy cows on farms reporting dairy products number 3 776 

Dairy cows on farms reporting milk produced number 3464 

Milk produced gallons l,049io27 

Sold gallons 320,446 

Cream sold ..gallons 242 

Butter fat sold ..pounds 225 

l*"ii"^° "'^ • -Poonds 232,233 

ri,^. 1 •^' • • .; pounds 139,153 

Q i/'^"'"'*^ PO«°ds 5,578 

rr 1 !3 y- 1 : pounds 3,338 

Value of dairy products excluding hom« and use of milk and cream dollars 76,476 

Receipts from sale of dairy products ..dollars 58,116 



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203,229 



.' number 74,435 

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EffBi prodaced • dozem 774,889 

Sold doient 580.513 

Value of poultry and eggs produced dollars 305,952 

Receipts from sale of poultry and eggs; dollars 129.415 

Wool, fleece* shorn number 986 

Mohair and Goat hair fleeces shorn number i 

Value of wool and mohair produced dollars 1,9*3 

Honey produced pounds WS2 

Wax produced pounds O 

Value of honey and wax produced dollars 348 

DOMESTIC ANIMALS SOLD OR SLAUGHTEBBD 

Calves sold or slaughtered number 2,348 

Other cattle sold or slaughtered number 746 

Horses, mules, asses and burros sold number 386 

Swine sold or slaughtered number 15.921 

Sheep and goats sold or slaughtered number 403 

R'Cceipt from sale of animals dollars 145.021 

Value of animals slaughtered dollars 135.503 

VALUE OF ALL CROPS 

Cercais dollars I,fi92,4l3 

Other grains and seeds dollars 11.784 

Hay and forage dollars 146,607 

VegeUbles dollars 155,923 

Fruits and nuts » dollars 18,432 

All other crops , dollars 47,345 

SELECTED CROPS 

Com acres 25,633 

bushels 894,414 

Oats acres 5.549 

bushels 102,905 

Wheat acres 71,790 

bushels 1,136,207 

Emmer and spelt acres 2 

bushels 32 

Barley acres 99 

bushels 2,513 

Buckwheat acres 

bushels 

pve , acres 139 

bushels 1.966 
Hay and forage: 

All tame or cultivated grasaes acres 14,746 

tons 16,(>46 

Timothy alone ..acres 3,296 

tons 4,541 

Timothy and clover mixed acres 440 

tons 559 

Clover alone acres 10.627 

tons 10.138 

Alfalfa acres 315 

tons 745 

Millet or Hungarian grass acres 66 

tons 62 

Other tame or cultivated grasses acres 2 

tons 1 

WHd, salt or prairie grasses ..acres 1 

tons 4 

Grains cut green .acres 47 

tons 57 

Coarse forage .acres 504 

tons 942 

Special crops: 

Potatoes *"«■ ^'^ 

bushels 191.483 

AU other vegetables acres 252 

Broom com acres 1 

pounds 256 
MISCELLANEOUS 

L«bor — farm reporting 1.0^ 

Cksk expended dollars 142.330 

Rent and board dollars 57.383 

Fertilizer — farms reporting O 

Amotint expended dollars 1,841 

Feed — farma reporting 717 

Amount expended dollars l^'X^ 

Receipt* from sale of feedable crops dollars 

307 



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GESTATION TABLE OF FARM ANIMALS 



Time of 


Mares, 


Cows, 


Ewes, 


Sows, 


Bitches, 


Service 


340 Days 


283 Days 


150 Days 


112 Days 


63 Days 


Jan. 1 
6 


Dec. 6 


Oct. 


10 


May 


30 


Apr. 


22 


Mar 4 


" 11 


" 


IS 


June 


4 


" 


27 


9 


" 11 


" 16 


" 


20 


" 


9 


May 


2 


" 14 


" 16 


" 21 


" 


25 


" 


14 


" 


7 


" 19 


" 21 


" 26 


" 


30 


" 


19 


" 


12 


" 24 


" 26 


•• 31 


Nov. 


4 


" 


24 


" 


17 


" 29 


" 31 


Jan. 5 


" 


9 


" 


29 


M 


22 


Apn 3 


Feb. 5 


" 10 


" 


14 


July 


4 


" 


27 


" 10 


" IS 


" 


19 




9 


June 


1 


" 13 


" 15 


« 20 


" 


24 


" 


14 


" 


6 


" 18 


" 20 


" 25 


" 


29 


" 


19 


" 


11 


" 23 


" 25 


" 30 


Dec. 


4 


" 


24 


" 


16 


" 2& 


Mar. 2 


Feb. 4 


" 


9 


" 


29 


" 


21 


May 3 


" 7 


9 


" 


14 


Aug. 


3 


" 


26 


8 


" 12 


" 14 


" 


19 


" 


8 


July 


1 


" 13 


" 17 


" 19 


" 


24 


" 


13 




6 


" 18 


" 22 


" 24 


" 


29 


" 


18 


" 


11 


" 23 


" 27 


Mar. 1 


Jan. 


3 


" 


23 


•• 


16 


" 28 


Agr. 1 


6 
" 11 




8 
13 


Sept. 


28 
2 


<f 


21 
26 


June 2 
" 7 


" 11 


" 16 


" 


18 


7 


•• 


31 


" 12 


" 16 


" 21 


«i 


23 


" 


12 


Aug. 


5 


.. 17 


" 21 


" 26 


" 


28 


" 


17 


'* 


10 


" 22 


" 26 


" 31 


Feb. 


2 


" 


22 


'• 


15 


" 27 


May 1 


Apr. 5 


" 


7 


" 


27 


" 


20 


J^y ? 


" 6 


" 10 


" 


12 


Oct. 


2 


" 


25 


7 


" 11 


" 15 


" 


17 


" 


7 


" 


30 


" 12 


" 16 


" 20 


" 


22 


" 


12 


Sept. 


4 


" 17 


" 21 


" 25 


" 


27 


" 


17 


9 


" 22 


" 26 


" 30 


Mar. 


4 


" 


22 


" 


14 


" 27 


" 31 


May 5 


" 


9 


" 


27 


" 


19 


Aug. 1 


June 5 


" 10 


" 


14 


Nov. 


1 


" 


24 


6 


''" 10 


" IS 


" 


19 


" 


6 


" 


29 


" 11 


" 15 


" 20 


'«« 


24 


" 


11 


Oct. 


4 


" 16 


". 20 


•< 25 


" 


29 


" 


16 


" 


9 


" 21 


"^ 25 


" 30 


Apr. 


3 


" 


21 


" 


14 


" 26- 


" 30 


June 4 


<■ 


8 


" 


26 


" 


19 


- 31 


J* ,J 


.. 9 
" 14 


" 


13 
18 


Dec. 


1 
6 


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24 
29 


Sent. S 
R 10 


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.. -5 


" 


23 


" 


11 


Not. 


3 


" IS 


" 20 


24 


" 


28 


" 


16 


" 


8 


" 2(r 


" 25 


29 


May 


3 


" 


21 


" 


13 


" 25 


" 30 


July 4 


" 


8 


" 


26 


" 


18 


" 3a 


Aug. 4 


9 


" 


13 


" 


31 


•' 


23 


Oct. S 


" 9 


" 14 


" 


18 


Jan. 


5 


" 


28 


" 10 


.. 14 


" 19 


" 


23 




10 


Dec. 


3 


" IS 


" 19 


" 24 


" 


28 


" 


15 


" 


8 


" 20 


" 24 


" 29 


June 


2 


•• 


20 


•• 


13 


" 25 


Set. 3 


Aug. 3 


" 


7 


" 


25 


" 


18 


- 30 


" 29 


8 


" 


12 


" 


30 


" 


23 


Not. 4 


" 8 


" 13 


" 


17 


Feb. 


4 


<• 


28 


- » 


" 13 


" 18 


" 


22 


" 


9 


Jan. 


2 


" 14 


" 18 


" 23 


" 


27 


" 


14 




7 


* \9 


" 23 


" 28 


July 


2 


" 


19 


" 


12 


» 24 


" 28 


Set. 2 




7 


" 


24 


M 


17 


" 29 


Oct. 3 


7 


*' 


12 


Mar. 


1 


•• 


22 


Dec. 4 


8 


" 12 


" 


17 


" 


6 


" 


27 


9 


" 13 


" 17 


" 


22 


" 


11 


Feb. 


1 


" 14 


•• 18 


" 22 


" 


27 


" 


16 




6 


* 19 


•• 23 


" 27 


Aug. 


1 


" 


21 


" 


11 


" 24 


" 28 


Oct. 2 


«i 


6 


" 


26 


" 


16 


" 29 


Nov. 2 


7 


" 


11 


" 


31 


" 


21 


Ian. 3 


" 7 


" 12 


" 


16 


Apr. 


5 


" 


26 


- 8 


•• 12 


« 17 


*' 


21 


" 


10 


Mar. 


3 


•• 13 


.. 17 


" 22 


u 


26 


" 


IS 




8 


" 18 


•• 22 


" 27 


u 


31 


" 


20 


•■ 


13 


" 23 


" 27 


Nov. 1 


Sept. 


S 


" 


25 


M 


18 


" 28 


Dec. 2 


" 6 


« 


10 


" 


30 


M 


23 


Feb. 2 


7 


" 11 


«i 


IS 


May 


5 


M 


38 


— 7 


« 12 


" 16 


" 


20 




10 


Apr. 


2 


" 12 


" 17 


" 21 


M 


25 


<• 


15 


7 


•• 17 


•• 22 


" 26 


l< 


30 


•• 


20 


« 


12 


« 22 


•• 27 


Dec. 1 


Oct. 


5 


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25 


M 


17 


*» 27 


•• 31 


" S 


«< 


9 


M 


29 


M 


21 


Mir. » 



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AVERAGE WEIGHT OF LIVESTOCK 
. The average weight of cattle at Chicago for months mentioned wai ai foUowt: 

191S 1914 1913 1912 1911 1910 190* 

January 1,027 996 1,002 1,018 897 1,019 1.02$ 

February 1,041 1,013 1,006 990 j,031 1,019 1,042 

March 1,055 1,012 929 991 1,030 995 1,023 

April 1,089 1,036 1,040 999 1,068 1,036 l.OSS 

May 1,075 1.021 1,040 994 1,080 1,024 1,482 

June 1.076 1,008 1,069 999 1,036 1,006 1,092 

July 1,032 1,000 1,037 1,003 1,017 980 1,074 

August 1,050 999 1,021 958 995 939 1,022 

September 1.047 981 992 953 985 949 994 

October 1.024 958 980 951 966 947 974 

November 1,017 1,015 1.011 957 889 990 995 

December 1.037 1,003 997 980 972 995 999 

Year 1,046 1,002 1,008 981 997 990 1,036 

The average weight of calves at Chicago for month mentioned was as follows: 

1915 1914 1913 1912 1911 1910 1909 

January 142 141 140 154 156 180 169 

February 129 137 132 137 148 155 151 

March 131 119 123 124 125 146 138 

April Ill 113 111 112 114 116 117 

May 117 119 114 116 119 127 117 

June 122 123 127 128 134 138 129 

July 136 136 136 139 147 170 154 

August 149 151 153 161 161 176 178 

September 155 173 176 177 190 204 220 

October 160 165 169 170 203 219 220 

November 159 160 157 171 170 204 206 

December 149 152 154 157 168 183 191 

Year 134 135 134 145 153 168 165 

The average weight of hogs at Chicago for months mentioned was as follows: 

1915 1914 1913 1912 1911 1910 1909 1908 1907 

January 223 216 226 212 226 210 203 215 223 

February 224 224 230 217 230 213 204 212 222 

March 231 233 240 218 239 218 206 212 228 

April 233 233 242 227 241 227 212 219 234 

May 233 236 242 232 242 239 216 218 235 

June 231 237 244 235 236 242 219 217 236 

July 238 244 243 23.9 233 246 225 222 240 

AuKust 246 248 233 240 239 255 232 224 250 

September 235 242 222 235 224 259 232 219 253 

October 204 229 209 226 212 253 227 207 235 

November 187 218 207 222 208 232 225 213 209 

December 190 226 213 223 213 224 214 211 214 

Year 219 231 228 226 228 235 218 216 231 

Lightest on record. 

The average weight of sheep and Iambs at Chicago for months mentioned was as follows: 

'IS '14 '13 '12 '11 '10 '09 '08 '07 '06 '05 '04 '03 

January 82 81 87 82 90 83 84 85 86 86 86 93 88 

February 81 81 85 82 88 82 83 84 86 83 89 89 86 

March 82 84 84 84 86 82 84 86 86 82 88 87 82 

April ." 83 83 85 82 85 80 84 84 85 82 89 88 87 

May 81 82 82 80 84 82 81 85 84 82 87 86 8S 

June' 72 74 77 76 75 80 11 82 81 80 82 82 80 

Tulv 73 76 76 75 76 80 76 79 81 80 82 83 80 

Aueust ' 79 76 78 75 78 80 80 79 81 79 79 82 81 

September '. .'. 75 73 75 77 72 79 79 79 82 78 78 78 77 

October 78 71 73 78 73 79 80 79 80 79 75 78 79 

November 81 83 78 82 78 82 81 81 81 80 80 85 82 

December 82 83 80 85 83 81 79 82 84 85 84 88 87 

Year 79 78 79 79 79 81 83 82 83 81 83 84 83 

AVERAGE WEIGHT OF STOCK 
Yearly average weight of livestock at Chicago for seven years: 

1915 1914 1913 1912 

Cattle 1046 1002 1008 981 

Calves".!'. 134 135 134 145 

HoKs 219 231 228 226 

Sheep 79 78 79 79 

309 



1911 


1910 


1909 


997 


990 


1036 


153 


168 


I6S 


228 


23S 


218 


79 


81 


83 



PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DrRECTORY 



PROTECT YOUR HONEST DOLLAR 

To Prairie Farmer Readers — 

D.on't buy cheap, unadvertised goods, but protect yourself when buy- 
ing by insisting on getting from your dealer only — 



^O^^ANr^^ 




^/Guaranteed ByV-^ 



Your Dealer 



AH Goods Advertised in Prairie Farmer are TRIPLING Goods. 
All Goods Advertised in This Directory are TRIPLE^G Goods. 

When the local dealer ssljs in his advertisement: 

'^ We Sell and Recommend the Following 

TRIPLE-Guarantee Goods" 

as in any advertisement in Prairie Farmer or in this 
Directory, it gives you this TRIPLE-Guarantee 

1st That the manufacturer of the goods stands back of them. 

2nd That the Prairie Farmer stands back of them. 

3rd That the merchant handling the goods stands back of them. 

©TRIPLE-Guarantee Goods" 



1918 



Are the best value for the money. 

Safest to buy. 

And Satisfextion is absolutely insured. 



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What Are "TRIPLE-G'^Goods? 



S' 



1018 




lirij\7 should you ask 

••*** for them and 

refuse any other kind? 



WHEN a reader of Prairie Farmer goes into a store 
to buy, he is assiired of getting full value for his 
money if he insists on buying only well knowni advertised 
goods and refusing to buy any imknown brand substitute. 

W/ TJ V" p Because advertised goods are well known 
'^ goods that are backed up with the guar- 

antee of PRAIRIE FARMER and the manufacturer. If 
the goods are not as represented in the advertising, or do 
not give full satisfaction, this TRIPLE GUARANTEE 
means that you have only to make your complaint and 
that any just claim will be fairly considered and your 
money paid back in case the goods are not as represented. 
This is PRAIRIE FARMER'S FAIR PLAY POLICY 
with its readers. We back up every advertisement in 
PRAIRIE FARMER and guarantee honest treatment. 
No htunbugs , swindles or cheap substitute goods (that are 
made to sell and get the customer's money on false pre- 
tenses) are advertised in PRAIRIE FARMER. Buy the 
goods advertised in PRAIRIE FARMER and in this 
Directory and you are taking no chances. You are guar- 
anteed satisfaction because all goods we advertise are 



TRIPIE-GOARANTEED GOODS 

© g.g Caarant€*d by thm Mamufacturer, the Dealer mnd the Fubtither. 



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PURE AND SURE 

SEEDS 

FOR GARDEN, FIELD AND LAWN 

"Pure and Sure" Seeds mean seeds of the highest quality — Seeds that will 
grow and produce the kind of crops that you want — fine juicy vegetables, large, 
heavy yields of com, wheat, etc., and beautiful flowers that all will admire. 
Make your next year's crop be a "Pure and Sure" Crop. 

Get busy and get our catalogs. They are free and there is something in 
them that interests everybody. We want you to have these catalop. There 
is one on seeds in spring, one on fall bulbs and seeds and one on poultry sup- 
plies, any one or all mailed free. 

IT PAYS TO PLANT THE BEST 

To buy the best seeds means half the crop guaranteed. Poor seeds will 
Jiever pay you. It is the worst investment you can make. Why take a chance 
when you know how easy it is to get good "Pure and Sure" Seeds. Write for 
our seed catalog. It fully describes the best seeds obtainable. 

l^OULTRY SUPPLIES 

THE LARGEST POULTRY SOPPLV HOUSE IN THE WEST 

We handle everything for the poultryman, and our Big Poultry Catalog 
tells you much about poultry raising. 

There is big money in poultry if properly cared for and it is up to you to 
get in and get your share. You know how eggs are selling. Why not increase 
your profit from your poultry? Write for our catalog. 

FIELD SEED QUOTATIONS 

Keep posted on market quotations. Our field seed price list will be mailed 
you free if you write us and tell us you want it. It will pay you to keep 
postad. 

BIO CATALOGS FREE 

Do you want to be on the mailing list of St. Louis' one and only large seed 
house? Send us your name and address and we will mail you catalogs, price 
lists, booklets, etc., dealing on seeds and poultry supplies. 



:%E} 



mm 

* AND 

rsuf 



2^ 



St. Louis Seed Co. 

ill WASHINGTON ST. 
ST. LOUIS, MO. 



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St. Clair and Monroe Counties Buyers' Guide 
FOR "TRIPLE-G" GOODS 




Recommended to the Prairie Parmer Reader* 
— Aek Your Dealer for Them 



Abstracts of Title 

292 

Automobiles 

233 

Allen 237-261-276 

Briscoe 241, 230 

Buick 234, 237, 241, 279 

Chalmers 236 

Chandler 261 

Chevrolet 232, 261, 277 

Detroit Electric 239 

Dodge 278 

Dorris 239 

Elcar 230, 236 

Essex 278 

Ford 263, 267, 280 

Hudson 278 

Jordan , 236 

Marmon 239 

Maxwell 237-242 

Monroe 243 

Moon 216 

Moore 265 

Nash . . 239 

Oakland 234-241-261-279 

Overland 216 

Paige 277 

Saxon 21d 

Stndebaker 232-877 

Automobile Accessories 

12-129-216-230-232-239-263-265-272-277-280 

Aiax Tires 243 

Brunswick Tires 334 

Champion Spark Plugs 261 

Columbia Batteries 240 

Eveready Batteries 261 

Federal Tires 2f^ 

Firestone Tires 265 

r-sk Tire; 209-234 243-;s45 

"'ord Parts 263-265-267 

Ford Winter Tops 239 

Gargoyle Mobiloils 216 

Gasoline 216-247 

Goodrich Tires 216-230-245-261-265 

Goodyear Tires 234-261 

Gordon Tires 247 

Gould Batteries 234 

Imperial Oils 280 

Lee Tires 243 

Mertens Inner Tube Patches 245 

Mobiloils 209-230-277 

Norwalk Tires 234 

Oils 247 

Oldfield Tires 243 

Pennant Oils 230 

Racine County Road Tires 230 

Racine Tires 237 

Republic Tires 243 

Sterling Super Tires 234 

Texaco Gas 247 

Timsco Tires 236 

U. S. Tires 237-245 

Valvoline Oils 261 

Willard Batteries 238-261 



Auto Painting 

24S 

Auto Repairs and Supplies 

234-235-236-241-244-245-247-265-283 

Bakeries 

274 

Banks 

2-4-6- 10- 14-34-40-227-228-246-251-252-256-289-296- 

318-320-323-324 

Bam Equipment 

Ooor Track ■. 289 

Hay Forks 289 

Porter 214 

Battery Service Stations 

234 

Columbia 240 

Willard 238 

lers 

Deering 136-216-232-262 

Emerson i3 

McCormick 136-232-262 

Buggies 

Banner 136 

Ernerson 13-260 

Hercules 136 

Builder Supplies 

132-223-272-288-290 

Acme Plaster Board 214-223-289 

Asbestos Roofing 214-293 

Asbestos Shingles 214-289-293 

Asphalt Shingles 289 

Atlas Portland Cement 135 

Barretts Asphalt Shingles v--129 

Beaver Board 129-214-223 

Best Wall Plaster Board 214 

Carey Asphalt 188 

Cement 253 

Certain-teed Roofing 266 

Cornell Board 266 

Galvanized Roofing 289 

Hardwood Flooring 289 

Jumbo Ceiling Board 188 

Jumbo Shingles 188 

Kameo Board Cedar Shingles 188 

Lehigh Cement 266 

Lime 253 

Mule Hide Roofing 188 

Neponset Paroid Roofing 132 

Neponset Wall Board 266 

Perfect Red Cedar Shingles 188 

Portland Cement 289 

Red Cedar Shingles 289 

Red Label Cedar Shingles 188 

Red Wing Cement 214-266 

Rubber Roofing 214 

Ruberoid Roofing 135 

Square Deal Wall Board 135 

Standard Ceiling Board 188 

Standard Shingles 188 

Universal Cement 266 

Upson Wall Board 132 



313 



PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



U. S. Gypsum Plaster 266 

Wall Board 289 

Window Glass 289 

Cameras and Supplies 
Eastman 209 

Cleaning and Dyeing 

193 

Clod Crushers 

Dunham Roller Bearing^ 1^ 

Clothing 

Annis Furs 194 

fielding Silks 194-257 

Bradley Knit Wear 194-2SS 

Brighton -Carlsbad Sleepingwear 194 

Bucilla Fancy Work 291 

Butterick Patterns 196 

Carter Underwear 196 

Centemeri Gloves 194 

Dandyline Dresses 291 

Dove Undermuslins 194 

Emery Shirts 291 

E. & W. Shirts 255 

Fincks Overalls and Jumpers 291 

Footrest Hosiery 255 

Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothing 257 

Home Journal Patterns 194 

Hoosier Sheetings 194 

Ironclad Hosiery 257 

Kabo Corsets 194^255-257 

Kayser Silk Hosiery 194-196 

Korrect Pants 255 

Kuppenheimer Clothing 197 

LaPorte Wool 196 

T.i^e T,nom>''- •? •' 

Lion Brand Hats 235 

Maline Underwear 196 

McCall Patterns 291 

Mohawk Silk Gloves 194 

Monarch Hosiery 196 

Monarch Underwear 196 

Motor- weave Robes I'M 

Munsing Underwear 194 

Nashua Blankets 196 

Nemo Corsets 257 

New Idea Patterns 25i-2S7 

Paul Jones Middies 194 

Racine Shirts 194-255 

Red Diamond Overalls 255 

Skinners Satin 194-196 

Stephenson Underwear 257 

Stetson Hats 257 

Thompson Corsets 291 

Topsy Hosiery 196-255 

Veritex Underwear 255 

W. B. Reduso Corsets 196 

Wooltex Coats and Suits 194 

Worsted Goods 196 

Coal 

271 

Colleges 

39-212 

Contractors 

275 

Com Planters 

Case 13 

C. B. & Q 136 

Hayes 276 

Creameries 

219-224-288 



Cream Separators 

Belleville 136 

Boss 255 

Case 13 

DeLaval 216-260-276 

Primrose 262 

Sharpies 13-262 

Viking 136 

Cultivators 

Case 13-136 

Collins 136 

Emerson 13 



.136 



Cutters 

I. H. C. Stalk 

Disk Harrows 

Case 13 

Emerson 13 

Osborne 13* 

Sparta 136-216 

Engines 



.276 



Fairbanks-Morse 136-276 

International 136 

Jumbo 13o 



Ensilage Cutters 

Case 



13 



Farm Implements 

232-279 

American Clover Buncher 136 

Avery Separators 276 

Belleville Separators 284 

Belleville Shockmovers 286 

Birdsell Clover Hullers 136-276 

Deering 136-232-260-276 

Emerson Brantingham 260 

Halden-Peoria Lime Sowers 276 

Hoosier Lime Sowers 136 

I. H. C 8 

Jeffery Lime Stone Crushers 136 

Johnson-Fields Fan Mills 260 

Keck-Gcnnerman Threshing Machines. ..260 

McCormick 136-232 

New Racine Threshing Machines 262 

Oliver Implements 276 

Sparta Coulters 216 

Tedders I* 

Van Brunt Lime Sowers 276 

Feeds 

217-220 

Alfocorn Hog Lasses 38 

Alfocorn Kattle Fattner 38 

Big 2 Dairy 19S 

Full O' Pep Dry Mash 195 

Full O' Pep Scratch Grains 195 

Hess, Dr. Stock Foods « 272 

Purina ..' ' 255 

Purina Cow Chow 217 

Purina Molasses Dairy and Poultry 217 

Red Dog Hog Feed 282 

Schumacher Calf Meal 195 

Schumacher Stock Feed 195 

Solvet Stock Foods 255 

Star Hen Feeds 286 

Fence and Gates 

American 262-276-289 

Barbed Wire 132-289 

Big Red Fence 129-266 

Can't Sag Gates 214-266 

Cedar Posts 289 

Cyclone Lawn Fencing 129 

Cypress Wire 132 



314 



FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR AND MONROE COUNTIES 



Red Picket 132-135 

Square Deal 289 

Wire Field Fence 13 

Fertilizer 
Limestone 253 

Flour 

Charm 210 

Enterprise 195 

Eskay 271 

Gold Drop g2 

Golden Sheaf 286 

Kay-Mit 220 

Marissa Cream 217 

Pillsburys Best 195 

Purity 271 

St. Lukes 271 

Tiedemann's Pride 256 

White Lily 286 

Flour Mills 

254-256-258-269-271-282-286 



Funeral Directors 



205-268-273-294 

Furnaces 

Caloric Pipeiess 136-216 

Furniture 

Armstrong Linoleum 196 

Bigelow Hartford Rugs 196 

Crex Grass ^ugs 194 

Deltox Grass Rugs 196 

Eldredge Sewing Machines 12 

E. Z. Sewing Machines 255 

Free Sewing Machines 262 

Gold Seal Congoleum Rugs 196 

Linoleum s 2SS 

Neponset Felt Flour Covering 196 

Neponset Linoleums 282 

New Home Sewing Machines 199 

Seeley Mattresse? 268 

Springfield Mattresses 268 

Standard Sewing Machines 216 

Stems & Foster Mattresses 268 

Way Sagless Springs 268 

White Sewing Machines 276-282 

Garages 



.230-231-234-236-237-243-244-247-261-265-280 



.233 



Gas Engines 

Emerson 13 

Grain Dealers 

195-217 

Grain Drills 

Deere Van Brunt 216 

Gnndlach 136-281 

Hoosier 136 

Grindei-s 

Letr 

Guns and Ammunition 



.260 



.253 



Remington 129-255-262 

Winchester 129-209-255 

Hay Loaders 

Emerson 13 

Hay Tools 

Deering 262 

McCormick 262 

Meyers 12S 

Porters 214 



Household Supplies 

Bissel Carpet Sweepers 129-194 

Brenlin Shades 196 

China and Porcelain Dishes 12-253 

Coats Threads 196 

Colonial Cretonnes 196 

Cut Glass 12 

Duntley Vacuum Sweepers 194 

Hoover Suction Sweepers 129-368 

Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets 266 

Neponset Floor Coverings 129 

O'Cedar Mops and Polishes 194-196 

Quaker Lace Curtains 194 

Sellers Kitchen Cabinets 266 

Scranten Curtains 196 

Vudor Porch Shades 196 

Incubators and Brooders 

Buckeye 12 

Queen 2SS 



Insurance 



.38-191-201-208-226-259-274-285 



Knitting MiUs 



.270 



Lighting Plants 



.233 



Alamo 13-136 

Delco 135-190 

Genco Light 231 

Lally 230 

May hew 265 

Western Electric 265 



Lime Stone 

131 

Columbia Ground 266 

Live Stock 
Cattle 

Holstein 244 

Jersey 21f 

Poultry 

White Plymouth Rock 219 

Live Stock Commission Merchants 

5-202-203-204-250-322 

Live Stock Remedies 

Avalon Farms Hog Tone 284-292 

Ciarina Cattle Tonic 215-221 

Clarina Worm Expeller 215-221 

Wolf's Poultry and Stack 284 

Loans 
Lumber 



201-259-290 



.129-132-135-188-213-214-223-266-272-289-290 
Machine Shops 



264-265 



Manure Spreaders 

Deere 

Emerson 

Monuments 



.21tf 
13 



9-187-218-222 

Mowers 

Deering 136-216-232-262 

Emerson 13 

McCormick 136-232-262 

Newspapers 

Belleville News Democrat 3 

Daily Advocate 33 



315 



PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Opticians 



212-287 

Paint* 

272 

Acme Quality 253-292 

Chi-namel Varnishes 209-292 

Lead 289 

Mound City 289 

Phelan-Faust 255-282 

Roofing Paints 214 

Sherwin-Williams 129-209 

Sunproof 272 

Valdura 253 

Varnishes 289 

Photographers 

189-285-286 

Pianos 

199-216-284 

Conway 287 

Davis 287 

Gulbransen 207 

Hallet 287 

I-exington 287 

Virtuolo 287 

Plows 

Case 13-136 

Emerson 13 

P. & O. Sulky and Gang 136 

Sparta 136 

Produce Commission Merchants 

34-204-213-225-229-257-289-293-294-296-297-318- 
322 

Professional 

Dentist 301 

Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 294-30: 

Lawyer 298-299-30C 

Optometrist 284 

Osteopathic 301 

Veterinary 30] 

Pumps 

Hayes 136-27« 

Meyers 129-232-260 

Peters 13 



Quarries 



.131 



Real Estate 



Rendering Works 



.201-206-259-274-286-288-290 



.295 



Seeds 



.'12 



Jield S-255-276-3I2 

Garden 5-255-257 

Grass 5 

Shoes 

214-259 

Ball Band Rubbers 2S7 

Dorothy Dodd ! ! ! ! 197 

Douglas .257 

Goodrich Rubber Footwear 255 

Peters Diamond Brand 255 

Walkover ..!!!! ^257 

Silos 



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Brazil Tile ' 214 

Sagrinaw '.'.'.'.'.\'.'.\\'.'.\.'.'.'.'.[l36 

Stanchions 
Porter 214 



Stores 

Books and Stationery 200 

Clothing 186 

Drugs 272-284-292 

Dry Goods 197-214-257-286-291-292-295 

Department 194-196 

Furniture 268-273 

Grocery 255 

Hardware 12-129-209-214-216-233-253-288-292-294 

Jewelry 284-287 

Ladies' Ready.-to-Wear 257 

Stoves and Ranges 

233 

Bak?!r ..i92 

Bridge & Beach 129 

Buck 129-209.262 

Charter Oak Heaters 282 

Coles Hot Blast 209 

Detroit Vapor 209-255 

Florence Oil 282 

Garland 255 

Kari< Blue Enamel 216-253 

Majestic 294 

Moore's 12S 

Orbon Heaters 282-294 

Perfect 198 

Perfection Oil Heaters 216-255 

Quality 12 

Quick Meal Oil 129-209-216 

Red Star Detroit Vapor Oil 129 

Roesch Enamel 282 

Round Oak 129 

St. Clair 12-211 

Wilson Heaters , 216 

Talking Machims 

273-284 

Dalion • 12 

Edison 199 

Golden -Throated Claxtonola 200 

Pathe 268 

Stratman 290 

Victor 199-207-216 

Tire RepaJrlnr 

243-247 

Tools and Cutlery 

Diamond Edge 129 

Keen Kutter 129-255 

Tractors 

241 

Avery 136-276 

Advance-Rumely 276 

Case 13 

Cletrac Tank-Type 2«) 278 

Emerson-Brantingham 260 

Fordson 2^3-267-280 

International 136-230-232-262 

La Crosse Happy Farmer 280-2S3 

Mogul 262 

Moline Universal 277 

Samson '. 260-279 

Titan 230-262 

Wallis 235-283 

Waterloo Boy 276 

Trucks 



241 

Allen 276 

Briscoe 230 

Chevrolet 261-277 

Dodge 278 

Ford 280 

G. M. C 216 

Hoffman 236 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR AND MONROE COUNTIES 



International 230-262 

lifaxwell 237-242 

Overland 234 

Republic 216-235 

Samson 279 

Stephens 236 

Traffic 279 

Weber-Dammc 13 

Willys- Knight 234 

Twine 

Deeringr 136 

McCormick 136 

Vacuum Washers 
Rullman 216 

Vulcanizing 

243-245-247 



Wafona 

Lucilinghaas 30 

Weber JgJ 

Weber-Damme 13-136 

Wall PapM- 

aOO-273-2a9 

yVaaklng Machlnas 

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Boss 2a 

Dexter U6 

Eden & Rullman UP 

One Minute 129-2SS 

Sterling 233 

Vara 

Bucilla 291 

Fleisher 194 

Utopia 196 



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1866 
1867 
1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
189S 
1896 



PRICES ifOR WHEAT FOR FIFTY YEARS 

followtng table shows the lowest and highest cash prices for cash contract wheat in thi 

market for the last 50 years and the months in which extreme prices were reached : 

Months the Months the 

Lowest Prices Highest Prices 

Were Reached. Yearly Range Were Reached. 

February $ .78 at $2. 03 November 

August 1.55 at 2.95 May 

November 1.04>4 at 2.20 July 

December 76^ at 2.47 August 

April 73'A »t 1.31H July 

August 99^ at 1.32 Feb.. April, Sept. 

November 1.01 at 1.61 August 

September 89 at 1.46 July 

October 8\yi at 1.28 April 

February 83 J4 at 1.3054 August 

July 83 at 1.26>i December 

August 1.0154 at 1.76>^ May 

October 77 at 1.14 April 

January 81^ at 1.3354 December 

August 8654 at 1.32 January 

Tanuarv 95^ at 1.43}4 October 

December 69J^ at 1.40 April and May 

October 90 at 1.13>4 June 

December 69 at .96 February 

March 73H at 1.31 )i April 

October ;... .69H at .84M January 

August 60H at .94^ June 

April 715i at 2.00 September 

iune 7554 at 1.085i February 

'ebniary 74>i at 1.0854 August 

July 85 at 1.16 April 

October , 69}i at .91 H February 

July 54 at .88 April 

September 50 at .6554 April 

January 48 J4 at .85M May 

August 53 at .94H November 






Every road has two ends — at one end the farm, at the other 
the country town. Each depends on the other, and both 
prosper together. When broad-minded merchants and the pro- 
gressive farmers work together for the good of the community, 
then you have a community worth living in. 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

OTALLON, ILL 



Capital $100,000.00 



Surplus $40,000.00 



OUR POLICY: 

The policy of this bank is to conduct its business along the most 
conservative lines; to restrict its operations to legitimate enterprises; 
to eliminate all speculative ventures. 

Having gained a reputation for careful, conservative management, 
we shall steadfastly endeavor to maintain it 

COMMERCIAL, SAVINGS AND TRUST DEPARTMENTS 

MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 

OFFICERS: 
E. H. SMILEY, President 

GEO. W. TIEDEMANN, 1st Vice President 

DR. H. T. BBCHTOLD, 2nd Vice President 
W. R. DORRIS, Cashier 

G. B. GIESER, Ass't Cashier 






E. C. Hilmer F. C. Papendick 

HILMER COMMISSION COMPANY 

RECEIVERS OF EGGS, POULTRY, BUTTER, WOOL. HAY. 
GRAIN, SEEDS AND OTHER FARM PRODUCTS 

References: United States Bank, Commercial Agencies. 
822 North Third Street ST. LOUIS, MO. 



Mr. Shipper, Read This! 

If you want a square deal, ship to me. I guarantee you the highest prices 
possible for your produce. A trial shipment will convince you. I solicit the 
following produce: EGGS, POULTRY, WOOL, HIDES, RABBITS, CALVES, 
FURS and ROOTS. I will gladly furnish metal tags for calves. Write me 
what you have 

GEO. WURTH COMMISSION CO. 



710 N. Third St. 



ST. LOUIS. MO. 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR AND MONROE COUNTIES 



INDEX 



Automobile Owners' Directory of Monroe County 263-275 

Automobile Owners' Directory of St. Clair County 231-259 

Breeders' Directory of Monroe County 215-229 

Breeders' Directory of St. Clair County 187-210 

Fanr^ers' Directory of Monroe County 137-185 

Farmers' Directory of St. Clair County 41-128 

Silo Owners' Directoiy of Monroe County 295-297 

Silo Owners' Directory of St. Clair County 287-293 

Tractor Owners' Directory of Monroe County 283-285 

Tractor Owners' Directory of St. Clair County 277-281 

General Information: 

Agricultural Industry of St. Clair Coimty 35 

Average Weight of Livestock J09 

Binder Troubles and Adjustments 27 

Buyers' Guide 313-316 

Composition of Common Hog Feeds 212 

Com Planter Adjustments IS 

General Farm Data for Monroe County 305 

General Farm Data for St. Clair County 302 

Gestation Table of Farm Animals 308 

Horses, Common Unsoundness of 23 

Labor, Value of 22 

Livestock Farmers' Medicine Chest 19 

Prairie Farmers' Protective Union 321 

Prices for Wheat for Fifty Years 317 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



UNDER U. S. GOVERNMENT PROTECTION. 




Organized in 1865 



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I CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $ 500,000.00 § 
I DEPOSITS 4,300,000.00 1 

I TOTAL RESOURCES 5,000,000.00 § 

P Our facilities for rendering accurate, prompt and courteous 

I service to customers both in and out of town are unexcelled. 

I This Bank offers attractive investments including Real Estate 

g Mortgages and high grade securities, concerning which our invest- 

■ ment department shall be pleased to correspond with people out of 

g town having surplus funds to invest. 

I Highest rates of interest paid on Savings and Certificates of 

I Deposit. 

^ Safe Deposit Boxes for rent at $2.50 per year in our Burglar 

^ proof vault. You cannot afford to be without one. 



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EAST ST. LOUIS 



Member of Federal Reserve System 



ILLINOIS I 

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The Keynote of Prairie Farmer's Protective Union is to Serve and 
Protect Prairie Farmer Readers 

The greatest service rendered by Prairie Farmer's Protective Union 
is in investigating investment schemes, swindles, etc., and giving our 
members full information about them. Do not invest in any proposition, 
however attractive, until you have written us about it. If an agent 
calls on you with any scheme, with a new variety of seed, with a live- 
stock remedy, or with anything else about which you are not fully in- 
formed, write us before investing any money or signing any papers. 
Send us all the printed matter about the proposition that you can get, 
and we will make a full and impartial investigation and report promptly. 

This service has already saved members of the Prairie Farmer's Pro- 
tective Union thousands of dollars. We want to serve you, and the 
service will save you money. 

If you have subscribed for Prairie Farmer and for the Directory 
you thereby become a member of Prairie Farmer's Protective Union. 
There are no other dues or charges. 

Your certificate of membership is printed below. It entitles you to 
the full service of Prairie Farmer's Protective Union. Make use of thi« 
service freely by writing us whenever you want help or information. 

(tivtitxtntt of l®rmhprBl|tp 

This certifies that 

is a member in good standing of Prairie Farmer's Protective Union, and 
is entitled to the full service of the Union without charge for the period 
of his paid-up subscription to Prairie Farmer. All communications and 
requests for service should be addressed to 

PRAIRIE FARMER'S PROTECTIVE UNION 
223 W. Jackson Boulevard Chicago, Illinois 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



SHIP TO US 

MORE DO LLARS FOR PRODUCE 

OF ALL KINDS = 

LIVE CALVES 

(Metal tags furnished FREE to Dairy Farmers) 

LIVE POULTRY 
HIDES-WOOL-ROOTS 

Dressed Poultry In Cold Weather 
Country Butter Grease Tallow 



Sheep Pelts 

Dried Fruits 

Pecans 

Millet 

Wool 

Junk 



Goat Skins Beeswax 

Walnuts Hickory Nuts 

Stock Peas Clover Seeds 

All Kinds of Grass Seeds 
Furs Roots 

Lambs Roasting Pigs 

We know we can make you money and will ap- 
preciate your business. Information on markets 
any time. 

Our Only Guarantee Is 
A Square Deal To The Shipper 

Reference: Prairie Farmer Laclede Trust Co. 
Have your banker look up our rating 



CRANER-NANN COMMISSION CO. 

71S NORTH THIRD, ST. LOUIS, NO. 



322 



FARMERS AND BREEDERS, ST. CLAIR AND MONROE COUNTIES 



Z;^^ FIRST 
NATIONAL 



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WATERLOO, ILL. 



ESTABLISHED 1912 



CAPITAL $25,000.00 
SURPLUS $25,000.00 



MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE BANK 

UNDER UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 

SUPERVISION 

INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 

SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT 



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